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By Kelly Mack - February 16, 2015
I recently passed the two-year mark in recovering from left knee replacement revision surgery following an infected prosthesis. After 20 years my left knee replacement had developed an infection, which required removing... READ MORE

By Angela Lundberg - February 13, 2015
For the last month I’ve been substitute teaching a kindergarten class. A class bursting with 21 five and six year-olds who are constantly whining, fussing, laughing, yelling, crying, pouting, fidgeting, poking, pushing,... READ MORE

By Wren - February 12, 2015
With winter still pummeling large parts of the U.S., it seems like a good time to talk about how the weather may affect rheumatoid arthritis. Because I’m here to tell you, I don’t care... READ MORE

By Kelly Mack - February 11, 2015
Winter is usually when I feel the worst. Where I live winter gets plenty cold and since I don’t drive I have to take public transportation for commuting to work and places... READ MORE

By Kelly Mack - February 3, 2015
I felt fine, but my family insisted otherwise. “We’re taking you to urgent care. There’s something to that cough.” So early on Cyber Monday, while others are huddled around their computers (actually... READ MORE

By Editorial Team - January 30, 2015
Daily life with rheumatoid arthritis can pose challenges one might never expect – including tasks that can easily get taken for granted! Household chores and errands rank highly in this category. Fortunately, we have a... READ MORE

By Kelly Mack - January 26, 2015
It might begin as a gnawing feeling at the pit of your stomach: “I’m not so sure about this doctor.” Am I right or is this not a good fit? I have... READ MORE

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