Cost of activity - usage principle Archives | Rheumatoid Arthritis Warrior

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

Sensational Headlines on Rheumatoid Arthritis & Exercise, Round 6

I got an email recently from a rheumatology magazine with a sensational headline about “exercise and Rheumatoid Arthritis.” The article linked to is a year old, but some of our doctors read these emails. And the public also gets confused by ridiculous headlines like “Nearly Half of RA Patients Are Sedentary. Here's Why.” So, we’ll...Continue reading      87 Comments » Read more

Rheumatoid Arthritis Exercise, Part 3

Rheumatoid Arthritis exercise impasse Is there any mainstream medical website or magazine that does not preach exercise for Rheumatoid Arthritis? I have not found one. What is the truth about Rheumatoid Arthritis, exercise, and health? Earlier posts on RA exercise have discussed plain RA facts of life, striving to present a realistic view of exercise and RA....Continue reading      54 Comments » Read more

What Is it Like to Have Rheumatoid Arthritis? Part 2: Why Don’t They Tell You?

The Usage Principle makes living with Rheumatoid Arthritis hard In the Part 1: The Usage Principle, we discussed a phenomenon which is a daily issue for many people living with Rheumatoid Arthritis. Perhaps you noticed that blog post was unusual in that it did not have footnotes or links to studies which discussed the subject.  I...Continue reading      77 Comments » Read more
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