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Osteoarthritis patients, compared to the general public, experience depressive symptoms at a rate of 20 percent, writes journalist Carina Stanton in the newsmagazine The Rheumatologist.
Men who work in bricklaying, concrete, material handling, and electronics, and women who are nursing assistants and attendants may be at higher risk for rheumatoid arthritis, per a recent study in Arthritis Care & Research.
The question when the first biologic doesn’t work is: What next?
Tips to cope when a flare is determined to set you back.
When pain, new symptoms, anxiety and more, coupled with your existing diseases cause you to reach out beyond yourself for help.
A CJ blogger feels lucky about catching her rheumatoid arthritis early but starts to fear what RA progression is doing to her body.
Our unexpected advocate exposes the vicious cycle of depression.
Cj Unexpected Advocate shares a recent revelation and tells the world how she is fighting back against arthritis.
Titanium Triathlete explores the vulnerability that comes with visibility and grapples with what it means to be seen as a "sick girl".
Have you noticed the backlash across the country after the Super Bowl advertisements for opioid induced constipation (OIC)? buckle in as this may be a rough ride for a while, but let’s remember we will make it through as a community. After all what choice do we have? Remember we are all in this together. We have always had each other’s back and sticking together is better than being picked apart.