Come Fly with Me: Arthritis air travel tips to make the going easier

CreakyJoints Blogger Christine Schwab, a rheumatoid arthritis patient and seasoned traveler, with ways to make air travel more RA and JA friendly

THE ONE-MINUTE GIFT: 60 seconds to make a difference in RA and JA lives

Author and Advocate Christine Schwab on how taking 60 seconds to call, email or text your legislator can make a difference in RA and JA lives

Secrets vs. Shouting: To tell or not to tell that you have juvenile arthritis

Kids’ advocate Christine Schwab, who kept her RA a secret for years, wants teens to know it’s okay to keep your JA a secret if it works for you—but one day she hopes you’ll join her in shouting it out to the world

For the young adult with RA dressing to impress: Christine Schwab’s Style Tips

Swollen feet, inflamed knees—young men and women with RA often have a harder time in dressing. Fashion expert and RA patient Christine Schwab on how you can still be stylish and pulled together for that job or school interview

JA SUPERHERO STYLE FOR TEENS with fashion expert Christine Schwab

Fashion reporter Christine Schwab, the founder of “Christine’s Kids” on Facebook who also battles RA, provides tips to keep teens stylish and feeling better in Part 2 of her blog series on fashion for JA kids

JA SUPERHERO SRING STYLE with fashion expert Christine Schwab

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,

Pathways of an RA Life: From a big secret to can’t keep quiet about arthritis

For 20 years TV personality Christine Schwab kept her RA a secret—now she is all about arthritis awareness, especially for kids

The Gentle Bulldog: How to get what you need as an RA patient or JA parent

Christine Schwab with tips from those in the know on getting medications and good care for you or your child

Arthritis Speed Talking: An under-a -minute explanation of the 3 major kinds of arthritis

Applying the rules of talking shorthand on television to describing rheumatoid arthritis vs osteoarthritis vs juvenile arthritis so the public gets it

Fear: The other side of Juvenile Arthritis

It’s okay to be afraid but don’t let fear stand in the way of trying new treatments and medications