Year: 2014

Knowing when a treatment is “risky”

Imagine this situation. At a healthcare visit you received a prescription for a new medication. You talk with a friend, who says that you should worry about the long-term effects of this medicine. Then you hear of two people who took the medication. It helped one person, but the other person had to stop it… Read more »

Rheumatoid arthritis and chronic pain: Where can you find local support groups?

For people living with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), or newly diagnosed with RA, support groups can offer an opportunity to speak with others who experience similar concerns, struggles, and frustrations. Support groups can help reduce negative thoughts and feelings, and also provide useful information.1 But how do you find the right group or even start your own? … Read more »