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We cut the 'med speak' and get right to the point. Biologics have the ability to bring about remission. Here's how they work and what's likely to happen when you're on them.
Here's what to expect when you start taking a biologic drug for RA—straight from other people who take them and some medical experts, too.
It’ll take time, and maybe trial and error, but rest assured. Others have gone the biologic route for their rheumatoid arthritis before you, and they want you to know it’s worth it.
More and more doctors are recommending food and dietary supplements to help treat chronic diseases like RA. See which natural treatments might be right for you.
Up to 80 percent of people with RA have neck pain. Find out which symptoms you should not ignore.
There’s definitely a connection between vitamin D levels and rheumatoid arthritis. Find out what the research says, and what it means for you.
CBD oil comes from the cannabis plant, and it's an increasingly popular alternative treatment for people with chronic pain from RA.
Our RA may not be going anywhere soon, but it doesn't have toown us. Here are some practical ways to keep your RA in check so it doesn’t control your life.
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.
Finding a good rheumatologist is like dating: You may have to try a few before finding 'the one.'