9 Ways to Find Relief From Chronic Rheumatoid Arthritis Pain

Experiment with these strategies to find what works best for you. From fatigue to loss of appetite, rheumatoid arthritis (RA) can impact your life in a number of ways, but the most limiting symptom for many people is pain. Because that pain comes in different forms, you may need more than one strategy to relieve it. “The […]

5 Things a Rheumatologist Wants You to Know About Rheumatoid Arthritis

Newly diagnosed with RA? A Cleveland Clinic rheumatologist explains some basics for you. If you’ve just been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), you probably have a lot of questions about the condition and what it may mean for your future health and quality of life. This inflammatory autoimmune disease affects many people: 1.5 million U.S. adults […]

5 Warning Signs That Rheumatoid Arthritis Is Getting Worse

Rheumatoid arthritis, also known as RA, is a joint disease characterized by inflammation and pain. The condition is also three times more likely to impact women, according to research published in the journal Rheumatology International. And one of the trickiest things about treating rheumatoid arthritis is that this autoimmune disease doesn’t progress the same in everyone who has it. Some […]

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Arthritis

Most people understand that arthritis has to do with swollen and painful joints. But beyond that, there are a lot of misconceptions about the condition. Television commercials would have you believe that only the elderly experience arthritis, and that a miracle pill can get them back out on the tennis court or playing on the […]

Weston teen with dyslexia thriving after creating million-dollar mug business

BOSTON – We first got to know Max Ash six years ago. He was an 11-year-old from Weston with dyslexia and he was just starting his mug business. Now Max and Max’is Creations are thriving. Max said even he was surprised to see how big his idea has gotten. “I thought we were going to sell maybe a […]

Quantum leap towards transplanting stem cells into the intestines

Stem cell transplantation can cure mice suffering from inflammation in the large intestine. This is good news for ulcerative colitis patients, as it may lead to the development of new treatment forms that do not result in an ostomy. 30,000-35,000 Danes suffer from inflammation in the large intestine, a condition also known as ulcerative colitis. […]

The Viruses That Fight Disease – A surprising precision weapon against Crohn’s and ulcerative colitis

The myriads of microbes in our gut collectively termed the microbiome, are considered important to our health, but they can also harbor bacteria that contribute to inflammatory bowel disease or other disorders. Currently, however, it is impossible to target such disease-contributing bacteria without harming the surrounding beneficial microbes. Antibiotics kill friendly microbes along with harmful […]

3 Reliable Signs That Your Tinnitus is Going Away

Have you recently started experiencing Tinnitus or a ringing in the ears? Do your ears randomly ring for a few seconds? Are you incredibly anxious to find out when this unexpected chaos inside of your head will end? Is this ringing going to become a permanent nightmare you have to live with? Or, will it stop soon […]

3 things I wish I knew when I was first diagnosed with dyspraxia

Written by Rosemary Richings Having a diagnosis early on in my life didn’t solve everything. The biggest advantage of all though is that it gave me peace of mind about why I responded to my environment in such a distinct way. That part really matters, and it’s why having a diagnosis shouldn’t be a luxury […]

6 things I wish people knew about parenting a child with dyspraxia

Written By Michele Gianetti Our daughter, Elizabeth, was 2½ when she was first diagnosed with dyspraxia. I have to admit that at the time, I couldn’t have told you very much about what that meant — or even what dyspraxia is. But since then, we’ve lived 19 years with our beautiful daughter, and we’ve learned so much. We’ve […]

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