At-home treatment can help — but sometimes it's just not enough. Find out when to seek help from your primary care doctor or rheumatologist.
Sadly, the first time many people think about osteoporosis is after their first bone fracture. The more you know about this disease of weakened bones, the better you can prevent it.
In some cases, doctors can stop — and even reverse — the damage of rheumatoid arthritis with a combination of medications.
Don’t believe everything you hear when it comes to diet advice and gout. Diet matters — but not necessarily in the way you think.
From pain-reducing endorphins to weight loss, the benefits of exercise are abundant for people with arthritis. But simply walking the dog is not enough.
If you’ve experienced an acute gout attack, you probably don’t want to go through it again. You might not have to.
Rheumatoid arthritis is an aggressive, destructive disease — but it may be more treatable than any other form of arthritis.
You have pain. You wake up stiff. You don’t move like you used to. These are common symptoms of osteoarthritis. Learn what you can do to relieve them.