When one thinks about arthritis, the first image that may likely come to mind is an elderly person hobbling around, dealing with the daily struggles of joint inflammation with each painful step.
Arthritis can affect children, too. At any point before he or she matures into an adult, his or her body may experience a chronic inflammatory response that causes joint pain, skin rashes or more complex internal organ issues.
These symptoms are treatable, but they’ll need to be recognized first. Here’s how to do so.