News Archives

  • Healio

    April 19th, 2019

    Dietary Omega-3 Fatty Acids Linked to Lower Risk of Recurrent Gout Flare — quotes Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology

  • MedPage Today

    March 28th, 2019

    Fatty Fish Versus Gout: A Potential Winner — mentions Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology

  • Gulf War Veterans “Aging” Faster

    Veterans of the Gulf War Operation Desert Storm marching in the 2018 National Memorial Day Parade in Washington DC.

    March 18th, 2019

    Chemical exposures from Gulf War deployment associated with higher rates and earlier onset of chronic medical conditions.

  • Medscape

    February 8th, 2019

    Questions Linger about Steroid Injections and Knee Arthritis — quotes David Felson, professor of epidemiology

  • Becoming More Sensitive to Pain Increases Risk of Knee Pain Not Going Away

    November 5th, 2018

    Women, people of color, and those over 65 years old are more likely to have pain sensitization, increasing risk of persistent knee pain from osteoarthritis.

  • Medical Xpress

    November 2nd, 2018

    Becoming More Sensitive to Pain Increases the Risk of Knee Pain Not Going Away — quotes Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology

  • WebMD

    October 9th, 2018

    Study: No Link Between Gout Drug, Kidney Disease — quotes Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology; and references study co-authored by alumni Christine Peloquin and Yuqing Zhang

  • HealthDay

    October 9th, 2018

    Study Sees No Link Between Gout Drug, Kidney Disease — quotes Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology; and references study co-authored by alumni Christine Peloquin and Yuqing Zhang

  • UPI

    October 9th, 2018

    No Link Found between Gout Drug, Kidney Disease — quotes Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology; and references study co-authored by alumni Christine Peloquin and Yuqing Zhang

  • Deutsches Ärzteblatt

    October 9th, 2018

    Studien: Sind NSAID und Allopurinol weniger gefährlich als angenommen? — quotes Tuhina Neogi, professor of epidemiology; and references study co-authored by alumni Christine Peloquin and Yuqing Zhang