Arthritis affects millions of people in the US of all ages, men and women. Osteoarthritis is the most common and is usually diagnosed in patients 65 and older. However, juvenile arthritis can be diagnosed in children under 16, and rheumatoid arthritis is commonly found in people in their 20s. There is no cure for arthritis, but it is treatable and can go into remission. Here to help you cope with your diagnosis are informed Health Guide Info writers, providing articles, info and advice on pain management, coping with your condition and more.
Get your questions answered about arthritis, auto-immune diseases and other related conditions including fibromyalgia. Learn the risk factors, symptoms and when you should get tested. Find sample nutrition plans and exercises to help build strength and increase mobility. Also find advice on helping a child or loved one cope with their disease. Comment on articles to share your story and opinion. It’s all inside Health Guide Info!