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How Biologic Drugs Are Given for RA

You may have heard of biologics as a treatment option for RA. But what are they exactly, and how do you take them?

Expert Advice on Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Treatment Options for RA

There's no one-size-fits-all approach to treating RA. It’s important to work closely with your physician.
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An Expert Q&A on RA Flare-Ups

Even people with well-controlled RA can experience periodic flare-ups. Dr. Paul Sutej offers advice on how to treat them.
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Moving Beyond Methotrexate for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Although methotrexate is considered the gold standard drug for RA, it doesn't work for everyone.

Doctor and Patient Perspectives

RA: Why See a Specialist?

RA is a complex disease that affects everyone differently. That’s why all RA patients should follow unique treatment plans.
PATIENT STORY

Rheumatoid Arthritis Isn't What You Think

Sandra Edwards learned that rheumatoid arthritis isn't a disease you worry about. It's a disease you take action against. 

Managing Rheumatoid Arthritis Day to Day

When Is Alcohol Safe for RA?

The general consensus of the medical community is that rheumatoid arthritis and alcohol don’t mix.

W. Hayes Wilson, MD, discusses the basics of rheumatoid arthritis symptoms and treatment.

What Rheumatoid Arthritis Does to Your Kidneys

Studies suggest patients with RA have an increased risk of developing kidney disease.

Can Stress Make Rheumatoid Arthritis Worse?

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

Why Self-Care Is So Important for People With RA

Medication goes a long way to helping people with RA, but self-care can be just as important.

Finding the Right Treatment for RA

Which treatments your doctor prescribes will depend on your RA and your particular experience.

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