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Lupus afflicts women nine times as often as it does men. Researchers ask why.
The question when the first biologic doesn’t work is: What next?
Angela was given an RA "wheelchair sentence" at age 18. Here's how she made the next 15 years really count.
Dan writes that, in the fundraising world, arthritis often finds itself the outcast.
Findings reassure female patients that the pain is not "in their minds."
Dr. Laurie contemplates the benefits of helping others.
A new study finds that inflammatory diseases may chemically cause depression.
Seth attends a marathon of lectures at the American College of Rheumatology's annual meeting in Philly.
Seth talks health care.
Dr. Laurie finds inspiration in a stroke victim's tale of recovery.