17 Oct 2013
24 Jul 2013
July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month, and as the end of the month approaches, we wanted to share the story of a brave, strong, and resilient 17 month old baby girl, Reagan Brown, who suffers from a rare form of juvenile arthritis. In November of 2012,...
17 Jul 2013
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02 Apr 2013juvenile rheumatoid arthritis at age four and has been living with the disease for most of her life. Her case is a unique one though because she spends her time split between America, her home country, and Switzerland, where her parents are based for work. Living on two continents has shown Shelley two varying sides of living with arthritis and has made her a worldlier person.
19 Mar 2013
At only 5 and a half years old, Ethan Golden is changing the way people view arthritis. He was diagnosed with juvenile idiopathic arthritis one year ago and also suffers from epilepsy, asthma, and reflux. However, none of his diseases are slowing him down. He...
13 Mar 2013
Miranda Gerber, now 19, was diagnosed with Polyarticular Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthitis just before she turned two years old. She, like many children faced with arthritis, underwent social hardships, physical pain, and daily doses of medications that sometimes made her feel worse. In spite of her past however, and still fighting through arthritis presently, she holds strong and never loses hope that one day things will turn around. Below, is her story...
21 Dec 2012juvenile arthritis research with special charity for children. Many people are unaware that kids get arthritis, too. At the ANRF, working towards a cure for juvenile arthritis, a disease that affects an estimated 300,000 children in the United States, is very important. To ensure that juvenile arthritis research receives funding each year, the ANRF established The Kelly Award for Juvenile Arthritis Research, an award guaranteeing that at the very least the ANRF will support one juvenile arthritis research project every year!
15 Dec 2012holiday giving. How many times are we reminded to be jolly and give during every Christmas holiday season? It is easy to be jolly and give during the Christmas season if you have no cares, are healthy and able to participate in all the fun activities that this special season offers. But what if you couldn’t join in the fun? What if you or your child couldn’t share the excitement, the laughter, the complete joy