Palmetto Infusion Services

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I’d like to send a very special thanks to Palmetto Infusion Services for purchasing 25 copies of Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy’s “Hope! Unlimited” travel mug. This bulk purchase will not only aid in raising awareness of rheumatoid arthritis, but it will also help to remind some patients that they should never lose hope! Palmetto Infusion Services was founded in South Carolina …

Avoid The RA Emotional Roller Coaster

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An optimistic attitude may help ease the physical pain of rheumatoid arthritis. Follow these steps for staying upbeat. A diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis means that you’ll likely be dealing with pain for most of your life — and that can take a toll on your emotional health. Studies have found, however, that learning to regulate your mood can help ease …

More Autoimmune & Rheumatoid Arthritis Blogs!

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A Fierce Sunshine I’m a 32 year old woman, diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis in 2011. I’m exuberant, empathetic, often ridiculous, and absolutely passionate. Not all journeys begin expectedly. This blog shares some of mine, beginning with Loss. To the newly diagnosed: there is a light. Read More: http://afiercesunshine.blogspot.com/ Juvey Chick Hey everyone! My name is Natalie and I’m 25. Big …

Autoimmune Wellness Center

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When you live with a chronic illness like rheumatoid arthritis, going to all of your different health care appointments can easily feel like a full time job. And to make the situation even more complicated, everything is usually in a different place. You have to go one place to see your rheumatologist, another place to get physical therapy, another place …

Don’t Lose Hope!

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Today’s post discusses the sensitive yet important topics of depression and suicide. I have received suicide letters here in the past both as emails and blog comments (never published of course), and my hope is that by sharing my own personal story, I might be able to help others who are struggling with these issues themselves. While I was still …