How well do you understand this chronic condition?
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The word “arthritis” means joint inflammation (derived from “arth,” which in Greek means joint, and “itis,” meaning inflammation).
People with rheumatoid arthritis often turn to alternative treatments when conventional medications aren't working, but is there any evidence that they work?
The cause of rheumatoid arthritis is unknown, but we do know what factors can increase your risk of developing RA.
With rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation is your body's natural immune response gone awry. Here's how you can recognize it.