Latest by Lene Andersen, MSW
Genetics, gender and age, and environmental factors can all contribute to your risk of developing RA. While there isn’t a surefire way to predict if you’ll get RA, this new blood test might give you some insight.
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HealthCentral talks to "e-Patient Dave," an advocate who empowers people with medical conditions to become active in their healthcare.
New studies show that where you live and the environment in which you live - such as highly polluted areas - can be the reason why you have RA.
Learn more about how your oral health may trigger rheumatoid arthritis, and how RA can affect your teeth.
A HealthCentral contributor’s experience with depression due to living with multiple sclerosis. How she deals, and how you can, too.
Sometimes getting out of bed with severe rheumatoid arthritis can be exercise enough - so don’t be so hard on yourself.
Living with RA is like being pregnant: Other people will always have an opinion about how you live your life with your condition.
Just because you can walk, run, or have children with rheumatoid arthritis, doesn’t mean your experience isn't valid. Everyone with RA deserves support.