Driving with Arthritis

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Driving is an important part of staying independent, but arthritis can complicate your ability to safely operate a car. Whether stiffness in your neck prevents you from checking your blind spot, or achy fingers make it hard to turn the wheel, arthritis can make driving more difficult—and even dangerous. More than half of people with rheumatoid […]
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