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Don't let RA stop you from enjoying all that life has to offer. In addition to medication, little decisions you make all the time can mean the difference between a painful day and a pain-free one.

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5 Signs Your RA Treatment Isn't Working

These 5 things may indicate it’s time to change your treatment.

Breakthroughs in RA Treatment

In the last decade, biologics have changed what it means to have RA.  And scientists continue to study more new treatment, with the goal of reducing symptoms and finding options with fewer side effects.

The Osteoporosis - RA Connection

People with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are more likely to develop osteoporosis, a condition in which bones are more likely to fracture.

Mobile Apps to Help Manage RA

New apps on your smartphone or tablet offer information on RA as well as expert advice, workouts, and symptom trackers.

Lifestyle Tips for Coping with RA

5 Stress Management Tips for RA

Stress is especially tough on people with RA. Stress releases chemicals that can trigger flare-ups along with inflammation and pain.

What Yoga Can Do for RA

With yoga, you can fight stress, find serenity, and increase fitness, all at the same time. For RA sufferers, there are even more benefits.

Rheumatoid Arthritis and Alcohol

Heavy alcohol use poses dangers to people with RA.

What RA Does to Your Body

How Rheumatoid Arthritis Affects Your Sleep

Fifty to 75% of people with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) have sleep problems.
If you have RA, inflammation can cause pain, swelling, stiffness, and lack of function in your joints. 

What Rheumatoid Arthritis Does to the Feet and Ankles

More than 90% of people with RA will experience symptoms in their feet or ankles at some point.

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