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In recent years, a number of health forums and online patient communities have emerged. Within these platforms, patients exchange information about their experiences with chronic illness. These communities provide a space where patients can discuss and share their experiences on issues of concern to them....

The Osteoarthritis Foundation International (OAFI), the Spanish Osteoporosis Association (AECOSAR) and the Banco Farmacéutico, together with the Observatorio de la Pobreza Farmacéutica, signed an agreement last January establishing a joint working framework to curb pharmaceutical poverty in patients with osteoarthritis and/or osteoporosis.OAFI is the world's...

Diet is a key factor in the improvement of osteoarthritis, not only to achieve weight loss, but for the benefits it can have on our joint health. OAFI, always seeking to improve the quality of life and health of osteoarthritis patients, is committed to improving...

The TRIANKLE consortium –made up of 12 European organisations (one of them OAFI Foundation)–, will develop 3D bioprinted personalised scaffolds for tissue regeneration of ankle joints. The main objective of this project is to reduce the time of recovery down to 50% and increase the...

The practice of Tai Chi not only improves discomfort in people affected by arthritis, osteoarthritis or any other pathology that causes joint pain, but also helps prevent and delay the appearance of it in healthy people. Tai Chi is a combination of easy exercises to...