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Joint pain and swelling

Joint pain and swelling can affect any joint in the body, and is often accompanied by stiffness and aches. Read more to learn about joint pain and swelling.

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Hip pain

Hip pain is very common. Learn more about the signs, symptoms, treatments and self-care options and when to seek medical attention.

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Osteoarthritis symptoms

The symptoms of osteoarthritis can vary from one person to the next. Find out about osteoarthritis symptoms.

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Ross River virus

Ross River virus is carried by mosquitoes. Symptoms include fever, rash and joint pain - but most people recover in a few weeks. Learn more here.

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Barmah Forest virus

Barmah Forest virus is an illness transmitted by mosquitoes and found only in Australia. Read more about symptoms and treatment.

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Chikungunya virus

Chikungunya virus is a disease transmitted by infected mosquitoes. It's found mainly in Africa and Asia, so if you're travelling to these areas it's important to take precautions against being bitten.

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Bursitis

Bursitis is a condition where fluid-filled cushions called bursae, which protect areas where tendons cross bones and joints, become inflamed. Learn more here about the prevention and treatment of bursitis.

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Hepatitis B symptoms

Most people who have hepatitis B don't have symptoms when they are first infected. Learn about the symptoms you may encounter in the long term.

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Lupus treatment

Treatment for lupus is very individual and medicines are given depending on the severity of the disease and the organs involved.

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Mumps symptoms

Symptoms of mumps usually develop 14 to 25 days after a person is infected. Find out more about common symptoms.

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