Recent Arthritis News
Add your name to our letter to urge Governor Garcia Padilla of Puerto Rico to sign P C1952, which will increase accessibility to life-changing medications.
We need your help. Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey has yet to sign AB 2477, a piece of legislation that will increase accessibility to life-changing medications and potentially pass cost-savings on to patients.
Gov. Rauner of Illinois has yet to sign Senate Bill 455 – An Amendment to the Pharmacy Practice Act. Urge him to sign this bill by sending him an email now!
For many years, psoriatic arthritis (PsA) treatment was the poor little brother of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) therapeutics. The older brother would get new clothes and shoes almost every year, but the younger child would have to be content with hand-me-downs.
Like many 16-year-olds, Destinee Easley considers a perfect day to be one in which she gets to hang out with her friends, maybe spend some time dancing with them or in a Zumba class with her mother, Erica.
Colic, rashes, ear infections – as a new parent, health concerns for your children inevitably crop up.
Olympic Gold Medalist Jackie Joyner-Kersee Sets the Record Straight About Opioid-Induced Constipation
During my time as a world-class Olympic track and field athlete, I competed at the highest possible level over the course of a 20-year period – but a rigorous Olympic career can take a toll on one’s body.
Case study showed tofacitinib cleared up skin pigmentation loss in woman after just 2 months
REXBURG — It started in her back – paralyzing pain that sprang from seemingly nowhere.
On June 17, 2015 a Congressional committee voted to eliminate funding for the AHRQ, the only federal agency dedicated to patient-centered research.