Understanding RA | Diagnosing | Education | Treatment | Living & Thriving | Newsletter Signup | Community
Rheumatoid arthritis can be challenging to diagnose, disease activity should be monitored to ensure treatment is working
For most people, living with autoimmune disease or inflammatory arthritis means living with multiple medications.
New research indicates that certain occupations may put workers at an elevated risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.
According to several studies smokers are more likely to develop RA and suffer more severe consequences.
Research continues to demonstrate that inflammatory arthritis is associated with both "heart attacks" and heart failure.
Study in 14,000 RA patients suggests that TNF Inhibitor medications reduce the risk of heart attacks.