Rheumatoid Arthritis Help
For much of my childhood, I watched my mom suffer with Rheumatoid Arthritis, a chronic, crippling disease that strikes about 1.5 million Americans, usually women in their prime between 30 and 50. It’s an autoimmune disease in which joint inflammation becomes so severe the joints themselves are often damaged. There is no cure but happily today, there are many more treatments available than when my mom had RA.
Recently I had the opportunity to be a part of a wonderfully inspirational information project for people with Rheumatoid Arthritis. It’s called New Way RA.
You don’t have to have Rheumatoid Arthritis to find the information in this unique online “tv show” to be useful. Anyone with a chronic illness – or their friends or family members will be interested in this show that covers everything from medical issues, to workplace questions, relationship issues, exercise & nutrition. Did you know some of the foods you eat have been linked to increased inflammation? Me either, until I learned about it at NewWayRA.com
VIDEO LINK – new way RA (on YouTube acct)