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Vasile Belea was separated from his son in Stockwell station when the tube doors closed on him before he could enter the train carriage

Vasile Belea went missing at Stockwell station

Vasile Belea: Romanian man missing in London after Tube doors separated him from his son

A 63-year-old Romanian man visiting his son for Christmas has been missing in London since the pair were separated by closing Tube doors.

Elderly South Africans 'rub condoms on their knees to ease arthritis pain'

Free condoms distributed to reduce the spread of HIV in South Africa are being used by the elderly in attempts to relieve arthritis, according to a government official.

Synthetic cannabis created to treat osteoarthritis pain

Scientists believe an artificial cannabis compound could help combat the pain

Withdrawn arthritis drug Vioxx. It is hoped that genetic discoveries might lead to discover new medicines for this and other complex diseases

'Faulty' DNA discovery could point to cure for arthritis

Scientists have identified DNA associated with an increased risk of rheumatoid arthritis, holding out hope of a new treatment or even a cure.

Police release disturbing footage of burglar caught stealing from pensioner’s home as she sleeps

Margaret Woodward, 68, given award for bravery after chasing thief from her home and ‘trying to break his kneecaps’

Eating broccoli could prevent the most common form of arthritis

A new study has found that eating broccoli could help prevent or slow the most common form of arthritis.

Two of the leading health bodies have clashed over draft guidelines that warn against dangers of using paracetamol to treat osteoarthritis

'No new evidence': Health bodies clash over draft guidelines that warn against dangers of using paracetamol to treat osteoarthritis

New advice from NICE claims that higher doses of paracetamol could lead to multiple adverse effects

AstraZeneca’s £93m headache as it dumps another new drug

Struggling AstraZeneca today faced yet another blow when it had to dump a new arthritis treatment because clinical trials showed patients were hit with side-effects including the common cold.

Ibuprofen is used by hundreds of thousands of arthritis sufferers in the UK

Study links common painkillers ibuprofen and diclofenac to increased risk of heart attack

Some of the most commonly used painkillers can increase long-term users' heart-attack risk by more than a third, an in-depth study into their side-effects has shown.

'I think I've killed Colin - he was getting on my nerves': Gran who smothered terminally ill former partner escapes jail term

Joyce Evans should not have been left to provide his 'arduous care', says judge

Reflexology may be as effective as painkillers, according to researchers at the University of Portsmouth

Use reflexology to complement drugs in pain treatment, survey findings suggest

Reflexology may be as effective as painkillers, according to a new scientific survey.

Violinist Richard 'Ric' Sandersof English folk band Fairport Convention perform live on stage

Fairport Convention, Union Chapel, London

"You look far too young for a Fairport Convention gig," bassist Dave Pegg informs us before admitting "We need an interval now as some of us require the restroom."

Eddie practises in his training pool

Eddie the basketball-playing otter fights arthritis one hoop at a time

Keepers at Oregon Zoo have come up with a novel way for an arthritic otter to improve the movements in his joints - basketball.

The so-called 'bedroom tax' will affect 660,000 social housing tenants

'We won't put up with this': Residents facing brunt of 'bedroom tax' will refuse to pay

The so-called 'bedroom tax' will affect 660,000 social housing tenants. In Leeds, Jonathan Brown finds that some of them are in fighting mood

Bobby Roberts who was convicted on three counts of causing unnecessary suffering to Anne the Asian elephant, and his wife Moira, who was cleared of all three charges

Circus owner found guilty over Anne the elephant's suffering

Circus owner Bobby Roberts was convicted today of behaving cruelly towards Anne the elephant.

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