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There’s a blood test for rheumatoid arthritis that you can take in the comfort of your own home, but is the diagnosis reliable? Here’s how it works and why you may still want to see your doctor.
You are the expert on how you feel. Help your doctor find the best treatment options for your RA by speaking up for yourself in the exam room.
Finding a good rheumatologist is like dating: You may have to try a few before finding 'the one.'
It takes practice but knowing how to advocate for yourself will help you feel confident and safe in the treatments you receive.
A new treatment style called treat-to-target tailors your rheumatoid arthritis care plan to your symptoms. Here's how it works.
Treating rheumatoid arthritis doesn’t begin and stop with a rheumatologist. A pain specialist is also an important part of your care team.
Combined Dermatology-Rheumatology clinics are popping up across the U.S. to treat psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis. Learn why a collaborative approach is best.
With precision medicine, it may eventually be possible to diagnose RA before any symptoms appear, and preventative treatments may be tailored to you.
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.
When you live with rheumatoid arthritis, you spend a lot of time at the doctor’s office. Here's how to make sure yours can accommodate your RA needs.