Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (JRA) is avoidable and reversible in the vast majority of cases. The most common type that children get is juvenile idiopathic arthritis from the ages between 7 to 12.
Your doctor won’t tell you that, and worse than that your doctor, like the vast majority of doctors, not only believes that there is no cure for RA but has no clue why Rheumatoid Arthritis shows up in the first place.
So if your kid(s) have or are starting to have RA symptoms, it’s time to turn that mechanism around.
The good news is that it’s simple to do so. The bad news is that there is no magic pill, and it’s going to take some effort and lifestyle changes. But it’s that, or a lifetime of pain, limitation, which includes joint deformity and possible organ failure in the elder years.
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