Autoimmune Diseases

 

For Autoimmune Disease Patients, Fatigue Isn't Just Another Word for Being Tired

September 13, 2020

Fatigue causes a complex array of problems for people with autoimmune disease.

Severity of Skin Symptoms Key Factor in the Quality of Life of People with Psoriatic Arthritis

September 08, 2020

Study of the quality of life of psoriatic arthritis patients reveals the added burden of skin symptoms.

FDA Updates: Ofatumumab for MS, More Data Needed for Filgotinib in RA, Hearing Set for ALKS 3831

August 23, 2020

FDA actions for the week ending August 21, 2020, include a hearing set for a drug that could limit weight gain often associated with treatment for serious mental illness.

Swedish Population Study Links Celiac Disease With Higher Risk of Psychiatric Disorders

August 18, 2020

Celiac disease was linked with a greater likelihood to be diagnosed with a mood disorder, ADHD, or an eating disorder.

Real-World Data: Psoriatic Arthritis Patients Stay on Cosentyx After Other Options Fail

August 10, 2020

A recent study found 64% of patients with psoriatic arthritis who had tried at least one biologic stayed with Cosentyx for the entire study period.

Researchers Believe KLK6 Protein May Play a Role in the Development of Psoriatic Arthritis

August 03, 2020

Preliminary findings by Case Western researchers point to kallikrein-related peptidase 6 as possible culprit in the development of psoriatic arthritis.

New Drugs Take Aim at Autoimmune Diseases

July 31, 2020

Potential agents to battle inflammation and other processes move through development pipeline.

The Latest Autoimmune Disease Treatment Advances

July 11, 2019

A look at recent developments in treatment and the cost implications of various autoimmune diseases.

Food-Especially Gluten-Can Trigger Autoimmune Diseases

February 01, 2019

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.

Common Gut Bacteria Linked to Autoimmune Diseases

February 01, 2019

Protein produced by common gut bacteria may trigger the onset of autoimmune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, and ulcerative colitis.