By Nan Hart - February 14, 2018
In this month devoted to love, take the time to pamper yourself a bit…here a just a few ways. Nan  

By Kelly Mack - February 12, 2018
One thing that happens to me when I go through a lengthy period of not feeling well, is that I develop a feeling of negativity. Instead of a whole world of possibility... READ MORE

By kat-elton - February 11, 2018
Dating is tough, especially when you live with a chronic illness such as rheumatoid arthritis. Join Kat as she talks about her experiences with dating and gives some insight about questions as;... READ MORE

By Carla Kienast - February 9, 2018
I used to be a world-class sleeper. Once I was visiting my parents, sleeping on the couch in the living room. A tornado warning came up in the wee hours of the... READ MORE

By Tamara Haag - February 8, 2018
Over the nearly two decades that I’ve lived with Rheumatoid Arthritis/Rheumatoid Disease (RA/RD), I’ve realized that stress is a huge factor in how severe my symptoms are. While decreasing stress doesn’t cure... READ MORE

By Nan Hart - February 6, 2018
It has been my experience that humans tend to be harder on themselves than others, to the point that we often become so enveloped in our negativity, we are paralyzed in our... READ MORE

By Kelly Mack - February 5, 2018
Recently I’ve had more problems with my sleep where I wake up during the night or in the morning with neck aches that turn into headaches. Neck troubles are not infrequent for... READ MORE

By Wren - February 4, 2018
As the coldest, wettest, iciest, windiest part of the winter season blows in with a bone-chilling howl, I want to talk to you about how to maintain overall wellness while living with... READ MORE

By Editorial Team - February 1, 2018
According to our Rheumatoid Arthritis in America survey, many patients report that RA has affected their ability to exercise, work, socialize, and/or fulfill family responsibilities. Rheumatoid Arthritis can impact many parts of... READ MORE

By Editorial Team - January 31, 2018
Many of us living with RA find it challenging to maintain relationships with others because they “just don’t get it” The pain, fatigue and stiffness is invisible and those not living with... READ MORE

By Mariah Z. Leach - January 29, 2018
We’ve all heard it over and over (and over and over) again: it’s so important for people living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) to exercise. Physical fitness can be extremely useful in managing... READ MORE

By Nan Hart - January 28, 2018
This greeting has become so commonplace in our day to day interactions that somehow it has lost its true meaning. That is, to actually inquire how a person is doing. I know... READ MORE

By Wren - January 25, 2018
As I’ve mentioned before, I dislike New Year’s resolutions. They’ve always struck me as another mental self-beating-in-the-making when I can’t live up to them. But I’ve been thinking about it, and maybe... READ MORE

By Angela Lundberg - January 23, 2018
I was randomly flipping through my health journal the other day and came across some pages that I had furiously scribbled upon, five to be exact, back in May 2017. Usually the... READ MORE

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