Elizabeth Medeiros is a young adult who has dealt with juvenile arthritis since she was a small child. However, her pain hasn't stopped her from working on a product design degree in Boston. Her passion is to create products that make life easier for the chronically ill, such as shoes and walking canes. When she's not in class, Elizabeth enjoys writing about how she's coped with arthritis at such a young age. You can find more of her writings at ArthritisGirl.Blogspot.com and on Instagram @GirlWithArthritis.
A recent study concluded that children with juvenile arthritis (JA) who are active in making healthcare decisions had better treatment outcomes, quality of life, and school attendance. While the ... Read more
Juvenile arthritis (JA) is an invisible illness. While the life of the person with JA is significantly affected by the pain and hardships associated with the disease, their struggles are ... Read more
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