Scientists are now testing in animals the use of cartilage developed through stem cells that could potentially replace hip implants and prevent surgery.
Obese adults who have knee osteoarthritis can slow down their cartilage degeneration if they lose a lot of weight, a new study says.
In a new study, a team of researchers discovered that even though arthroscopic knee surgery is performed for degenerative meniscus tears, the procedure might not have any beneficial effects for these middle-aged and older patients with mild or no osteoarthritis.
Researchers report that broccoli might be able to slow down or prevent arthritis.
Researchers from Spain are optimistic that they can create a working human heart within the next 5 years.
Researchers found a relationship between the genes linked to obesity and aging, and the development of osteoarthritis.