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The number of people suffering from carpal tunnel syndrome is on the rise, with excessive use of smartphones and other electronic devices thought to be to blame.


A new study has shown how osteoarthritis develops following an injury to the knee, and could help predict the development of the condition.


Early studies have found that a simple procedure to remove scar tissue could help people who have continued lower back and leg pain following lumbar spine surgery.


Breaking a bone causes bone density losses throughout the body around the time of the fracture, not just close to the site of the fracture.