Rheumatoid Arthritis Treatment
Susan Cassidy
Susan Cassidy
September 18, 2018
Rheumatoid arthritis treatment may begin with taking prescription medicines, making lifestyle changes or adjustments, or surgical procedures.

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Smoking and Rheumatoid Arthritis

Can Smoking Aggravate Rheumatoid Arthritis?

While heavy cigarette smoking is unhealthy for any individual, there are certain risks associated with the combination of smoking and rheumatoid arthritis.
82 found this helpful by Anna Scanlon on May 14, 2018
how does rheumatoid arthritis affect the heart

Can Rheumatoid Arthritis Affect the Heart?

How does rheumatoid arthritis affect the heart exactly? People with RA can experience high levels of inflammation plus other heart disease risk factors.
142 found this helpful by Lana Barhum on March 21, 2018
Is Rheumatoid Arthritis Hereditary?

Is Rheumatoid Arthritis Hereditary?

"Is rheumatoid arthritis hereditary?" – The good news is that the short answer to this question is no. But the answer to the question is quite complicated.
25 found this helpful by Mariah Leach on September 14, 2017
Rheumatoid Arthritis and Blood Clots

What Are the Risks of Blood Clots and RA

What is the connection between rheumatoid arthritis and blood clots? Read on to learn about the types of clots and how to avoid them.
1.4k found this helpful by Melissa DeCapua on April 11, 2016
Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Affect the Eyes?

Does Rheumatoid Arthritis Affect the Eyes?

Does rheumatoid arthritis affect the eyes? It's important to know your risks and what you can do to keep your eye health in check.
108 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on March 1, 2016
6 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety

6 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety

Many people live with both rheumatoid arthritis and anxiety. Anna shares six methods to help keep your anxiety at a manageable level.
235 found this helpful by Anna Scanlon on March 12, 2015
Tips for Managing When Rheumatoid Arthritis and Anemia Co-Exist

Tips for Managing When Rheumatoid Arthritis and Anemia Co-Exist

Rheumatoid arthritis and anemia often co-exist. In fact, between 30% and 60% of RA patients are thought to be anemic. Learn more about the connection here.
294 found this helpful by Angela Finlay on February 18, 2015
RA and the Risk of Isolation

RA and the Risk of Isolation

RA and isolation easily go hand in hand, if you let them. Counselor Eric Patterson discusses the temptation to isolated yourself and fighting against it.
231 found this helpful by Eric Patterson on February 11, 2015
RA and Lung Disease

Understand the Link Between RA and Lung Problems

RA and Lung Disease: RA can do more than cause damage to your joints. Learn more about possible lung complications and treatments.
247 found this helpful by Brenda Vanta on December 17, 2014
Choosing Shoes For Rheumatoid Arthritis

The Importance of the Right Shoes for RA

Shoes for Rheumatoid Arthritis: It's important to chose your shoes carefully when you have RA, as some shoes can make your condition worse.
322 found this helpful by Amy Manley on November 18, 2014