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    Eat foods that help fight inflammation when you have RA. Start with fish filled with omega-3s. Then add the right nuts, leafy greens, and oil.
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    Hard to open jars? Does chopping strain your hands? Bring the joy back into cooking with these tools and tips for people with RA.
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    Ease stiffness and pain with these stretches and aerobics perfect for people with RA. You don't need fancy equipment. Just follow along in this slideshow.

You Are Not Alone

  • 1.3 million Americans are living with RA.
  • 75% of people with RA are women.
  • 3 in 5 people with RA try to stay active.
  • 91% of people with RA are able to keep working.
  • 3 in 5 patients are satisfied with their doctors.
  • 80% say they hope for new, innovative treatments.
  • 75% want to feel better in 3 months of treatment.
  • 80% want treatment to resume full social lives.
  • 2 out of 3 say friends don't understand their RA.
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What's so funny about RA?

Matt Iseman shares what it's like to be a comedian -- and a guy -- with RA.

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How do you explain invisible pain?

Working in NYC is hard on Sara Nash; her pain is so invisible to others.

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RA Checklist Challenge

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I ordered salmon instead of a burger when I went out to eat today.

I took a walk 5 days this week.

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