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Your age, genetics, and even exposure to smoke at a young age can have an effect on whether you develop rheumatoid arthritis.
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.
Get tips for talking to your parents and grandparents about important health issues that occurred across the generations.
Does hearing your mother's or grandmother’s stories of living with RA encourage or discourage you in dealing with your own condition?
After I was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis, I wanted to get to the bottom of my mother's long history of chronic pain.