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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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Predict your joint pain level based on the local weather.


What You Need to Know About RA

What You Need to Know About RA

Learn about the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and how it’s diagnosed.

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Early Signs & Symptoms

The earlier you spot the signs and symptoms of RA, the sooner you can start treatment – and stop joint damage.

How RA Is Diagnosed

Your doctor will use blood tests and other methods to determine if you have RA.

RA: Then & Now

Advances in rheumatoid arthritis treatments are making life easier for people with this autoimmune condition.

Slideshow: 10 Things to Know About RA

What is RA – and how will having it affect your life? Learn about the disease, find out why early treatment is best and get tips for managing common symptoms.

Who Gets RA and Why

Who Gets RA and Why

Discover what researchers believe to be the causes of rheumatoid arthritis.

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Who Gets RA?

Rheumatoid arthritis affects 1.5 million people in the U.S. Find out who is at risk.

Gender Differences in RA

Men are less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis, and their experience with the disease differs from women in only a few key ways.

Having RA: What to Expect

Having RA: What to Expect

Understand the effects of RA on your joints and your whole body.

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Pain & Fatigue

Learn tried and true methods to control these common RA symptoms.

Effects on Body & Health

In addition to joints, RA – and, sometimes, its treatments – can affect everything from organs to the circulatory and nervous systems.

Life Changes

Having rheumatoid arthritis can take an emotional – as well as physical toll. Here are tips for coping.

RA Treatment Plan

RA Treatment Plan

Find out about the treatment options are for RA and reaching the goal of remission.

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Medications Overview

From simple analgesics to cutting-edge biologic treatments, a wealth of options is available to treat rheumatoid arthritis.

Treatment Choices

Choosing an RA treatment means understanding all the options, from mediations, to surgeries and even alternative therapies.

Ongoing Medical Care

RA treatment requires frequent tests and check-ins with your doctor. Don’t skip these important milestones.

Remission

The ultimate goal of RA treatment is remission. And yes, it is possible.

Daily Life With RA

Daily Life With RA

Learn how managing your overall health can improve your RA symptoms as well.

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Staying Active

Yes you can – and should exercise with RA. Here’s how to get started.

Nutrition

Following a nutritious diet and adding foods that fight inflammation can help you better manage your RA.

Rheumatoid Arthritis News

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