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School Daze: Tips for Parents with Rheumatoid Arthritis

School Daze: Tips for Parents with Rheumatoid Arthritis

It’s that time of year again – school is back in session! Shopping for supplies, packing lunches, carpooling and homework can be overwhelming for many parents. Imagine having to manage…

Patients, Doctors Need Better Communication And Understanding Of Rare Blood Cancer, Survey Says

A survey conducted by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Novartis found the majority of patients with a rare blood cancer called Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) and physicians have…

Important information to help protect seniors from summer heat

Important information to help protect seniors from summer heat

Staying cool during summer heat isn’t just a question of comfort for senior citizens, it’s a matter of good health. High temperatures can lead to serious heat-related illnesses such as…

Mom with MS: Navigating the Unpredictable Road of Parenthood with a Chronic Illness

Busy moms help run the world. Whether working full-time outside the home, or full-time inside the home, moms are dedicated to meeting the countless needs of their families. We often…

Gearing Up for Summer While Living with Moderate to Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Gearing Up for Summer While Living with Moderate to Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)

Following a long, cold winter that saw heavy snowfall and low temperatures around the country, Americans are finally thawing out and taking full advantage of the sunshine and summer weather.…

7 simple tips for getting a good night’s sleep

7 simple tips for getting a good night’s sleep

We all know that sleep is critical to mental and physical well-being – it’s nature’s way of helping us revitalize ourselves and recover from the wear and tear of the…

Rare but Aware: Speaking Up for Myasthenia Gravis

Imagine experiencing muscle weakness so severe you have difficulty with even the simplest daily tasks, such as speaking, swallowing, chewing, and even breathing normally.1 For people suffering from myasthenia gravis…

When it comes to arthritis, better education often leads to better diagnoses

When it comes to arthritis, better education often leads to better diagnoses

Rachelle Crow, of Chesterfield, Michigan, is living proof that autoimmune and rheumatic diseases can affect people of any age. She was, surprisingly, first diagnosed with osteoarthritis when she was a…

Do your supplements stack up? 4 tips to ensure they make the grade

Do your supplements stack up? 4 tips to ensure they make the grade

Maintaining a healthy diet that includes all the recommended vitamins and nutrients can be a challenge, particularly when the current food landscape is full of overly processed foods that rarely…

The key to a gluten-free breakfast sandwich: potatoes

The key to a gluten-free breakfast sandwich: potatoes

The breakfast sandwich has become a staple of on-the-go mornings. In fact, convenient and high-protein breakfast dishes are rising in popularity, according to a new study from Nielsen Perishables Group.…