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Learn about the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and how it’s diagnosed.Show Articles
What you need to know about living with this autoimmune disease.
The earlier you spot the signs and symptoms of RA, the sooner you can start treatment – and stop joint damage.
Your doctor will use blood tests and other methods to determine if you have RA.
Advances in rheumatoid arthritis treatments are making life easier for people with this autoimmune condition.
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.
Discover what researchers believe to be the causes of rheumatoid arthritis.Show Articles
Rheumatoid arthritis affects 1.5 million people in the U.S. Find out who is at risk.
Men are less likely to develop rheumatoid arthritis, and their experience with the disease differs from women in only a few key ways.
What does research say about the relationship between menopause and RA risk and severity?
A combination of genetic and environmental factors interact to cause this autoimmune condition.
Scientists seek to connect the dots between smoking and rheumatoid arthritis.
What direct-to-consumer genetic testing can --and can’t -- tell you about arthritis and your health.
Bacteria in the digestive system might predict who may develop RA, and help scientists develop novel therapies for the disease.
Understand the effects of RA on your joints and your whole body.Show Articles
RA is going to change the way you approach everyday activities, but key steps can keep your life active and fulfilling.
Learn tried and true methods to control these common RA symptoms.
Don’t let arthritis flares derail your day. Here are tips for coping with increased pain and other symptoms.
When medications aren't enough to control pain and joint damage, surgery can be an option.
In addition to joints, RA – and, sometimes, its treatments – can affect everything from organs to the circulatory and nervous systems.
Having rheumatoid arthritis can take an emotional – as well as physical toll. Here are tips for coping.
Find out about the treatment options are for RA and reaching the goal of remission.Show Articles
From simple analgesics to cutting-edge biologic treatments, a wealth of options is available to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
Choosing an RA treatment means understanding all the options, from mediations, to surgeries and even alternative therapies.
RA treatment requires frequent tests and check-ins with your doctor. Don’t skip these important milestones.
The ultimate goal of RA treatment is remission. And yes, it is possible.
Learn how managing your overall health can improve your RA symptoms as well.Show Articles
Learn how the medications that treat RA can affect you.
Yes you can – and should exercise with RA. Here’s how to get started.
Following a nutritious diet and adding foods that fight inflammation can help you better manage your RA.
Don’t let RA derail your day. Learn how to manage your time, ask for help when you need it and make the toughest chores a breeze.
Rheumatoid Arthritis News
Evidence is insufficient to remove the warning, but a current study may produce more answers.
A new study highlights the importance of early, aggressive treatment.
New guidelines advise flu and pneumonia shots even for those who take immune-suppressing meds.
Certain drugs can boost post-surgery infection risk in patients with inflammatory arthritis.
Dutch study finds patients fare better now than 20 years ago.
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