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By Angela Lundberg - January 15, 2017
I realized the other day that I’ve now passed the six-month mark of taking adalimumab, also known as Humira, for the second time in my life. Last May, after nine months of being on Xeljanz... READ MORE

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By Michael Booth - January 12, 2017
There are aches, and then there are pains. The frequency of both have proliferated in my life since being diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. As a young athlete in extreme sports, aches and... READ MORE

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By Kelly Mack - January 11, 2017
This past year has been a tough year for my rheumatoid arthritis. I started feeling worse early in the year, but kept rationalizing that “it was the weather,” “too much stress,” “not... READ MORE

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By Kelly Mack - January 6, 2017
RheumatoidArthritis.net contributor Kelly Mack and her husband Richard Faust discuss what it means to be a caregiver for someone living with rheumatoid arthritis. While the misconceptions may be many (such as caring... READ MORE

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By Nan Hart - January 6, 2017
Baby it’s cold outside – at least here in the north it is! That said, it can be a challenge to stay warm and maintain our body temperature during these winter months. I talk... READ MORE

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By Wren - January 5, 2017
Here’s how my mornings begin: I move suddenly from restless sleep to restless wakefulness. Instead of being warm and comfortable, wishing I didn’t have to get out of my soft cocoon, I’m... READ MORE

news
By Michael Booth - January 3, 2017
This past year, the FDA approved three biosimilars for use in rheumatology. A biosimilar to Remicade, called Inflectra, launched in late November 2016. As the next few years will see changes to the... READ MORE

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By Kelly Mack - December 30, 2016
When I moved into my first apartment, I quickly learned the meaning of “cost of exertion” every time I had to do laundry. The process would take me nearly all day, involving... READ MORE

living
By Michael Booth - December 27, 2016
An illusory correlation is a logical fallacy that denotes assigning a causal relationship to two events when in fact they are unrelated. For instance, the rising of the sun does not cause... READ MORE

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