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Discover more about home remedies and alternative therapies to manage RA. Learn about acupuncture, assistive devices, diet, exercise, stress management, and more.

Home Remedies

Learn about natural treatments, including natural dietary supplements and alternative remedies for RA.

What are the best herbs and supplements for RA? And, are they safe? Here's what you need to know. 

Discover how acupuncture helps to ease pain by boosting endorphins, the body’s natural painkillers.

Find out how assistive devices can make living with RA easier.


Although there's no "RA diet" that can treat the condition, some foods may help you lower inflammation in your body.


Discover why exercise and physical activity are vital to keep your joints strong.

Exercise more to decrease pain and feel more energetic? Hardly seems possible with RA. But it's true! Inactivity decreases joint motion and flexibility. Inactivity also can lead to weak muscles and deformed joints.


Learn how to build a "dream team" of health care providers, from rheumatologist and primary care physician to physical therapist, social worker, and  surgeon.

Learn how to work with your doctor to find the most effective medications and treatments for RA.

Discover new ways to cope with pain and stiffness to keep RA from robbing you of an active lifestyle.

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