Eileen Davidson, 33, knows it’s not easy for others to understand what it’s like to live with rheumatoid arthritis. Here’s how she attempts to describe it.
The everyday choices you make — like how active you are and how you handle stress and fatigue — affect your joints. Here’s how to make sure you might not unknowingly be making things worse.
Applying for an accessible parking placard is a practical as well as emotional decision.
Ever wish a podiatrist could take you shoe shopping? This is a close second.
Painsomnia is real, but this advice can help you start sleeping well again.
The excruciating pain and swelling during a gout flare is pretty hard to ignore.
Some people want to get away from brutal winters; for others, high humidity is the enemy. Here’s what science and arthritis patients themselves say about how weather may impact disease.
If you’ve never made yourself a ‘hot pocket’ with two heated blankets, you’re missing out.
Here’s how to handle these increases in AS disease activity.
You’ve probably heard that moderate drinkers have a lower risk of certain health problems, including heart disease and Alzheimer’s. Studies have similarly suggested that a few drinks a week might cut your chances of developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and that...
Physical therapy can be an important part of treatment for many people with arthritis. Here’s the advice PTs wish they could give everyone.