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Caprice_WebMD_Staff posted:
WebMD's first Patient Support Center went live! This special section on RA offers tips and coping skills based on how you're feeling today.

This includes the ability to slide the slider from Worse to Good for content based on how you are feeling each day.

AND offers a simple quiz called 'Is This Normal?' Have you been wondering about an aspect of your RA? If so, you should give the quiz a try.

In addition, the program presents Your RA Self-Help Checklist to help you start living a healthier life with RA.

And we feature videos with comedian Matt Iseman, a funny guy living with RA, and Sara Nash, a young woman with RA trying to make it in NYC.

Check it out!
We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us. ~Joseph Campbell
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