Arthritis Weather Index

Posted: June 15, 2010 in A Day in the Life of Rheumatoid Arthritis
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As most of you Rheumies know, a slight change in weather can lead to some of the nastiest flare ups. While my Rheumatologist swears up and down that there is no tie between RA and rainy or cold weather, I simply beg to differ. My hips can usually predict when storms are a brewing. If you weren’t granted this unwanted weather girl (or boy) gift, check out the Arthritis Weather Index. It is a cool site that can help determine what your joints can expect based on barometric pressure and temperature changes in your local area. 

http://www.arthritistoday.org/community/weather–arthritis-index/index.php?WT.mc_id=45weather

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Comments
  1. Sally Estes says:

    My sisters ra is predictive. I usually don’t flare until the weather is actually upon us–like yesterday.

  2. estetik says:

    Exactly as I wanted somethingI´ve tried Piwik and it worked good!Great Work — thanks.
    tr

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