Arthritis Foundation

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Arthritis Foundation
Arthritis Foundation is listed in the Social Service Organizations category in Tucson, Arizona. 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.

Contact information for Arthritis Foundation is:
434 S Williams Blvd
Tucson, AZ 85711
(520) 917-7070

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Arthritis Foundation has an overall ZapScore of 90. This means that Arthritis Foundation has a higher ZapScore than 90% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Tucson, Arizona is 39 and in the category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore.

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On Thursday, the Senate introduced its version of health reform legislation, the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). We're working hard to ensure that YOU have affordable access to the care you need, so we've put together some FAQs and broken down exactly what you need to know about this bill to learn how it might change your coverage, costs and access to medical care, and the actions we are taking. Download and share this document here→ http://bit.ly/BCRAFAQ


We break down exactly what you need to know about #BCRA, FAQs & the actions we are taking bit.ly/BCRAFAQ


Self care is key with #arthirtis, but you can burn out! Let's check with some social voices on how they handle it: twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


Meet Dr. Ahmed & learn about his research project that could help delay or reduce the further development of RA: twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

If you suffer from RA, Dr. Salah Ahmed’s research project may be just your cup of tea — green tea, that is! Learn about his Arthritis Foundation-funded research project that looks at the effects of an anti-inflammatory molecule (EGCG) found in green tea on a protein (Mcl-1) found in RA joints:
Dr. Ahmed’s 2014 Innovative Research Grant project, “Mechanism of Mcl-1 regulation in RA by EGCG”, looked at the effects of an anti-inflammatory molecule found in green tea (epigallocatechin-3-gallate or EGCG) on a protein (Mcl-1) found in RA joints.


@aanavee We're so grateful for all you do for the kids in our JA community, Ana. You're an inspiration! #StrongerThanJA #KidsGetArthritisToo


RT @aanavee: This one goes out to all the kids who don't think they can make it through. (+the families who support them) You're my hero. #…

The Senate has released its draft of the American Health Care Act, and they may be voting on it as soon as next week. We want you to know that our Advocacy team is on the ground in Washington, and we are closely evaluating how this bill could affect people with arthritis. In the meantime, help us advocate and make sure the voice of the arthritis community is heard! Call your senators, share your story on social media, or find a town hall event to attend during the Fourth of July recess when your senators will be in your home state! Your voice matters, and together we can make a difference.

Actor Clark Middleton has spent a lifetime defying limits and arthritis, and now he's busy inspiring others in our community! “I’m living the dream and I want to be able to give back,” he says. “If I can help other kids with JA make lemonade out of lemons, that’s important to me.” Learn more about Clark's incredible journey and how he manages to balance an acting career with arthritis:
Art imitates life imitates art. Actor Clark Middleton, of NBC’s The Blacklist and Hulu’s The Path, is keenly aware of the parallels between his on-camera and off-camera lives. “Acting is dealing with obstacles and problems, and I think I’ve learned

Are you weather sensitive? Lots of people with arthritis are! If you thought predicting rain in your knees was just an old wives' tale, think again. Recent studies are backing up this phenomenon:
Yes, the cold and humidity can make your joints ache. Can you feel a storm coming in your knees? So can lots of people with arthritis. Some doctors think that these stories of weather causing joint pain are old wives’ tales, but science is backing up the phenomenon. Are You Weather Sensitive? Some p...