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A device that gives small electrical stimulations to the brain could eliminate the need for RA medications in some people, but will it take the disease away entirely? A rheumatology expert weighs in on vagus nerve stimulation.
A good night’s sleep is great for your RA, but that long period of inactivity can mean waking with stiff, sluggish-to-move joints. Try these tricks for easing morning stiffness, giving you a jump start to your day.
DMARD drugs can help slow down rheumatoid arthritis, and in ideal cases, even bring about remission. Here's how they work.
Learn how to protect yourself from little-known rheumatoid arthritis complications like lung, heart, bone, and eye disease.
Managing weight gain is especially challenging when living with psoriatic arthritis. Here are seven practical tips, including recognizing triggers, trying low-impact exercises, and getting support.
If your current rheumatoid arthritis treatment isn’t working, maybe it’s time to consider one of these other options.
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.
Rheumatoid arthritis medications can have a big impact on your sex life. Fortunately, modifying your treatment can likely help.
For some people with low RA disease activity, the antibiotic minocycline may help. Here's what you should know about whether it could work for you.