July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month

It is not just older people who are affected by arthritis, children get it too — that’s why observing Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month in July each year is so important. Founded by the Arthritis Foundation, this campaign aims to raise awareness about this condition and share resources to help those affected by it. Did you... Continue Reading →

Awareness JA World Day March 18,2022

March 18th The biggest date in the calendar for raising awareness of Juvenile Arthritis (JA) and other childhood rheumatic conditions Hard to imagine that this very second somewhere in the world and even near you there is a child who dreams to hop skip jump and play like other kids their do. They dream of... Continue Reading →

Un-Inflaming Myself

Sick of being sick and tired. I am back of the junk food. Somehow I was eating really healthy then fell off the health train wagon and inflammation returned and so did about 22 lbs. Feeling like a ball of inflammation and tired all the time I am for the last time changing what I... Continue Reading →

Goodbye 2021 Hello To 2022

Another year ends 2021 is almost gone. Salute to the experience you had in that year, and welcome 2022 with all the guts and glory. Many things you’ve learned in the year 2021 some of happiness and some some of hurt and some of love. May your 2022 be full of surprises and blessings and... Continue Reading →

Dealing with Joint Pain in the Pandemic

How do I deal with my knee and back pain until the orthopedic doctors start seeing patients again? There are a variety of non-operative treatment options for pain. No one treatment is going to help everyone, and patients need to find the treatments that seem to work the best for them. Medications I personally cannot... Continue Reading →

All About Our Knees Part 2

Types of Pain What are the different types of knee pain? Knee pain has many causes. Some of the most common include: Osteoarthritis Arthritis is a chronic condition that causes joint inflammation. Symptoms include redness, warmth, swelling, tenderness and pain. Up to 30 percent of the population may have knee osteoarthritis, or “wear and tear”... Continue Reading →

Arthritis Pain Do’s and Don’ts

Arthritis pain: The Do's and The don'ts Will physical activity reduce or increase your arthritis pain? Get tips on exercise and other common concerns when coping with arthritis symptoms and arthritis pain. Arthritis is a leading cause of pain and disability worldwide. You can find plenty of advice about easing the pain of arthritis and... Continue Reading →

Link-Between Hearing Loss and RA

When we think of hearing loss, you may associate it with your loved one who’s always asking you to repeat yourself, or the friend who may struggle to follow conversations. Hearing loss is often caused by exposure to excessive noise and is even linked to the natural aging process. But did you know that hearing... Continue Reading →

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