Psoriatic Arthritis: A Skin Condition Gone Wrong

Psoriatic arthritis occurs in people with psoriasis and causes joint pain and swelling, and itchy patches of skin.

Crepitus May Be Early Warning Sign of Knee Arthritis

Although occasional knee cracking is usually harmless, a study finds that frequent popping or grinding in the knee joint can foreshadow arthritis.

Get Started with Alternative Therapies for Rheumatoid Arthritis

Tai chi, yoga, and dietary adjustments are a few alternative options for rheumatoid arthritis treatment.

Experimental Injection May Be Able to Stop—Or Even Reverse—Osteoarthritis

The use of UBX0101 as an injection is a promising potential therapy for osteoarthritis treatment in the future.

Diagnosing Ankylosing Spondylitis

Find out what your doctor will need to know to make an accurate ankylosing spondylitis diagnosis.

You’re (Not) Dying!—The Limitations of Medical Testing

Find out why you can't rely on medical testing alone to reveal the full scope of your condition.

Many People with Arthritis Have a Fear of Exercise

Although many people with osteoarthritis avoid exercise for fear of increased pain, there are several arthritis-friendly exercises that will help to alleviate osteoarthritis symptoms.

Good Dental Care Is Important for Those with Rheumatoid Arthritis

Studies show that good oral hygiene can help to alleviate rheumatoid arthritis symptoms.

What to Do If You Think You Have Fibromyalgia

Take these four steps if you're worried you have fibromyalgia.

9 Ways You Can Sleep Better with Osteoarthritis

Pain and stiffness from osteoarthritis can make it difficult to fall asleep and remain sleeping through the night. Consider these 9 strategies to help you get the sleep you need.

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