Rheumatoid arthritis is a type of autoimmune disease. Our bodies’ immune cells assault and kill what they see as foreign invaders, generally bacteria, viruses, and fungi. Nevertheless, with autoimmune diseases, some thing causes the immune system to determine the body’s own tissues as foreign invaders. With rheumatoid arthritis, the immune cells, known as antibodies, crowd into the joints and the joint lining becomes inflamed. This causes swelling and stiffness. Normally, the inflammation goes away continue reading…