Smoking, physical activity, healthy eating, moderate or low alcohol intake, and healthy weight: Now experts have calculated just how much these habits might impact the risk of developing RA.
Living with RA can take a toll on work productivity, but the condition may begin interfering with your job even before you’re diagnosed.
Foot problems are common in rheumatoid arthritis. Here’s what you can do about it.
How well you can make a fist or squeeze someone else’s hands could reveal a lot about your own health.
Getting diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis isn’t always straightforward. These other diseases can present similarly to RA and cause a delay in diagnosis.
Flu and pneumonia vaccines are a must.
Here’s why the disease progresses, what to expect, and how to stop it.
These stubborn myths aren’t just annoying to patients who know better; they are risky to believe for people who are just starting to learn more about their disease.
Rheumatologists and other doctors share some surprising facts and clinical observations they wish all their RA patients understood.
RA patients might find these phrases offensive, judgmental, or dismissive. Here's what you're better off steering clear of saying.