Rheumatoid arthritis is serious. If you have it, you need to take it seriously. If you love someone who with RA, you need to understand what they’re living with every day.
#TalkOverRA encourages Canadians living with Rheumatoid Arthritis to have more meaningful conversations with their health care providers to discuss resources, new treatment targets, and their own personal goals that can support better quality of life for Canadians living with RA.
Brain Fog: Why Don’t We Talk More About This Frustrating Symptom of Rheumatoid Arthritis? – Creaky Joints
I personally find that this brain fog can be one of the most difficult —…
The last five years were packed with so many events and obstacles that changed me — physically and emotionally — that I feel like I have gone through a rapid aging process.
If I’m going to be the sick girl, I might as well kick ass at it, every arthritic step forward.
‘You Can’t Spell Gratitude Without RA’: One Patient’s Journey to Finally Accepting a Positive Outlook
‘A positive mindset will not cure my RA, but it will make it (and myself) a lot easier to live with.’
Is arthritis pain and stiffness keeping you up at night? When you’re struggling with fatigue, the last thing you need to do is toss and turn your way into slee
Catherine Backman, a senior scientist of rehabilitation at Arthritis Research Canada, has examined the impact of arthritis on motherhood and said Davidson is not alone in her experience of life with rheumatoid arthritis.
How I was diagnosed with Arthritis at 29