The recommendation to get regular exercise if you have rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is backed up by plenty of scientific research. Experts say there are at least 4 ways exercise may help ease the signs and symptoms of RA.
The inflammation caused by rheumatoid arthritis can lead to unexpected symptoms that affect vision, hearing, cardiovascular health, breathing, oral health, and more. Learn what to look out for and how to keep symptoms in check.
Experts think the treat-to-target approach is the best way to treat rheumatoid arthritis and relieve joint pain. This approach is appropriate for anyone with RA, whether they are newly diagnosed or have had it for decades.
These 9 life hacks can protect your hands from unnecessary strain and prevent arthritis hand pain from getting worse. These tips cover everything from food prep and taking medications to holding children and choosing a travel mug.
Bursitis tends to affect some joints more than others, and can even cause different symptoms depending on which bursa in a joint is affected. Learn about which joints and which bursae are most affected by bursitis.