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A CJ blogger feels lucky about catching her rheumatoid arthritis early but starts to fear what RA progression is doing to her body.
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Ms. Meniscus helps a reader deal with loved ones who have, with time, "forgotten" her illness.
Dr. Laurie shares how to break the cycle of beating yourself up, or being resigned to your "fate."
Mariah explains why, when battling arthritis, the "small things" really do count.
This week, Dan describes a recent episode he had with his prosthetic hip. It involved a trip to the emergency room, a ride in an ambulance, and the phoning of 911. It also made him realize just what is important in the lives of people who suffer from autoimmune disease, and the benefits of having support available at all times.
Dr. Laurie shares how to kick-start our happiness this time of year.
A new study finds family and friends lessen the pain we perceive.
Kristin doesn't usually like check-up chit chat. This visit was different.
My brother recently filed for divorce from his wife after 43 years of marriage. It seemed kind of sudden and came a few months after he was in a hiking accident where he fell and severely bumped his head. I am wondering if it might have affected him. Why else would he suddenly want a divorce? -- Bucko in Boise