Laura Helms remembers how RA crept up on her in college, going from a stiff ankle to a swollen knee to an official diagnosis at a young age.
Your arthritis doesn't have to keep you on the sidelines. Movement is important. Learn how to keep your joints safe and flexible as you exercise.
Both hot and cold temperatures provide relief to painful joints. Stimulate your body’s own healing powers with things like hot tubs and ice packs.
If you have RA, you want to know which treatments work and how long they take to be effective. Get the answers to these and other questions from an expert.
Build strength, boost your energy, and ease stiff joints from RA with these simple stretches.