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New Study Finds People With Inflammatory Arthritis Are More Likely To Seek Mental Health Care

People with inflammatory arthritis often face mental health issues. A recent study conducted by a team of scientists at Arthritis Research Canada has found a link between IA and the need for mental health treatment and medication.

Arthritis Research Provides Tools to Improve Everyday Life with Arthritis

In partnership with the Arthritis Patient Advisory Board, Arthritis Research Canada has created an Education Series that provides important research-based information and tools to help people manage their arthritis.

Give the Gift of Life-changing Arthritis Research this Holiday Season

At Arthritis Research Canada, we are committed to finding answers through research, but we cannot do it without you. Please join our community of supporters in making a lasting impact this holiday season.

Self-Care Strategies Play Key Role in Living Well with Arthritis

Join Arthritis Research Canada’s Senior Scientist and Occupational Therapist, Dr. Catherine Backman, for a free webinar and Q&A session including important research findings about the role of self-care in managing arthritis on November 23 at 10 a.m. PT.

 

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Avoir un animal de compagnie lorsqu’on vit avec l’arthrite : les avantages et les inconvénients

Avoir un animal de compagnie est une source de nombreux bienfaits, de la baisse de la tension artérielle à l’amélioration de la santé mentale. S’occuper d’un animal domestique peut cependant représenter beaucoup de travail si, en plus, on souffre d’une maladie chronique. Nous vous aidons à peser le pour et le contre et nous vous donnons quelques conseils pour surmonter les difficultés que vous pourriez rencontrer.

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Pros and Cons of Pet Ownership with Arthritis

Owning a pet has many benefits – from decreased blood pressure to improved mental health. However, caring for furry friends can be a lot of work on top of managing a chronic disease. We help you weigh the pros and cons of pet ownership and offer advice on navigating difficulties associated with caring for pets.

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En souvenir de Pat Carney

En tant que membre fondateur et formidable de notre conseil d’administration et premier donateur d’Arthrite-recherche Canada, Pat Carney a joué un rôle central dans la création de notre organisation, a soutenu la création d’un conseil consultatif de personnes atteintes d’arthrite pour diriger la recherche pertinente et a déclaré : Le travail d’Arthrite-Recherche Canada consistait à se concentrer sur « la recherche pratique pour améliorer la vie quotidienne ».

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Le mouvement, un remède efficace

Ronit Rosenblum a appris qu’elle souffrait de polyarthrite rhumatoïde à 27 ans. Elle a eu l’impression que sa vie s’arrêtait d’un coup. Elle s’est alors tournée vers l’exercice pour trouver des réponses. Découvrez comment elle s’est remise en forme et jetez un coup d’œil à ce que propose notre trousse d’entraînement musculaire I START.

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Remembering Pat Carney

As a founding and formidable member of our Board of Directors and the first donor to Arthritis Research Canada, Pat Carney played a central role in establishing our organization, supported the creation of an advisory board of persons with arthritis to drive relevant research, and stated that Arthritis Research Canada’s job was to focus on “practical research to improve everyday living”.

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Movement as Medicine

Ronit Rosenblum was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis at age 27 and felt like her life had come to a standstill. She turned to exercise for answers. Learn about her fitness journey and our unique strength training toolkit.

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