Archive for the ‘RA Education’ Category

  • 10 Ways I Know RA Is Not Your Fault

    10 Ways I Know RA Is Not Your Fault is a list refutes the notion that people with rheumatoid disease (PRD) are to blame for disease-related problems.

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Problems, Anyone?

    Rheumatoid arthritis problems include musculoskeletal and constitutional symptoms, plus extra-articular disease, plus problems caused by those symptoms.

  • Opioids and Chronic Pain

    Opioids chronic pain debate: whether opioid prescriptions are responsible for the opioid epidemic, opioids in chronic pain, and cancer exceptions.

  • Worst Things Doctors Say

    Some of the surprising worst things doctors say to patients or in medical records, comments that can sound disrespectful or dismissive.

  • Trigger Finger in Rheumatoid Arthritis

    Trigger finger in rheumatoid arthritis, or stenosing tenosynovitis, is common. Understanding what causes trigger finger and how it is treated.

  • Lessons in 8 Quotes from Doctor Strange

    Eight most memorable quotes from Doctor Strange applicable to anyone on a journey to overcome physical limitations, illness, or injury.

  • Opioid Restrictions Versus Patient Needs

    Discussion of possible negative effects of opioid restrictions on people with legitimate need for medications. Excerpt of Kelly O’Neill Young’s BMJ article.

  • Why Rheumatoid Arthritis Frailty Matters

    Discussion of recent research on rheumatoid arthritis frailty. How frailty is measured, and which aspects of rheumatoid disease relate with frailty.

  • Arthritis Prescreening Like Minority Report

    Chronic illness advocate Kelly O’Neill Young responds to a newspaper article objections to very early rheumatoid arthritis prescreening research.

  • Safe Acetaminophen Dosage with Chronic Pain

    Facts on acetaminophen as an ingredient over 600 medicines in the U.S. Tips on how to maintain acetaminophen dosage within recommended limits.

  • Making Lemonade When You Want Latte

    When life gives lemons, strong people are expected to respond by accepting the lemons & making lemonade, however fighting back is also a resilient response.

  • Rheumatoid Arthritis CRP Levels

    The role of rheumatoid arthritis CRP levels in treating people with rheumatoid disease including weakness of CRP to predict bone damage and function loss.

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