Arthritis in certain parts of the body can make it more difficult to walk. Here’s how to deal with these changes in your gait and remain mobile.
Could the meds you take to manage your arthritis make you vulnerable to sunburn or other skin issues?
Vaccines are a critical part of your arthritis treatment plan. Don’t let common misconceptions get in the way of your care.
There’s tired and then there’s fatigue. Let’s not mistake the two.
Who says you have to suffer to be beautiful?
Faking your arthritis? Yeah, right. “If anything, we fake being well.”
People with arthritis share their best tips and tricks for getting through morning stiffness and pain and starting the day right.
For Arthritis Awareness Month, we asked the CreakyJoints community to share their ‘As Not Seen on TV’ moments — what daily life with arthritis is really like.
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.