Angela Finlay is a freelance writer and blogger committed to sharing matters that affect health and wellbeing. From fitness and motivation to medical ailments and psychological hurdles, she has covered a range of health and lifestyle topics through her web writing career.
Angela feels that a high quality of life should be a top priority for everyone, and tries her best to help people find more comfort, contentment and confidence with the resources around them.
From fitness and lifestyle to pregnancy and medical ailments, she has covered a range of health topics throughout her web writing career, contributing to major websites for over three years.
She believes that variety is not only the spice of life, but essential for happiness and longevity; as an avid runner, rock climber, artist, and vegetarian cook, her passion for health and vitality stretches into each corner of her life.
It’s difficult to stay optimistic when you wake up stiff and sore, so improve your outlook and your comfort level with these bed exercises for RA.
Good rest habits and smart activity choices can help your parental involvement in taking an active role in your children’s health and interests.
Not every RA patient is at high risk for early mortality. Sometimes the outlook depends on genetics, other times on complications that could be avoided.
Cardiovascular disease and rheumatoid arthritis may seem unrelated but within the first 10 years with RA, the risk of cardiovascular events almost doubles.
Physical symptoms have always played a major role in diagnosis, but there are other signs of the disease that can hide under the skin such as biomarkers.
Studies have shown that early RA treatment can prevent joint damage; positive results from the first course of treatment can last for years.
Physicians consider arthroplasty to rebuild joints and help relieve pain. It restores function and range of motion, improving muscle strength and support.