When you have rheumatoid arthritis, making even small changes to your diet can have a big impact on your everyday life. A registered dietitian walks you through anti-inflammatory diet options to help control your RA symptoms.
Wondering what your body needs to help soothe those cold and flu symptoms? There are plenty of at-home remedies out there, but some of the trendy ones aren’t as effective as we might think.
Changing your diet may help manage ankylosing spondylitis symptoms. Learn how diets like keto, paleo and low-starch affect AS and what foods to avoid.
When you have rheumatoid arthritis, having a healthy, successful pregnancy is all about working with your doctors to closely manage and control your disease. A rheumatologist explains how you can do this throughout your pregnancy and beyond.
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If you have ankylosing spondylitis (AS), it’s important to work exercise into your daily routine. Exercising has several benefits like helping with your balance, core strength and heart health. A rheumatologist offers best exercises for AS.
Sometimes, medications don’t do enough to relieve the symptoms of ankylosing spondylitis. Lifestyle changes and non-drug therapies can help manage AS symptoms.
Wondering if gastrointestinal issues are connected to your ankylosing spondylitis? Turns out, there’s a common connection between the two.
One of the biggest side effects of rheumatoid arthritis is fatigue. An expert shares how being mindful of your diet, exercise routine and sleep can make a difference.
Although ankylosing spondylitis typically affects your lower back, this type of inflammatory arthritis may also cause eye inflammation known as uveitis. Our expert explains why it’s important to seek treatment right away.
If you’ve been diagnosed with ankylosing spondylitis, there are steps you can take to manage pain.