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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.
Is a 0-10 Pain Scale Really the Best Way to Convey Your Pain? That’s the question we posed in our July 2018 monthly poll to participants in ArthritisPower®, our patient-centered research registry for joint, bone, and inflammatory skin conditions. More...
Does having a chronic disease make you feel dependent on others? That’s the question we posed in our June 2018 monthly poll to participants in ArthritisPower®, our patient-centered research registry for joint, bone, and inflammatory skin conditions. Of the 1,017...
Check out these eye-opening research findings.
People with gout, a type of inflammatory arthritis, are also at a higher risk to require knee or hip replacement down the road. That’s the case both before and following gout diagnosis, according to a population-based study published in the...
It’s known that children are more contagious than adults and that obesity plays a role in flu severity. New research, published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, indicates obesity is also a factor in the length of time that flu...
In a recent study conducted by our research team, we were surprised to find that only one-third of people with high disease activity were offered adjustments to their treatment.