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Track + React Tool

Your Day-by-Day Arthritis Wellness Tool

Track + React Tool
  • Reveal which activities impact your arthritis
  • Makes tracking your health easy

Available online or for your iPhone, iPad or Android.

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Arthritis Today

How to reduce pain, find the right treatments and live better with arthritis. [Bi-weekly]

Fitness + Nutrition

Get weight-loss tips, arthritis-friendly recipes and ways to exercise safely. [Bi-weekly]

Mind, Body, Spirit

Find arthritis care tips, inspirational stories and Arthritis Foundation news. [Monthly]

Research Update

Discover advancements made by Arthritis Foundation-funded researchers. [Quarterly]

OA Insider

Beyond the basics of osteoarthritis: research, news and treatment. [Monthly]

RA Insider

Beyond the basics of rheumatoid arthritis: research, news and treatment. [Monthly]

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PREDICT YOUR JOINT PAIN YOUR LOCAL WEATHER

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Predict your joint pain level based on the local weather.

Daily Life With JA

Daily Life With <span>JA</span>

From school life, to taking medications to family concerns, here’s information on how to make living with JA easier.

Staying Active

Physical activity offers big benefits for kids with juvenile arthritis. Here’s how to get – and keep – your child active.

Healthy Eating

Symptoms can take a toll on your child’s appetite, but eating a balanced, nutritious diet will help manage JA’s effects.

Family Life

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.

Social & School Issues

Making friends and starting middle school and high school can be tough for kids with JA. Here’s how to help them succeed.

Educational Rights & Resources

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.

Growing Up

Help your child make the transition from kid with JA to young adult with JA.

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