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Rheumatoid Arthritis affects all aspects of your life, including your job. Deciding whether or not to "come out" about your RA in the workplace is a big challenge, but you should find some level of comfort in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Your employer does not have the legal right to inquire about your medical history, nor can they fire you because of your disability.

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See the accompanying comic!   One year after starting Enbrel, I’m doing pretty well, particularly these last six months.  The high heels have been back on, the late nights out with friends have been growing more numerous, and my yoga practice is starting to take shape again.  Even my metabolism has been showing signs of…

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V, Health Guide, commented on RA & Life Decisions: Is It Time To Quit… Hi, Mimi,   I agree with you.  We have a lovely on-line…

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Lene Andersen, Health Guide, answered I am currently on Short Term Disability… I believe you can. For more on this topic, see my post on SSD - it has…

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