With precision medicine, it may eventually be possible to diagnose RA before any symptoms appear, and preventative treatments may be tailored to you.
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If your current rheumatoid arthritis treatment isn’t working, maybe it’s time to consider one of these other options.
You don’t have to travel to Spain to try this delicious Mediterranean dish, which can help with rheumatoid arthritis thanks to anti-inflammatory ingredients.
If rheumatoid arthritis pain makes it hard to get the exercise you need, try one of these RA exercises for every pain level.
It may seem impossible, but just as you trained your brain to walk, or drive a car, you can push past the pain of your rheumatoid arthritis.
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.
Taking methotrexate for rhematoid arthritis can cause folate deficiencies that lead to mouth sores, stomach problems, and other complications.
Vitamin D offers benefits to people living with rheumatoid arthritis. Find out how you can test your vitamin D levels to make sure you're getting enough.
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, make sure you're getting enough vitamin D through sunshine, supplements, and your diet.