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Bones

Have you checked up on your bones health lately? NIAMS can help you get started with free health info! - Healthy Bone card

Most kids do not get enough calcium in their diets. Is your child getting enough? - Calcium Children card

May is National Osteoporosis Month. Do you have a loved one who suffers from osteoporosis? The NIAMS can help with free info and resources.

Falls are serious at any age, and breaking a bone after a fall becomes more likely as you age. Image of a retirement woman fell down in a restroom

Joints

African American women are 3 times more likely to have lupus than white women - African American Women Lupus card
Could it be...lupus? - Lupus card
Lupus is known as the 'Great Imitator'. - Lupus Imitator card
Keeping your joints healthy is important at every age. - Healthy Joints card

Children of all ages and ethnic backgrounds can get arthritis, just like adults. - Arthritis Children card

We know arthritis can be painful, but there are things you can do to feel better. Visit the NIAMS website for info and tips on managing arthritis: https://www.niams.nih.gov/outreach/

Exercise is key to reducing the symptoms of juvenile arthritis. Swimming is a good activity because it does not put weight on the joints.

Juvenile arthritis affects children of all ages and ethnic backgrounds.

Muscles

Healthy muscles help keep you active and moving. - Healthy Muscles card

The majority of people diagnosed with fibromyalgia are women, but men and children can also be affected. - Muscles Fibromyalgia card

Skin

Rotating images: Tips for keeping your skin healthy; Wash your hands regularly; Try to get 1 hour or more of physical activity each day; Get enough sleep; Get started! - Healthy Skin card

Scleroderma can affect several parts of your body. Treatment and support from family and friends can help manage the condition. Find out more at https://www.niams.nih.gov/outreach/

Psoriasis can run in families, but some outside factors, such as infections or stress, can make symptoms worse.  Learn more at the NIAMS.

Treatments for psoriasis include medicines applied to the skin, light treatment, and medicines by mouth or injection. Find out more from the NIAMS: https://www.niams.nih.gov/outreach

Communities

African American women are 3 times more likely to have lupus than white women - African American Women Lupus card
NIAMS: your destination for reliable info in Spanish. - Other Languages card
NIAMS: your destination for reliable info in Spanish. - Other Languages card
NIAMS wishes you a happy and healthy National Hispanic Heritage Month! - September card
NIAMS wishes you a happy and healthy American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month! - November card

NIAMS wishes you a happy and healthy American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month! - November card

Keeping your bones, joints, muscles, and skin healthy is important for women of all ages!

Some conditions are more common in men than women.

Exercise is key to reducing the symptoms of juvenile arthritis. Swimming is a good activity because it does not put weight on the joints.

Juvenile arthritis affects children of all ages and ethnic backgrounds.

Do you take care of older family members? NIAMS has information on healthy aging in English and Spanish. Bone Card - an elder farther and a middle aged daughter

General

Start planning for a healthy 2017 - Healthy 2017 card
Are you ready for a healthy 2017? NIAMS can help! - Ready 2017 card
Looking for reliable health information? NIAMS can help! - December card

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You can also contact our information specialists by email at NIAMSinfo@mail.nih.gov or
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E-Newsletters

Stay connected with the NIAMS through our e-newsletters and announcements.

NIAMS update newsletter

The NIAMS Update is a monthly digest published for those interested in the latest scientific news and resources on diseases of the bones, joints, muscles, and skin.

COI Newsletter

The NIAMS Community Outreach Bulletin, formerly the NIAMS Multicultural Outreach News, is an online digest designed to inform community advocates and health professionals about resources for diverse audiences on conditions of the bones, joints, muscles and skin and ways to stay healthy.

AIAN newsletter

Honoring Health: Resources for American Indians and Alaska Natives is an e-newsletter that features a different health topic in each issue and highlights resources, events, training, and grants and funding opportunities.

Announcement newsletter

News about NIAMS activities and people.