- News & Features
If the war seems difficult for the majority of us, it can be overwhelming for the youngest of us who suffer from juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).
"By telling our personal stories about living with arthritis, we can help ensure that elected officials make wise decisions about legislation that makes medications and treatments accessible"
A popular cough medication company recently released a "study" stating that 1 in 5 Americans exaggerate illness for sympathy. How does this impact those who are struggling to gain acceptance for their real and deliberating chronic disease? Our patient advocate Joe weighs in.
"The war on RA rages all around. The outcome is uncertain, but things seem to be at a stalemate."
CreakyJoints is holding a three-day summit in Chicago, where the ArthritisPower Patient Governors and the CJ Patient Council will convene.
In an op-ed for the Daily News, Danielle Yevsa wrote about her experience with an insurer's step-therapy/fail first practices.
The designer's latest collection for his brand, Tumbler and Tipsy, was directly inspired by his own experience as an RA patient.
A look at the struggle patients face when dealing with insurance companies that deny coverage of vital, lifesaving medications which help manage chronic disease and pain.
Patient Advocate Joni’s voice made a difference: House Bill 1366 in Missouri passed!
Last week, fellow patients from more than two dozen U.S. states co-signed a letter with me to welcome the newly appointed (and confirmed!) Commissioner of the Food & Drug Administration (FDA).
It’s easy to poke fun at a community that is invisible. We saw the backlash after the opioid induced constipation ad aired bowl during Super 50. The chronic disease community become the punchline for comedians and also an easy way for politicians to score quick political points.