It is important to remember that there are many options for participating in the world of entertainment and RA should not prevent that! Nan
Have you ever found yourself rubbing your achey joints? Well, you may be on to something. Applying vibration, touch, and pressure are easy ways to relax tight muscles and decrease chronic pain.... READ MORE
This video, offers some strategies to those of us living with RA, for taking care of our eyes all year around – not just in the summer!
For the Rheumatoid Arthritis in America 2017 survey we asked the RA community that, if their RA were an animal, which one would it be. The answers from you all were very... READ MORE
This video offers some items for consideration when shopping for a car.
We all need some tips for managing our RA during the summer heat – Here a few that might help you have a summer free of added RA issues!
Surgery is never comfortable but with these three tips you can make is a bit more pleasant. Here are some tips about what to bring to the hospital, (and what not to,)... READ MORE
Once you are discharged from the hospital it is time to heal! Here are my top 3 tips on how to make your recovery as seamless as possible. Follow post-surgical instructions, indulge... READ MORE
Surgery isn’t a common treatment for RA, but sometimes it is necessary. Watch this video to find out when and why to consider surgery for your RA.
Surgery isn’t something anyone wants to have, but when it is necessary it can change lives for the better. In this video, I’ve brought my learnings from the five surgeries I’ve had... READ MORE
Some helpful tips on how to be on the lookout for side effects, interactions, and overall medication management with RA.
Kelly Mack talks about the importance of humor in coping with rheumatoid arthritis.
Raising awareness about RA may sound intimidating but it really is quite simple and very valuable!
We asked a few of our contributors the one common misconception people who do not live with Rheumatoid Arthritis have about RA. Here is what they say:
Pain is a key invisible symptom associated with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Everyone’s pain is different. While some days may be a respite from painful RA symptoms, many a times, its a constant and... READ MORE
Pets can be a source of comfort and support to those of us with RA. I share how my dog, Leah has done just that for me.
This video explores the notion that you must love and care for yourself if you hope to successfully manage your RA with some tips on how to do just that!
In this video, Nan discusses how our fingernails are impacted by RA and how to take care of them.
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
In this video Nan offers some shortcuts around holiday tasks that will make the season brighter and more fun!