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Vol. 4 / Issue 2

An Online Publication of the Arthritis National Research Foundation

February 2021

The ANRF Chronicle is a monthly publication bringing you the latest in research, innovations in treatment, and ideas for healthy living with autoimmunity. In this edition: get tips for creating a positive healing environment, find delicious anti-inflammatory recipes, meet an ANRF researcher working to improve treatment for JIA, get the facts on emerging COVID-19 vaccines and variants, discover how occupational therapy may play a role in a well-rounded treatment plan, find out what our experts say about numbness and arthritis, and learn about a condition called CPPD or pseudogout.

Room to Heal

Sometimes, a chronic condition can mean spending lots of time within the same four walls. Learn how to make the bedroom a place for positivity, emotional well-being, and physical healing.


Food For Thought: February Anti-inflammatory Recipes

This February, fall in love with an anti-inflammatory diet by trying our scrumptious recipes. Make one tonight for a special someone or to treat yourself.


Dr. Lauren Henderson - Autoreactivity of Regulatory T cells in oligo JIA

Using a new technology called Tscan, Dr. Henderson is working to find a more effective treatment for the most common form of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis.


ANRF Annual Report 2020

Our researchers made some extraordinary discoveries in 2020. Read all about them in our newly released annual report.


It Takes a Village – Occupational Therapist

What can an occupational therapist do to improve your overall health. Learn more in our continuing series on how to build a robust treatment team.


Does arthritis cause numbness or tingling?

Check out our experts' answer to this frequently asked question about arthritis symptoms.

 

CPPD – the Lesser-Known Crystal Arthritis

CPPD, or pseudogout, is a painful condition involving the build up of crystals in joints. Learn about the condition, its symptoms, and why it can be difficult to diagnose.

 
 
 

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