Rheumatoid Arthritis Signs Can Show Up Early

Recent research shows that signs of rheumatoid arthritis can show up one to two years before a diagnosis.

Researchers collected data from over 1,000 participants, and the findings will be published in the journal Mayo Clinic Proceedings next month.

Rheumatoid arthritis symptoms can include joint pain or swelling, but 40% of patients have symptoms that don’t involve the joints, such as fatigue, fever and loss of appetite.

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