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Learn about the different types of juvenile arthritis and how it’s diagnosed.
There are many different types of juvenile arthritis. Get the facts about the type of JA your child has.
Learn more about the other arthritis-related conditions that affect children.
Early signals that your child’s symptoms may be caused by a juvenile rheumatic disease.
What do the lab tests your child’s doctor orders mean?
Discover what researchers believe to be the causes of juvenile arthritis.
The cause of juvenile arthritis may still be unknown, but there are clues, researchers say.
Is juvenile arthritis genetic? Researchers study possible connections between family and JIA.
Understand the effects of JA on your joints and your whole body.
How to help ease the pain when your child experiences a flare.
Find out how you can help your child battle arthritis-related fatigue.
Help your child – and yourself – cope with the ups and downs of a juvenile arthritis diagnosis.
Tips and techniques for helping your child manage juvenile arthritis pain.
JA is a systemic condition. It can affect joints as well as other body parts, especially the eyes.
Find out about the treatment options are for JA and reaching the goal of remission.
Treatment approaches may vary for disease type and severity, but the ultimate goal is always the same: remission.
Many different health care professionals may provide care for your child with arthritis.
Early, aggressive treatment of juvenile arthritis may lead to remission.
Physical therapy and occupational therapy can help manage your child's arthritis.
Maintaining detailed medical records at home can improve your child’s well-being.
Get tips to help you navigate medications, family life, school issues and more.
Tips for helping your child take JA medications as prescribed.
Physical activity offers big benefits for kids with juvenile arthritis. Here’s how to get – and keep – your child active.
Symptoms can take a toll on your child’s appetite, but eating a balanced, nutritious diet will help manage JA’s effects.
When a child has JA, it’s easy for other siblings to feel left out or for parents to neglect their own needs. Learn how to avoid those traps.
Making friends and starting middle school and high school can be tough for kids with JA. Here’s how to help them succeed.
Kids with JA have a right to certain accommodations at school. Learn how to make a 504 plan – and how to discuss it with teachers.
Help your child make the transition from kid with JA to young adult with JA.
Juvenile Arthritis News
Rasuvo, a prefilled syringe, may make injection easier.
Anakinra shows promise for children with the most serious form of juvenile arthritis.
New guidelines advise flu and pneumonia shots even for those who take immune-suppressing meds.