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If the war seems difficult for the majority of us, it can be overwhelming for the youngest of us who suffer from juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA).
Dan writes that, in the fundraising world, arthritis often finds itself the outcast.
Kirsten Walters has type of Rheumatoid Arthritis that I have is called Systemic Onset JRA, or Still's Disease.
Tina Tarbox shares her experiences growing up with RA.
This week, Dan takes a look at some of the more common pitfalls when it comes to socializing while living with chronic illness. Friendships and relationships are hard enough but when you throw a devastating ailment into the mix, there is bound to be some serious chafing. Daniel tells us what to avoid, and helps to make sure you don't make the same mistakes he did.
If you have ever watched those commercials on television for arthritis medicine and remarked how inaccurate they are, then this week's column is for you. If you cringe every time you see someone playing sports in an advertisement for a Rheumatoid Arthritis treatment, don't worry you're not alone. Dan takes a look at how television is playing a part in perpetuating the myths and stereotypes that haunt those of us who suffer from RA and similar diseases.
With beach views from her dorm room, Taylor settles back into the daily grind of college. If you can call it that.
Taylor reflects on a successful first semester.
Taylor heads down the homestretch of her first college semester.