Arthritis Foundation

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Arthritis Foundation
Arthritis Foundation is listed in the Fund Raising Counselors & Organizations category in Pensacola, Florida. Displayed below are the social networks for Arthritis Foundation which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Arthritis Foundation on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 90.

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8383 N Davis Hwy
Pensacola, FL 32514
(850) 471-1541
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Exciting new research! Arthritis Foundation researcher Dr. Guilak and his team are working to develop a vaccine for arthritis! Find out how his research team is reprogramming stem cells to work as a vaccine to fight the disease:
In February, we reported on Dr. Farshid Guilak’s current Arthritis Foundation-funded trailblazing project, “Engineering New Biologic Therapies for Arthritis.” On May 9, Dr. Guilak’s work will be published in the journal Stem Cell Reports. The paper, entitled “Genome engineering of stem cells for aut...


Research Spotlight: @ArthritisFdn researcher Dr. Guilak is working on developing an #arthritis vaccine! Learn more→ twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Volunteers like #WalkToCureArthritis Honoree Mariah & her team @mariahsmovers are truly the heart of our & mission! twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Join a #WalkToCureArthritis event near you & help us fundraise on our quest for a cure! youtube.com/watch?v=Lyrrbo…


@AmyGoohsHard Love this pic, Alyssa! ❤️


RT @AmyGoohsHard: Meet Alyssa. She has juvenile arthritis. Join us Sunday, 4/30, for a big fundraiser for the @ArthritisFdn. ❤ #arthritis #…

Arthritis Foundation shared Walk To Cure Arthritis's post.
We want to give a special Volunteer Week shoutout to our National Walk To Cure Arthritis Youth Honoree Mariah! Check out her team at Mariah's Movers to see all of the amazing work they're doing for the JA community!
The National Youth Honoree for the Walk To Cure Arthritis is Mariah Aquino-Truss! She is a 10-year-old on a mission. Diagnosed with juvenile arthritis at the age of five, her disease causes severe pain and can even limit her ability to walk. But despite her pain, Mariah is living her dreams – singing and dancing with her performing arts group and helping the world see that kids do get arthritis, too. Learn more about her and find a location near you and register today!
Mariah Aquino-Truss is a 10-year-old on a mission. Diagnosed with juvenile arthritis at the age of five, her disease causes severe pain and can even limit her ability to walk. But despite her pain, Mariah is living her dreams – singing and dancing with her performing arts group and helping the world...

Recent research suggests that people with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) are 43% more likely to have or develop heart disease compared to the general population. It also showed that PsA patients have an increased risk of cerebrovascular disease – conditions such as stroke that affect blood flow to the brain. Learn more about this research below and how you can protect yourself:
Doctors have long known that heart disease is more common in people who have inflammatory conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and psoriasis. But they weren’t sure if this applied to psoriatic arthritis (PsA), which is more complex and not nearly as well studied. Then, in 2016, Canadian rese...

Thank you to our volunteers, our Champions of Yes! You do so much for the arthritis community and the fight to find a cure!

Should a person with gout be put on long-term uric acid-lowering medication to reduce future flares in addition to taking medication for acute flares? And is it safe to keep raising the dose of the medication until uric acid drops below a specified target? A new study may give us some answers:
Gout is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis in the United States, affecting more than 8 million adults. It develops in some people who have high levels of uric acid in the blood. Needle-shaped crystals form in and around joints – often beg