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Underlying bone damage from gout can occur even if you’re not currently in pain.
And it starts with inflammation in the brain.
Losing weight and exercising more are key to managing both diseases.
Starting on November 1st, the Open Enrollment period is the time for everyone to start thinking about health coverage for 2018.
If you’re only taking calcium and vitamin D to support your skeleton, you might be missing out.
Premenopausal women have a high risk of thinning bones if they have rheumatoid arthritis. You should ask about getting tested for osteoporosis if you have RA.
Lowering inflammation levels may help treat your arthritis symptoms *and* lift your mood.
The arthritis itself wasn't what was fatal. These co-occurring diseases were the likely culprit.
Here’s a look at how arthritis care can vary dramatically across America.
People with chronic physical conditions are more likely to have mental health problems, and vice versa. But it turns out that there's an especially close link between arthritis and depression.
Having multiple co-occurring diseases, such as diabetes or depression, may make your psoriasis harder to manage.