There is no way to prevent rheumatoid arthritis.
The treatment of rheumatoid arthritis has improved dramatically in the past 50 years. A comprehensive approach that combines medications, rest balanced with exercise, lifestyle modifications, and sometimes surgery, can help many people to lead normal lives. The most important goals in treating rheumatoid arthritis are maintaining your ability to move and function, reducing pain, and preventing future joint damage. If these...Read more
It is very common for a woman with rheumatoid arthritis to suffer a disease flare within three months of the delivery of the baby. ... Read more »
I am often asked what treatment or combination of treatments should be used in rheumatoid arthritis. The honest answer is that there is,... Read more »
The pain, fatigue and limited mobility associated with RA affect all parts of a persons' life, especially the ability to work productively.... Read more »
There is no cure for rheumatoid arthritis, this almost goes without saying. However, there are a variety of medications which not only... Read more »
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Rheumatoid and psoriatic arthritis are among the most disabling forms of arthritis. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA), which affects 1 percent of the U.S.... Read more »