When CJ Blogger Leslie Rott submitted a job hunt post, we asked her to include a resume so our community could help get this health advocate hired. It is harder for those with chronic illness to find work. Together, we can network!
Trying to explain that she is in much worse pain —in fact, crippling pain—after a procedure that was supposed to ease her pain, Arthritic Chick is stunned by the lack of care and interest from her doctor’s practice
CreakyJoints Blogger Sandi Davis, who lives with RA, chronic fatigue, lupus and fibromyalgia, muses about being asked, “How are you?” and what “I am fine,” can really mean when one is chronically ill
Musings, drawings, and the truth about RA.
Daniel P. Malito writes about his lifelong RA to entertain, teach, and above all, help.
A Page Full of Scribbles: Writer J.G. Chayko on the victories, defeats and day-to-day ridiculousness of life with arthritis.
During my time as a world-class Olympic track and field athlete, I competed at the highest possible level over the course of a 20-year period – but a rigorous Olympic career can take a toll on one’s body.
Case study showed tofacitinib cleared up skin pigmentation loss in woman after just 2 months