While there’s concern for the elderly catching coronavirus, there’s another high-risk group that has nothing to do with age.
I can tell you this with utmost certainty: I am nowhere near ready to not be there for my 7-year-old son Jacob.
I recently had the opportunity to speak with CTV News reporter Penny Daflos on what is important to me as a rheumatoid arthritis patient in the time of covid19
I’m not writing this to cause mass hysteria or scare anyone, but rather to educate them about the risks that many people like me are facing right now.
A New Decade in Arthritis Research – What I learned as a Patient attending Canada’s 2020 Scientific Meeting
If I’m going to be the sick girl, I might as well kick ass at it, every arthritic step forward.
10 Arthritis Blogs to Watch in 2020
A blind artist, a motivational speaker who can’t speak and a young mom with arthritis: these are just three of the Vancouverites shattering stereotypes by simply living their lives.
‘A positive mindset will not cure my RA, but it will make it (and myself) a lot easier to live with.’
My earliest symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) showed up when I was also dealing with…