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Why not submit your story about living with arthritis and share any helpful tips you have to deal with it.
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Signs & Symptoms

There are many different types of symptoms to do with arthritis and the symptoms you experience will vary depending on the type of arthritis you have.

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Treatment

Reduce inflammation in the joints, relieve pain, prevent or slow joint damage, reduce disability and provide support to help you live as active a life as possible.

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Welcome To Arthritis In Young People

Arthritis In Young People is a project started in order to try and help raise the awareness of arthritis in young people. We think that the awareness of the awful disease in children and young adults is nowhere near as high as it should be. The aim of this site is to help sufferers and their families to come along and make new friends, learn about the disease and keep up to date on relevant news.

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Your Stories

Submit your story on living with arthritis and have it featured on our website... Pretty cool, eh?

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Latest Events & Fundraisers

Sky Dive

4th October 2014 | 11.45am

On the 4th October 2014 Arthritis In Young People will be jumping from an aeroplane at 13,000 feet! We are hoping to raise around £500 for the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS). They do a fantastic job and our close to our hearts.

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Clarendon Way Walk

5th October 2014 | 10:30am

If you are looking for a challenging sponsored walk in Hampshire this year which is off road, picturesque and challenging then look no further. The course follows the route from Salisbury to Winchester along the ancient Clarendon Way. More than 90% is off road, with the trail following country tracks and paths - many of which have not changed since being travelled by the ancient Kings and Queens of England.

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AIYP Fun Day

4th October 2014 | 11.45am

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