Juvenile Arthritis: The Ultimate Teen Guide
gives you an in-depth orientation to JIA and what you can do to live well with the disease. . . . The book is written directly to teens, in a language that's easy to understand, yet does not speak down to the reader. (HealthCentral, April 2010
Rouba gives advice on living with the disease, including treatment options, diet and exercise tips, and managing mental and physical health. (VOYA, June / July 2009
About the Author
is an author, writer, and public relations professional, who was diagnosed with juvenile rheumatoid arthritis at age two. She is also a member of the Arthritis National Research Foundation's Advisory Board.