Fashion reporter Christine Schwab, founder of “Christine’s Kids” on Facebook, taps into her knowledge from living with RA and working with JA kids in a new blog series on fashion for children, teens and young adults with juvenile arthritis. This first blog is for the little ones,
Katherine Macfarlane on explaining her rheumatoid arthritis to others when most “don’t have an idea what the hell it is”– and how “The Big RA Reveal” can be a litmus test for figuring out who is worth keeping around
Health psychologist Dr. Laurie on the different patterns of ‘stuckness’ that can make us feel that we’ll never get out of a dead end life, and how we can move on, even if with chronic illness
Musings, drawings, and the truth about RA.
Daniel P. Malito writes about his lifelong RA to entertain, teach, and above all, help.
A Page Full of Scribbles: Writer J.G. Chayko on the victories, defeats and day-to-day ridiculousness of life with arthritis.
TUESDAY, Feb. 10, 2015 (HealthDay News) — The mercury found in some seafood may be linked to autoimmune disorders among women of childbearing age, new research suggests. Click Here to read more
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is months away from approving the first biosimilar drugs, but a bill advanced by a legislative committee Monday would help Utah prepare for that day. House Health and Human Services Committee members signed off on HB 279, sponsored by Rep. Brad Dee, R-Washington Terrace. It now moves to the full House. Click Here to read more