The Gender Gap: How RA Differs in Women
Rheumatoid arthritis is more common in women; it can also be more severe. Understanding how RA differs for women can help you manage it better.
Joint Protection Dos and Don’ts
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, you need to be especially careful about protecting your joints from damage. Here are 7 tips for keeping joints in tiptop shape.
Medicines for RA Pain and Inflammation
Learn about medications used to treat the pain and swelling that accompany RA.
Your 6-Week Exercise Plan for RA
Learn more about starting -- and maintaining -- a manageable exercise plan if you have rheumatoid arthritis.
Drugs That Slow RA’s Progress
Learn about a powerful group of drugs that can stop RA from getting worse and keep joint damage at bay.
Foods That Help Your Heart -- and Your RA
After menopause, your risk of heart disease goes up. Rheumatoid arthritis can make it even higher. Here's how to eat heart healthy when you have RA.
WebMD examines common treatments for fibromyalgia, including exercise, physical therapy, medication, relaxation, and stress reduction.
Do you think you might have fibromyalgia? Find out more about how the condition is diagnosed.
The Link Between Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis
WebMD explains the connection between psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis.
Acute Systemic Lupus
Acute systemic lupus erythematosus. Bright red, sharply defined erythema with slight edema and minimal scaling in a “butterfly pattern” on the face. This is the typical “malar rash.” Note also that the patient is female and young.