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Medication goes a long way in preventing joint damage, but self-care can be just as important.

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Why Is the Rate of RA Rising in Women?

Women are two to three times more likely to have RA than men. Scientists have three theories as to why.

11 Exercises for Rheumatoid Arthritis

To cope with RA, it's important keep muscles strong and work on your flexibility. Adding these exercises to your daily routine will make living with RA easier.

Treatments for Stubborn RA

The stubbornness of RA is well-known to people with the condition. When initial treatments don't work, some doctors will prescribe biologics.

How RA Can Affect Your Blood Sugar

When you think about RA, the term "blood sugar" might not come to mind. But the disease can affect your body in surprising ways.
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What RA Does to Your Heart

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of premature death in people with RA.

Finding the Right RA Treatment

RA Treatment: The Future Is Now

Here's a closer look at today’s biologics, and what is coming soon.

4 Solutions for Stubborn RA Pain

RA pain can get you down. Everyday tasks like opening jars, washing your hands or using the remote control almost make you wince before you start.

Alternative Treatments for RA

Although traditional medications for RA are effective, there are alternative treatment options you can consider as add-ons.

Everyday Life With RA

Fighting RA the Natural Way

Activities such as exercise, tai chi, yoga and meditation may reduce the symptoms of RA.

Maintaining Intimacy With RA

If you have rheumatoid arthritis, having a good marriage can help your health.

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