Books

Your Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis - Tools for Managing Treatment, Side-Effects and Pain by Lene Andersen | 2013


Rheumatoid Arthritis - Plan to Win by Cheryl Koehn, Taysha Palmer and John Esdaile, M.D. | New York: Oxford University Press | 2002

Articles

Understanding RA Fatigue by David Spero, RN, BSN | Pain-Free Living | 01.08.2017


The Psychological Quirk That Explains Why Your Joints Ache When It Rains by Cari Romm | The Cut | 23.01.2017


Everyday Life and RA: 10 Resources to Make it Easier by Lene Andersen | Health Central | 15.11.2016


Could Pain Be Contagious, Just Like Happiness? by Dr. Joseph Mercola | Mercola | 03.11.2016


Vagus Nerve Stimulation Fights Rheumatoid Arthritis by Kristen Clark | IEEE Spectrum | 25.07.2016


Vagus nerve stimulation significantly reduces rheumatoid arthritis symptoms, studies show by Northwell Health | Science Daily | 04.07.2016


Electronic implant in ‘Spock’ nerve could reverse rheumatoid arthritis by Sarah Knapton | The Telegraph | 07.07.2016


You can train your body into thinking it's had medicine by Jo Marchant | Mosaic | 09.02.2016


Hacking the nervous system by Gaia Vince | Mosaic | 26.05.2015


Doctors ‘Hack’ Into Nerves to ‘Cure’ Rheumatoid Arthritis by Thomas Moore | Sky News | 13.12.2014


Hate doctors’ waiting rooms? Get a text when it’s your turn CBC News | 22.01.2014


How Your Knees Can Predict the Weather by Melinda Beck | Wall Street Journal | 14.10.2013


Broccoli slows arthritis, researchers think by Michelle Roberts | BBC News | 28.08.2013


Most American RA patients quit biologics after 2 years by Mitchel Zoler | Rheumatology News | 08.08.2013


Metal on metal hip implant risks ‘unique’ CBC News | 18.01.2013


Rheumatoid Arthritis: Scientists Discover a Cell-Signalling Pathway That May Lead to New Treatment by Alexandra Sifferlin | Time | 25.05.2012


Boss can break the chain that leads to stress by Sheldon Gordon | The Globe and Mail | 03.04.2012

An employer can contribute to a lower stress level among staff by managing his or her own feelings of stress, says Marianna Paulson, a Vancouver stress management coach known as Auntie Stress. “The person who is in charge needs to set a precedent by looking after themselves. They need to learn techniques to manage stress in the moment. Our feelings are felt by other people. If [a manager] is calm around you, you tend to be calmer.”


New Simulator Helps Hip Replacement Patients Get Back on the Road Fox News | 22.02.2012


He’s One Hip Researcher Surrey Now Leader | 24.10.2011


New 'bouncer' molecule halts rheumatoid arthritis; Protective protein prevents immune system from ravaging joints and bones by Northwestern University | ScienceDaily | 08.09.2011


Rheumatoid Arthritis: Painful Debilitating Disease More Devastating Than Previously Recognized by Dr. Joseph Mercola | Mercola | 16.08.2010


Why the #$%! Do We Swear? For Pain Relief by Frederik Joelving | Scientific American | 12.07.2009


Bilateral cricoarytenoid joint involvement in rheumatoid arthritis: a case report by A. Kamanli, U. Gok, S. Sahin, I. Kaygusuz, O. Ardicoglu, S. Yalcin | Oxford Journals Medicine & Health - Rheumatology, Volume 40, Issue 5, Pp. 593-594 | 01.05.2001

For More Information

Rheumatoid Arthritis: In Depth by National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health


Essential Oils for Rheumatoid Arthritis by Essential 3

Suggestions for oils for symptom relief, analgesic effects and stress relief.


Arthritis Joint Health and Knowledge Translation Research Program led by Dr. Linda Li at the University of British Columbia

“Knowledge Translation” - I like that term. This program is looking at understanding how people make treatment decisions and how digital media is affecting the uptake of effective treatment. Keep up to date and subscribe to Arthritis in Touch or follow them on Twitter.


HealthSkills by Bronnie

Highly approachable, knowledgeable and generous, Bronnie is one talented woman. She is an occupational therapist and an educator at the University of Otago and the Otago Polytechnic providing invaluable information for occupational therapists and anyone suffering from chronic pain.