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If you have rheumatoid arthritis, it's best to educate yourself as much as possible about the condition. Debunking common myths is a big part of finding the right treatment.

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What You Should Know About Biologic Treatments for RA

Significant progress has been made in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) due to a class of medications called biologics. Biologics work by blocking the immune response that leads to the painful symptoms of RA. They are also effective in about 2/3 of patients who use them. 

The Stages of Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment

Your doctor’s treatment plan may vary depending on the stage of the disease.
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Is It Time to Step Up Your RA Treatment?

If your RA treatment plan hasn't been working, biologics have been shown to slow the progression of the disease.

A Look at Health Needs


How to Prevent Stiffness and Protect Joints

Stop pain and stiffness from RA before it starts.


RA and Brain Health

Many people with RA also experience difficulty paying attention or remembering things. But there are ways to sharpen your brain.
What About Wine?

Mediterranean Diet Helpful for RA

There is no magic diet that will cure RA, but certain foods may help.

The RA - Vitamin D Connection

Vitamin D is called the sunshine vitamin because your skin produces the nutrient when you are exposed to the sun's rays.
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10 Everyday Do's and Don'ts for RA

To feel better, work with your health care team and follow a treatment plan. 

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