The COVID-19 pandemic has uniquely affected people with arthritis and related health conditions. This webinar aims to help people living with these conditions make better informed decisions to manage their disease during the COVID-19 pandemic.
I was exhausted but couldn’t get a decent night’s sleep, I couldn't concentrate, and I felt like I could cry at any moment, like one of those weeping baby dolls from the seventies.
These medications are often called “immunosuppressive” but some research suggests they may actually be protective against COVID-19. Here’s what the latest research says.
Data reveals Americans have been avoiding both routine and emergency care during the pandemic, but researchers urge Americans to get the medical treatment they need.
As in-person classes and hybrid models have resumed in many school districts across the U.S., up to half of school employees are at risk for COVID-19 complications.
In a reversal of controversial guidance issued last month, the CDC now states that people without symptoms should still be tested if they’ve been exposed.
Could going out to eat at your favorite restaurants be raising your risk of COVID-19? New Data from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests there’s a link.
This year, the flu vaccine is more important than ever. Here’s what you need to know about getting vaccinated safely when you have inflammatory arthritis like rheumatoid arthritis, psoriatic arthritis, or axial spondyloarthritis.
So now that COVID-19 is in my building, what has been done? Not much.
'Between my chronic illnesses, COVID-19, and fires burning all around me in Sacramento, I feel trapped.'