It hurts when you lie down; it hurts when you sit; it hurts when you even think about moving. Is it connected to your RA — and what can you do to cope?
Three main sources of Vitamin D, including two delicious recipes that include good amounts of the vitamin that can help to lessen your disease activity.
When an RA factor comes back positive, and then years later comes back negative – does that mean you’re in remission? We had a senior staff rheumatologist from Henry Ford Health Systems weigh in.
Swimming can be a great way to move, but if you’re not a swimmer, there are other ways to move in water. Water walking, water aerobics, hot tub stretching, and other forms of aquatic exercise can reduce pain in your joints and help you strengthen you...
While immunosuppressants like Methotrexate and biologics are helping to suppress your RA, your body becomes vulnerable to colds, and then you’re limited on what to take because of how medicine affects immunosuppressants. What’s a person with a cold (...
One of our RA writers went on the Whole30 diet and shares all about how it affected his RA. Hint: it helped.
Gene therapy is on the horizon for cancer patients, so researchers are testing to see if it will work for RA, too. The treatment would aim to eliminate pain in specific areas of your joints, like your hands, wrists, and more.
If you feel ‘okay,’ it’s easy to avoid going to your rheumatologist — especially when you’re afraid of what they might say. Here’s why you should pull up your bootstraps and go.
If you’re looking for ways to control the inflammation that has taken over your body from RA, diet may be at the top of the list.
Caring for a newborn is no easy feat in any situation, but when you have RA, it can be downright daunting. Moms who have RA speak candidly — and tell you it is possible.