Latest by Lene Andersen, MSW
Living with rheumatoid arthritis means not knowing how you'll feel tomorrow. Tracking your symptoms can help. Here's how to get started.
Can you reduce rheumatoid arthritis pain and inflammation by eating tart cherries or drinking tart cherry juice? The evidence says yes!
With precision medicine, it may eventually be possible to diagnose RA before any symptoms appear, and preventative treatments may be tailored to you.
If your current rheumatoid arthritis treatment isn’t working, maybe it’s time to consider one of these other options.
Immunosuppressive medications help control rheumatoid arthritis, but they put you at risk of infection. Learn how to boost your immune system while treating RA.
If you're a woman with rheumatoid arthritis, you may be at risk of other chronic conditions. Here's how you can protect your health.
Find out what chronic disease is costing American women — in finances and life — and what we can do to prevent it.
Rheumatoid arthritis medications can have a big impact on your sex life. Fortunately, modifying your treatment can likely help.
A rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis is not always straightforward. These are the tests and considerations you may need along your journey.