Rheumatoid arthritis affects more than joints; it can affect body organs, mental health, energy levels, and a person’s overall quality of life. It is important for a person living with RA to treat the disease and to stay as strong, flexible, and active as possible. That’s not always easy to do and oftentimes we’re on our... Read more
I am sitting on my front porch drinking my first cup of coffee this morning. The air is fresh with a slight chill. Nothing like drinking hot, steaming coffee on a beautiful fall morning.
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An expert advisory panel for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently recommended that testosterone medications be restricted to men who have low testosterone levels due to injury or illness. Their... Read more
Have you considered the role that stress plays in your life with RA? Through my own journey with RA, I learned that stress had a starring role - it was an unlikeable lead character. Are you ready to move stress off center stage?
How much time do you spend immersed in negative thoughts and emotions? It's pretty easy to slip... Read more
There are several myths regarding RA that help lead to the stigma surrounding the disease.
Myth: Arthritis is just aches and pains.
When people hear the word arthritis, they often think simply of aches and pains. Usually, they don’t... Read more