Some people don’t understand and sometimes don’t believe you are in pain when they think you look fine. Here's how to explain your rheumatoid arthritis to others.
In this condition, children can get swollen, stiff, warm, painful joints all over their bodies, sometimes with fatigue, rashes, and fever. But they can outgrow the condition.
Rheumatoid arthritis can harm more than joints: It can damage your hearing, eyes, lungs, heart, nerves, and blood vessels. Here's what you should know.
As we age, we’re more likely to develop chronic conditions. And the pricey category of “specialty medications” is growing fast to treat them. Learn more.