Welcome to Arthritis Self-Management, where people with arthritis, caregivers, and anyone else who's interested in arthritis can learn more about this group of conditions that affects around 50 million Americans and about 355 million people worldwide. This site builds on the magazine Arthritis Self-Management, which has been bringing subscribers useful and up-to-date information about arthritis for more than 10 years.
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About Arthritis This page is loaded with information to get you started. Here you'll find jumping-off points to learn about the two most common kinds of arthritis, Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis.
Want to know about other kinds of arthritis? Run across an unfamiliar term? Arthritis A-Z offers definitions so you can get (and stay) in the know.
Articles Knowing about arthritis is only half the battle. It's how you use the information that really matters. Articles gathers our award-winning magazine articles in one place so you have the practical tips you need to apply what you learn on the site.
Easy Recipes Arthritis can affect many of the things you do every day, including preparing meals. That's why our site offers nutritious (and delicious!) recipes that are easy to make, even with stiff joints.
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