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BMC Immunology | Abstract | Potential T cell epitopes of Mycobacterium tuberculosis that can instigate molecular mimicry against host: implications in autoimmune pathogenesis

biomedcentral.com — “Molecular mimicry between microbial antigens and host-proteins is one of the etiological enigmas for the occurrence of autoimmune diseases. T cells that recognize cross-reactive epitopes may trigger autoimmune reactions. Intriguingly, autoimmune diseases have been reported to be prevalent in tuberculosis endemic populations. Further, association of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M. tuberculosis) has been implicated in different autoimmune diseases, including rheumatoid arthritis and multiple scleroView full resource at biomedcentral.com

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Possible T cell autoimmune reactions during M. tuberculosis infections. Full text. http://t.co/GtbhgmP0

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I know broken finger has consequences. What are they?

healthtap.com — “Most fractures heal. The question is do they heal without deformity? When they involve a joint and are offset(displaced) they can lead to altered motion and arthritis.View full resource at healthtap.com

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Massage is promising for muscle recovery: Researchers find 10 minutes reduces inflammation

sciencedaily.com — “Researchers have discovered a brief 10-minute massage helps reduce inflammation in muscle. As a non-drug therapy, massage holds the potential to help not just bone-weary athletes but those with inflammation-related chronic conditions, such as arthritis or muscular dystrophy. While massage is well accepted as a therapy for relieving muscle tension and pain, the researchers delved deeper to find it also triggers biochemical sensors that can send inflammation-reducing signals to muscle cells.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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Massage is promising for muscle recovery: Researchers find 10 minutes reduces inflammation: http://t.co/LBtA4gqm via @AddThis

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Scientists discover specific immune system T cells that trigger destruction of type 1 diabetes

news-medical.net — “Researchers at the La Jolla Institute for Allergy & Immunology have proven - for the first time in human tissues -- the specific immune system T cells which trigger the destruction of type 1 diabetes in the pancreas. The finding is an important advance that verifies in humans several important disease characteristics shown in mouse studies and provides a key focal point for interrupting the disease process.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Scientists discover specific immune system T cells that trigger destruction of type 1 diabetes: Researchers at t... http://t.co/h7OoPHrp

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Crack Research: Does Knuckle Cracking Lead to Arthritis of the Fingers? | Dr. Stephanie Maj

drmaj.com — “Probably one of the most common questions I get as a Chiropractor is the knuckle cracking causing arthritis question. Scientific America has taken on this age old question very scientifically.View full resource at drmaj.com

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What Causes Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease to Trigger? | RA Education | Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior

rawarrior.com — “I never asked “why me?” when diagnosed with RA because it’s not my way of thinking. Yet people do ask me “HOW did this happen?”Asking “What...View full resource at rawarrior.com

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Titanium Debris From Artificial Joints May Trigger Painful Inflammation

medicalnewstoday.com — “Many people with painful, creaky knees and hips find relief after replacing their bad joints with new artificial joints made from titanium. But some of these people develop painful inflammation thView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Titanium Debris From Artificial Joints May Trigger Painful Inflammation http://t.co/1ZfKUoip #medicaldevices

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Twitter post by ConqueringArthritis (via Pixelpipe)

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Most Recently Shared on October 28, 2011 at 6:01 pm By:

Rheumatoid Barbara Allan Patient Expert

Food isn't the only arthritis trigger. Environmental chemicals can also cause inflammation. http:/… http://t.co/70t2JyzG

6 months ago...

Beneficial intestinal bacteria can activate immune cells and trigger MS

news-medical.net — “Multiple sclerosis is caused by a combination of genetic and environmental factors. For a long time, pathogens were believed to be such external influences. According to scientists from the Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology in Martinsried, however, it is apparently not harmful bacteria that trigger multiple sclerosis, but beneficial ones - specifically, the natural intestinal flora, which every human being needs for digestion.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Arthritis News: Beneficial intestinal bacteria can activate immune cells and trigger MS: Multiple sclerosis is c... http://t.co/OwuR5vE1

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Trigger finger - Physiopedia- the free resource for the physiotherapy and physical therapy profession.

physio-pedia.com — “Physiopedia is dedicated to improving global health by promoting the free dissemination of physiotherapy related knowledge across the globe.View full resource at physio-pedia.com

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FOX News - Top Stories - Top Stories - NYPD Sgt. Saves Own Life By Jamming Finger Into Trigger of Felon's Gun

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NYPD Sgt. Saves Own Life By Jamming Finger Into Trigger of Felon's Gun http://t.co/Kz7Q17gK on Fluent News

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Pyogenic granuloma in a finger of a rheumatoi... [Kobe J Med Sci. 2011] - PubMed - NCBI

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Pyogenic granuloma in a finger of a rheumatoid arthritis patient.: We report the patient of pyogenic granuloma i... http://t.co/7jU40Aus

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Conquering Arthritis: Could myofascial trigger point release help your arthritis too?

rheumatoidarthritistreatmentarthritis.blogspot.com — “Conquering Arthritis: Could myofascial trigger point release help your arthritis too?View full resource at rheumatoidarthritistreatmentarthritis.blogspot.com

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Most Recently Shared on September 12, 2011 at 6:36 am By:

Rheumatoid Barbara Allan Patient Expert

New Article: Could myofascial trigger point release help your arthritis too?: http://t.co/GHawFHX What do you think?

7 months ago...

Chondroitin sulfate eases stiffness caused by osteoarthritis: FACTS

nutraingredients-usa.com — “Daily supplements of chondroitin sulfate may ease pain associated with osteoarthritis in the hand and reduce stiffness in the morning, according to results of the Finger osteoArthritis Chondroitin Treatment Study (FACTS).View full resource at nutraingredients-usa.com

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Chondroitin sulfate eases stiffness caused by osteoarthritis: FACTS: Results published in the journal Arth... http://t.co/NgCffcN

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15 Surprising Facts About Rheumatoid Arthritis - rheumatoidarthritis - Health.com

health.com — “More research is needed to shed light on RA's exact causes, which are thought to be a combination of genes and environmental factors. However, here are some surprising facts about what is known about RA's history, triggers, and risk factors.View full resource at health.com

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A drink a day may keep RA away, and 14 other surprising facts about joint pain: http://t.co/JRUqKGl

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