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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]
Discover advancements made by Arthritis Foundation-funded researchers. [Quarterly]
Beyond the basics of osteoarthritis: research, news and treatment. [Monthly]
Beyond the basics of rheumatoid arthritis: research, news and treatment. [Monthly]
Read the stories of these artists who express themselves and their struggles through art.
Learn how Miami's Shelly Baer transformed her disability into a platform for helping others - and is changing how we view disability.
Best-selling author Haywood Smith turns tough times into humorous tales.
An award-winning writer finds inspiration in osteoarthritis.
A composer with fibromyalgia scores relief with her musical compositions.
Persistent and positive, an artist shows how great life can be - despite juvenile arthritis.
Writing poetry helps her cope with juvenile arthritis.
A standing ovation meant her wheelchair days were over.
An arthritis flare leads to a career helping others.
Rheumatoid arthritis nearly ruined jazz artist Chantal Chamberland’s career. Today she’s performing pain-free.
A woman with RA proves she doesn’t need to walk well to travel on her own.
Faced with failing health and a kidney transplant due to lupus, Jessica Goldman, known as “Sodium Girl” on the web, took control of her health with positive results.
Beach walking helps nurture the mind and body of one woman with rheumatoid arthritis and fibromyalgia.
E Street Band saxophonist, Clarence Clemons had multiple joint replacements.
After having her knuckle joints replaced, a boxing writer finds common ground with her subjects.
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