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Two RA flare days in a row, but instead of being a permanent turd face, all rotten and bitter, Julie Mills chooses to learn, grow, and overcome
Seth on why none of us is as strong as all of us, and what we can do together with family, friends and neighbors.
A poem by guest blogger and advocate, Brenda. Written June 3, 2012.
Ms. Meniscus advises a woman on how to win over a friend who may be too focused on helping her clean.
Seth reflects on his trip to Rio to speak at a regional conference for 200 rheumatologists.
This week, Daniel talks about something all of us dread — flare-ups. He gives us some insight into living with the possibility of a disease downturn always hanging over his head, and the stress that it causes. To find out just what having an impending flare is like, check this week's column out.
Seth takes some handy advice from a dentist and wonders if it holds true for the rheumatologist.
Taylor heads down the homestretch of her first college semester.
Kristin seeks happiness in life -- keeping arthritis in check.
Dr. Laurie describes how we scare ourselves into inaction.