If arthritis or back pain are causing you problems behind the wheel, don’t despair. Occupational therapist Patrick Baker offers these practical tips to help you continue driving as comfortably as possible.
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Wondering why you might experience a painful click when you bend a finger or thumb? Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Rheumatologist Chad Deal, MD, answers this one.
Monday morning finds many of us feeling foggy, but 20 percent to 50 percent of people with lupus have a unique feeling of mental fogginess.
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Once considered a fatal disease, vasculitis is now effectively treated as a chronic condition. Five main drug therapies are helping patients better manage their symptoms.
Daily stress can be positive or negative. But over time, negative stress can adversely affect your immune system. Find out how to de-stress before any problems develop.
Your immune system naturally weakens as you age. Find out what five things you can do to keep your body’s defenses strong.
Learn how stress can affect your arthritis, and ways you can reduce stress with medicine, regular exercise and by eating certain foods.
Moderate exercise can strengthen your immune system, but be careful not to overdo it. High-intensity workouts can sometimes have a negative impact. Learn more.
Your immune system usually protects you in a process that few of us think about. But sometimes, things go wrong, and it fails. Find out what happens — and why.