7 Tips for Managing Arthritis in the Office

Your office job can sometimes make it challenging to manage your arthritis, but these tips can help you minimize pain and maximize efficiency at work.

Walking: The Best Way to Start Getting Active with Arthritis

If you have arthritis, making the jump from inactivity to activity can be difficult. The surprisingly simple solution is to put on your sneakers and start walking.

Trigger Finger: When Your Finger “Gets Stuck”

Learn about the symptoms of trigger finger, and why those with rheumatoid arthritis or gout are at greater risk.

When Arthritis Affects Children

Inflammatory arthritis can affect children as young as 6 months, especially in the form of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Learn about the types of juvenile arthritis and how they're treated.

A Guide to Pain Medications for Arthritis

There are several options for medications that can help manage arthritis pain. Learn about these options and the advantages and drawbacks of each.

3 Reasons You May Need a Joint Aspiration

Joint aspiration, or arthrocentesis, is a relatively safe and simple procedure to extract synovial fluid from a joint. Learn about the 3 reasons your doctor may recommend a joint aspiration for your arthritis.

What You Should Know About Arthritis and Pregnancy

Most women with arthritis can have a healthy and safe pregnancy, but there are a few precautions they should be aware of.

Do My Genes Put Me at Risk for Arthritis?

Find out what experts know about the role genetics play in arthritis risk—and what you can do to lower yours.

7 Tips to Help You Steer Clear of Soda

Not only does soda raise your risk for obesity, diabetes, and heart disease, but new research suggests it can affect risk for rheumatoid arthritis. Learn what steps you can take to avoid soda.

5 Ways to Be Road-Trip Ready with Arthritis

Be prepared for road trips with these tips for relieving joint pain when driving or riding along.

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