A look at recent developments in treatment and the cost implications of various autoimmune diseases.
The food people eat and the toxins they are exposed to on a daily basis are two of the biggest contributors to the likelihood of developing an autoimmune disease, according to many health experts.
Protein produced by common gut bacteria may trigger the onset of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and ulcerative colitis.
Although it’s still unknown what the mechanisms are that contribute to MS-related fatigue, certain dietary approaches can help treat it.
A Yale University study has revealing findings about how diet impacts patients with lupus.
A new Chinese study highlights a potential cell therapy strategy for autoimmune diseases in a clinic setting.
A new study theorizes organs affected by autoimmune disease suppress immune cells using methods similar to those used by cancer cells to evade detection.
Results of 20-year cohort study reveal that women with history of this serious medical illness are more vulnerable to lupus.
New research has revealed that this approach could aid in the treatment of autoimmune diseases, as well as help with diabetes, chronic pain and numerous other conditions.
A new Swedish study examined gender differences in rheumatism and other autoimmune diseases. Here are the surprising findings.