Exercising with chronic illness isn't easy. Five people with inflammatory arthritis share how they've made exercise work for them.
New study led by the Hospital for Special Surgery drives home the importance of the patient perspective in research, education, diagnosis, and care.
There’s a flood of long COVID research emerging, but there are still challenges ahead in determining causes and treatments for the condition.
New criteria from the American College of Rheumatology anticipated to increase the number of RA patients achieving remission.
From virtual reality to precise blood work, patients are discovering more ways than ever to manage their disease.
Two new studies explore the unique health journeys, perspectives, and needs of Spanish-speaking patients with RA.
Getting a diagnosis of seronegative rheumatoid arthritis brought feelings of relief and disbelief for patient and researcher Dr. Shilpa Venkatachalam.
Patient advocate Wigna Cruz shares her experience participating in an advisory board for Spanish-speaking patients with RA — and how it evolved into a flourishing support group.
How rheumatoid arthritis patient Vanessa Kerr overcame the challenges of limited access to care in a rural area.
For patient advocate Ashley Krivohlavek, collaborating in her health journey has led to fewer symptoms and greater quality of life.