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The Top 10 Annoying Things to Say to Someone That’s Just Been Diagnosed

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May 12, 2011

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Lupus, News

Say you’ve just been diagnosed with some awful chronic disease. Now what? Tell everyone you know? Hide it and keep it a secret? Or do the old fake-friend scenario and tell people “I’ve got a *friend* who’s got this problem…” How do we communicate with the rest of the world… Read More
 

Embracing Skiing with My Rheumatoid Arthritis

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May 10, 2011

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Embracing Skiing with My Rheumatoid Arthritis
What’s it like living with RA? I can tell you what it’s like for me . . .SO MUCH FUN!! I kid, I kid. It’s a bummer sometimes, but I try to keep things as lighthearted as possible. I might struggle with certain things and pain might keep me from… Read More
 

Top 10 Packing Tips for Traveling Diabetics

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May 9, 2011

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Top 10 Packing Tips for Traveling Diabetics
Traveling is quite a stressful situation in its own — traveling with diabetes, totally different story.  As I am currently packing for a two week jaunt in a couple of different climates, not only do I need to consider how many pairs of shoes, but how many infusion sets, test… Read More
 

Meet Lyda: Young, Married & Longtime RA Sufferer in her Mid-Twenties

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May 5, 2011

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Meet Lyda: Young, Married & Longtime RA Sufferer in her Mid-Twenties
Hello everyone out there in the internet world! My name is Lyda, what’s yours? I’ve been asked to come here to talk to you about how perfect my life is. Wow, that was a terrible lie. I can’t even keep a straight face saying that. My life is far from… Read More
 

Arthritis: It Isn’t Just For Old People

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May 3, 2011

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Arthritis: It Isn’t Just For Old People
When your average person hears the word ‘arthritis’ what comes to mind? Probably their little 82 year old grandmother, hunched over using her cane talking about the weather aggravating her joints. Her suffering is valid and very real, but that is not the only type of arthritis. Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis… Read More
 

Introducing Disease Specific Guest Bloggers as a New Resource

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May 3, 2011

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In the weeks to come we’re going to be changing the content you’ll see on the Achieve Clinical blog. Up until now most of the news stories relate to different clinical trial discoveries or medical information about clinical trials that Achieve Clinical is involved in. We’ll still publish updates on… Read More
 

5 Dangers Addressing The Importance Of Teenage Smoking Cessation

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April 25, 2011

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News, Smoking Cessation

Teenage smoking cessation should become a major objective. The Food and Drug Administration claims that each day, around 4,000 children smoke their first cigarette before their 18th birthday. By the next decade, it is also expected that 10 million people will die globally each year because of smoking-related issues. That’s… Read More
 

Insulin Alternatives – New Treatments for Diabetes | Diabetes

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April 11, 2011

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No diabetic wants to leave their disorder untreated, lest they suffer nerve damage, vision loss, and possibly death. For this reason, diabetics are forced to monitor their blood sugar levels and inject themselves with insulin twice a day. While this method of diabetic neuropathy treatment has proven effective over the… Read More
 

Clinical Research Trials: Why You Should Participate | Clinical Trials Birmingham

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April 4, 2011

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WHY SHOULD SOMEONE PARTICIPATE IN CLINICAL RESEARCH TRIALS? It is a great question as to why anyone would want to participate in clinical research trials Birmingham. Millions of people do it and there are many reasons why you, or they would want to. It can be rewarding because might you… Read More
 

Current Diabetes Treatment: Lifestyle Changes and Medication | Diabetes

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March 29, 2011

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Diabetes, News

Current diabetic nueropathy consists of a combination of lifestyle changes in the case of Type 2 diabetes and medication in the case of Type 1 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the body develops a resistance to the insulin it produces. In Type 1 diabetes, also called Juvenile Diabetes, the… Read More
 
 
 

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