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Knowing the factors that contribute to RA risk can help you mitigate them.
No, osteoarthritis is not a normal part of aging, cracking your knuckles doesn’t cause it, and other falsehoods about this most common type of arthritis we set straight.
As for whether or not genes play a part in rheumatoid arthritis, the answer is: yes and no.
Vague symptoms can make this autoimmune disease challenging to diagnose.
Staying informed about triggers and treatments can keep Crohn’s disease symptoms and long-term complications to a minimum.
Repeat after us: Psoriasis is *not* contagious.
Redness, pain, and light sensitivity are the main symptoms you need to be aware of.
First of all, don't confuse it for IBS or Crohn's disease.
A brief discussion by Jonathan Krant, MD, GHLF and CreakyJoints Chief Medical Director Dr. Krant is a board-certified rheumatologist with 20 years clinical experience running an academic service. Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis (OA, DJD) is a broadly-defined condition brought about by loss...