What approach will your rheumatologist take if your DMARD isn’t helping to calm your inflammation from RA?
If your RA hasn't responded to traditional disease-modifying medications, biologics may help. Here's what to know.
These effective prescriptions in treating rheumatoid arthritis both involve your immune system. But what are the differences between the two?
Biologics are given different ways, meant to calm your immune system and slow your RA down. So how do you take them?
It may take several weeks for DMARD drugs to reach full effectiveness against RA. Find out why.
Biologic drugs have turned the tables for people with RA. Learn more about how they work.
A list of everyday habits you can do to build up your immunity and keep your RA in check.
From not seeing a rheumatologist to not getting the right medication, here are 6 errors to avoid when you have RA.
A rheumatologist covers all four reasons you may need to pause your RA biologic, whether it’s by injection, infusion, or pill.
What happens when one drug isn't enough to keep RA under control?
Learn some simple steps to keep away the pain and stiffness of an RA flare-up.
Find out why biologic drugs are so pricey, and how you can get help to pay for them.
Strengthen muscle and improve joint pain with these arthritis-friendly exercises.
Even if your RA pain is under control, it's essential to keep doing the things that will keep you healthy.
If you stop taking medications or skip your annual appointment, it could trigger a flare.
Try these tips to help you get support while staying safe at home.