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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.
Performing on stage made J. G feel invincible until RA swept in and cast her into a new role...
Gina is a patient with passions, like hockey and staying active. Read how she manages to work with her disease, not against it.
Tips to cope when a flare is determined to set you back.
When you’re sick, sometimes you really need to talk. You need support. A kind ear, a shoulder to cry on, figurative or literal. But you don't always get it.
You have given me hope when I had none and you have loved me when I was unlovable...
RA may have changed the WAY I can do things...but I CAN still do FUN things!
Meet Sandi: lifelong arthritic and new CreakyJoints blogger.
Ms. Meniscus helps a reader deal with loved ones who have, with time, "forgotten" her illness.
Ms. Meniscus advises on how to deal with your granddaughter's parents.