A study of more than 140,000 Medicare patients with rheumatoid arthritis found that those on any biologic drug were 17 percent less likely than those using only a traditional DMARD to have developed dementia.
The American College of Rheumatology’s 2020 medical conference had a number of important updates that people living with rheumatoid arthritis (or their caregivers) should know about, from new RA treatment guidelines to new insights about managing comorbidities.
New research shows that use of hydroxychloroquine did not predict prolonged QTc, a key measure of heart rate.
New research sheds more light on the racial health disparities that exist in arthritis treatments.
Rheumatoid arthritis patient Eileen Davidson has had her share of doctor visits virtually and in person. Here’s her take on the good and bad of telehealth — and why it’s transformed her care.
A new study found that people with rheumatoid arthritis patients had a higher risk of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism compared to the general population, but people in high disease activity were much more at risk than those in remission.
Start by avoiding ableism and toxic positivity.
If you suspect you could have RA or are concerned that you may have been misdiagnosed with a similar condition, this resource can help.
The systemic inflammation from rheumatoid arthritis could raise the likelihood of someone developing diabetes in the future.
The abundance of antioxidant-rich foods could offset some of the damage done from cigarettes that is linked with the onset of autoimmune disease.