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If you’ve been experiencing persistent pain in your hands, you may be wondering if arthritis could be to blame. But which type of arthritis in your hands might be the issue? The answer isn’t always obvious. The two most common...
When you think of RA, you don’t usually think of pain in the back. But RA can affect certain parts of the spine.
Rheumatoid nodules are becoming less prevalent, but here’s what you need to know about what causes them and how to treat them.
It’s not surprising that you can feel arthritis in your feet: The disease predominantly affects your joints, and your foot contains more than 30 of them.
About 35 percent of patients who were ultimately diagnosed with lupus had this less-obvious symptom, compared with just 14 percent of people who didn’t go on to have lupus.
The sharp pain during a gout flare can usually help distinguish the two.
When two autoimmune conditions share similar symptoms — as lupus and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) do — diagnosing them can be challenging.
Pain isn’t just a symptom of osteoarthritis, but a cause of future joint damage.
Psoriatic arthritis is not just a different kind of rheumatoid arthritis.
When diagnosing and treating RA, blood tests aren’t everything.