Category Archives: support

Living with chronic disease is all about supportive relationships

Is RA worse than OA? I recently received an email from a husband who was concerned about his wife who was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).  He wondered if it was both to have both RA and osteoarthritis and which … Continue reading

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Today is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day

This year’s theme is “Fibromyalgia Affects Everyone” and the goal this is to emphasize the sweeping effects of the disease – “from broken lives the economic costs to patients and society.” The NFA’s Walk for FAME (Fibromyalgia Awareness Means Everything) … Continue reading

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Finding Out

I am not here to claim I know anything. I didn’t go to college to study rheumatology. I am legal assistant with a degree in business administration. All I know is that my journey with rheumatoid arthritis has been a … Continue reading

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