All about rheumatoid arthritis (RA), including symptoms, traditional and complementary treatments, management, lifestyle tips like recipes for inflammation, and inspirational stories of living with RA.
"I'm healthier today than I was before I was diagnosed with RA."
"You just have to keep living your life."
"Once you've lived with pain, you're so much more appreciative for the good days."
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Are you a reluctant member of the RA Insomnia Club? Here’s how to revoke that membership, pronto, and finally get some solid shuteye.
Up to 80 percent of people with RA have neck pain. Find out which symptoms you should not ignore.
‘Spoon theory’ can help you edge out pain and fatigue to get through today without the inevitable flare tomorrow.
It’s difficult to harness the feel-good effects of sex when rheumatoid arthritis is in the room. We’ve got some strategies for getting in the mood and finding the pleasure that can trump your pain.
These five habits can help you live the life you want after diagnosis
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, you have a strong chance of developing interstitial lung disease. That’s right, your joint condition can actually have a big impact on how you breathe. Here, the symptoms to watch for—and five ways to reduce your risk.
New research suggests that people who have inflammatory bowel disease or diabetes may have a higher risk of rheumatoid arthritis. Find out what we know about the connection so far, and what you can do to lower your odds of developing RA.
These meditation tips will help you stick with your practice and cope with your rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, too.
There’s definitely a connection between vitamin D levels and rheumatoid arthritis. Find out what the research says, and what it means for you.
When your body's in pain, how do you move forward? Find expert advice and use the collective wisdom of fellow RA patients and caregivers to live with greater ease at home, work, and beyond.
Can you guess which world record this mom with RA broke? Find even more stories of men and women staying active with rheumatoid arthritis, from the dance studio to the shores of the Great Lakes.