Fatigue is one of the most invisible and misunderstood parts of managing arthritis.
Traveling can be a lot harder when you have chronic pain, fatigue, and a boatload of medication. Here’s what can help.
We know it’s hard for others without arthritis to ‘get it.’ Here’s what can help.
We know getting quality, restorative sleep is hard when you have chronic pain from arthritis. Here’s what a rheumatologist says you can do about it.
Many arthritis patients use diet changes to help manage their symptoms. Here’s what to know before you do too.
Think you shouldn’t exercise because it could make your arthritis symptoms worse? Most of the time, that’s just not the case.
There’s so much misunderstanding and confusion about vaccines, especially if you’re immune-compromised because of inflammatory arthritis. But this statistic is encouraging.
Arthritis and depression commonly occur together, but a critical conversation about mental health isn’t happening at doctor visits.
Psoriatic arthritis can affect your work life and personal relationships in many different and surprising ways, new research shows.
Everyone’s been in situations where complaining falls on deaf ears or seems to make you feel worse. But venting about pain the right way can make all the difference.
If you’ve had a heart attack or a stroke, or if you have diabetes or other heart disease risk factors, chances are pretty good that your doctor has prescribed a low (100 milligram) daily dose of aspirin to lower your...