Social Media Messages

Raise awareness about your arthritis activities and programs by sending out Facebook and Twitter messages through social media channels. Below are general Facebook posts and tweets that you can use.

Facebook
  • Arthritis is at an all-time high. 58.5 million adults over age 18 have it, and more than half are working age. Physical activity and workshops on managing arthritis can help improve symptoms. http://bit.ly/2iDkuOWexternal icon
  • In rural America, self-management education workshops are helping people learn non-drug ways to ease arthritis pain and improve overall health. www.cdc.gov/arthritis
  • Soccer and elite distance running may be associated with knee osteoarthritis later in life. If you are living with sore joints, find out how to relieve pain now. http://bit.ly/PA4Arthexternal icon
Twitter
  • Children ages 6 to 17 need at least an hour of physical activity each day, but childhood activities can make recreational activities difficult. Learn more about #JuvenileArthritis. http://bit.ly/3h0l7Qqexternal icon
  • Sports teach children the skills they need to succeed in life, but #JuvenileArthritis can make activities difficult. July is #JuvenileArthritisAwareness month. Learn more about the signs and symptoms. http://bit.ly/3h0l7Qqexternal icon
  • #Arthritis limits the activities of about 24M adults who have it. Learn how physical activity can help.  http://bit.ly/2oeBE5Yexternal icon
  • Providers: Urge patients w/ #arthritis to be physically active to ease joint pain. http://bit.ly/2oeBE5Yexternal icon
  • Arthritis Patients: Attending workshops on managing #arthritis can help reduce your symptoms. http://bit.ly/2kdL9SWexternal icon
  • Learn non-drug ways to reduce #arthritis pain and improve your health through workshops in #rural areas. http://bit.ly/2kdL9SWexternal icon
  • OW! Severe joint pain affects nearly 15 M US adults or over 1 in 4 adults w/ #arthritis. Physical activity can help relieve arthritis pain. www.cdc.gov/arthritis