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10 Common Rheumatoid Arthritis Myths

<< Go to more FACTS and INFO on Rheumatoid Arthritis Click here to print or save 10 Common RA Myths. The following Rheumatoid Arthritis myths are commonly repeated as facts. Repeating such myths has unfortunate consequences for people living with Rheumatoid Disease and contributes to inadequate medical care, scanty disease research, and insufficient vocational accommodations. While some...Continue reading      Comments Off on 10 Common Rheumatoid Arthritis Myths Read more

Pace Yourself: Guilt-free Pay-to-Play

It’s Roo’s birthday! Already! My goals include making a simple M&M cake with no complicated writing although I used to spend hours with a frosting bag even for Valentine’s cookies. Roo’s doing great with school subjects and Cub Scouts and playmates. He’s funny and smart, with a mind of his own. Other parents may know what...Continue reading      41 Comments » Read more

Inadequate & stupid? No, just a victim of someone’s training

I don’t know where I’ll find the courage to write this. Some stories – my own or others’ – I’ve saved for a book (I’m working on a couple). At first I think, what will happen if I tell this? Then I realize it must be told, because it’s not my story – it’s the...Continue reading      102 Comments » Read more

Brain Fog: Testing Cognitive Dysfunction with Rheumatoid Arthritis / Disease

The last few weeks I’ve been rereading abstracts from the ACR scientific meeting we attended in November. There were many fascinating studies presented, like the tendons investigation on the blog a couple days ago. This one on testing cognitive function jumps out at me: “The Relationship Between Perceived Cognitive Dysfunction and Objective Neuropsychological Performance in Persons...Continue reading      92 Comments » Read more

Hang 10: Is the Jury Still Out on Rheumatoid Arthritis Feet?

This is part 2 of a series on RA feet. Yesterday, I conveyed my skepticism about failing to “count” Rheumatoid Arthritis forefeet when measuring disease activity. “Individuals with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) experience debilitating foot pain and deformity, which in turn contributes to the substantial physical disability well-documented in this population. More than 70% of all individuals...Continue reading      29 Comments » Read more

Your Rheumatoid Arthritis Onset Stories, page 40

Click here to view a complete listing of Rheumatoid Arthritis stories on this site with disclaimer. Shelly M's Rheumatoid Arthritis story Sandi's Rheumatoid Arthritis story Sherry T's Rheumatoid Arthritis story This is Shelly M’s onset of Rheumatoid disease story, in her own words. Thank you Kelly for this great opportunity. RAD is an invisible, cruel disease that steals from us...Continue reading      Make a Comment » Read more

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