Rheumatoid arthritis definitely doesn't play fair. However, there are some ways we can help our bodies so they don't have to fight so hard against RA. To read the entire slideshow, visit me at HealthCentral.
My RA journey would not be what it is today without my kids. They give me physical, mental, and emotional strength. But what happens when they move on? To read this article and others I have written, please visit HealthCentral.
Welcome to 2019! The downtime that comes with this time of year always makes me reflective. A few things are due to the time of year it is. January is my rheumatoid arthritis anniversary. Happy 15th to me! For the most part, I feel good. I have a feeling this might be the year to …
Hello Friends! I have not fallen off the face of the earth. I am still here! In September, I started a new full-time job. It was a difficult decision to leave teaching, but I am still working with adult ESL and GED students. I love my new job! But, it is keeping me busy - …
While November is traditionally the month to practice gratitude, I believe it should be integrated into each and every treatment plan. The ability to see outside of your pain to is a game changer in how you view your own health condition. I've got practical tips on how to get started here.
My RA is currently calm and controlled (most of the time). So, what do you do when the goal you've dreamed of having, finally comes true? Please read my article at HealthCentral.