There are many treatments for the autoimmune disease rheumatoid arthritis. An expert details the natural remedies that can also help.
If you have rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease, you may also have anemia, a blood disorder. It’s important to find out what kind of anemia you have so your doctor can properly treat it, along with your RA. Here’s what to know.
Rheumatoid arthritis can affect your joints, causing pain and inflammation. But the autoimmune disease can be managed with lifestyle changes and medication.
When you’re born, you have about 300 bones, but over time, you end up with just 206! Bones become less dense as you age, but here’s what you can do about it.
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Figuring out what triggers a psoriasis flare for you is a good first step to managing the condition. We break down four main triggers, and what you can do to help alleviate the symptoms.
Spider bites are scary … but they’re actually rare. If you do get one, though, an emergency physician explains what to look for and how to treat it.
Is it time to add some omega-3-rich fish to your diet? Learn about omega-3s and how they help fight inflammation and arthritis.
Gout flare-ups aren’t fun, but they can be managed with the right diet, which might not be what you think. Learn the truth about some common gout diet myths.
Psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis often go hand in hand. But can you have one without the other? Learn about these related conditions, their symptoms and how to manage them.
Psoriatic arthritis and rheumatoid arthritis are easy to mix up. Both cause pain, swelling and stiffness in the joints. But they’re more like siblings than identical twins. Getting a correct diagnosis will help your provider develop a more personalized treatment plan.