When Traci Martin decided to row 8,600 miles solo, her rheumatoid arthritis was the least of her worries.
"I'm still working, and thats a blessing."
An RA diagnosis taught Anna Legassie to accept things she couldn't change—and fight like hell for everything else.
Why the words we use to describe our life with chronic illness matter
In medspeak, brain fog is called cognitive impairment, and it can be way more disruptive than you realize.
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HealthCentral's patient advocate Lene Andersen shares what it means to live a #NoLimits life with rheumatoid arthritis.
With the right attitude and medication, there are #NoLimits to success for athletes living with RA.