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Get the Facts
Arthritis Foundation - Disease Center
Review information and facts on the more than 100 types of arthritis.
Frequently Asked Questions
The CDC answers questions about arthritis from the general public.
Self-Assessment Tools
Assess Your Risk
This quiz will tell you if you might be at risk so you can take preventive actions today to protect your joints.
Assess Your Symptoms
Answer a few questions and find out if you have the symptoms of arthritis.
Resources
Arthritis Foundation
The Arthritis Foundation is the only national not-for-profit organization that supports the more than 100 types of arthritis and related conditions with advocacy, programs, services and research.
CDC's Arthritis Home Page
Information and links about Arthritis from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Meals in Minutes for Arthritis
It's easy to let nutrition slide when coping with arthritis. Stay strong with these simple tips.
Diet and Your Arthritis
A look at the research on diet and its effect on arthritis, plus a guide to a healthy diet.
Find Offices in Georgia
Enter your ZIP code to find the closest Arthritis Foundation office near you.
How To Take Care of Yourself
If you have been diagnosed with arthritis, you may think you can't do anything about it. But you can! This website offers practical tips to make living with arthritis easier.
Intervention Programs
The CDC Arthritis Program recommends several evidence-based programs that are proven to improve the quality of life of people with arthritis.
Tai Chi For Health
This proven program developed by Dr. Paul Lam helps people with arthritis who are at risk of falling. Check with your local senior center to find out when this program will be offered.

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