Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month
Posted by Hannah Sinemus on July 11th, 2016
Posted in: Consumer Health
You might think arthritis is something only grandparents can get, but it is a condition that affects people of all ages. Did you know there are seven types of Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis?
- Polyarticular, rheumatoid factor negative
- Polyarticular, rheumatoid factor positive
For activities and resources to help teach kids and teens all about JIA:
- KidsHealth from Nemours offers more in-depth information about the different types of JIA.
- Visit the kids/teens page of the Arthritis Foundation website for coloring pages, tips from kids and teens, and stories about kids with juvenile arthritis.
- From the office of Women’s Health: “The Best Bones Forever! Campaign offers girls fun activities, quizzes, and recipes to encourage girls to get active and eat more foods with calcium and vitamin D.”
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