Posts Tagged ‘Living with chronic illness like RA’

  • 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.

  • Opioids and Chronic Pain

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

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Impact of One Shot for RA – 10 Signs

    Patient experience with a steroid shot for RA bringing dramatic temporary relief of symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) / rheumatoid disease (RD).

  • The Status Update, Book Review

    Book review of The Status Update by Sonia J. Buck, a thriller short story employing chaos theory. The lead character suffers from rheumatoid disease.

  • Prescription Drug Take-Back Day

    Prescription Drug Take-Back Initiative allows the public to safely discard unwanted or expired medications, protecting environmental and human health.

  • Just Do What You Can Do

    Living with a chronic illness is already multi-tasking. Learning that just do what you can is not only the best approach, but the only real choice we have.

  • Position of Privilege

    Discussion of position of privilege with rheumatoid arthritis. Response to a reader’s criticism of the optimistic viewpoint of RA Warrior blog.

  • How to Live Like a Warrior: 3 Lessons

    How to live like a warrior in the midst of illness or trouble. Three simple lessons about focus, self-control, and rising above circumstance.

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