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Lupus Research Advancements You Need to Know About

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April 27, 2016

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Lupus, News

Lupus Research Advancements You Need to Know About
Lupus, a condition everyone fears, is an autoimmune disease that can lead to extreme pain and discomfort. Lupus is a lifelong disease without a known cure. Fortunately there are treatments options available that can minimize the effects and pain of lupus, but without proper treatment the disease can worsen and… Read More
 

What’s the Best Diet for Axial Spondyloarthritis?

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April 19, 2016

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What’s the Best Diet for Axial Spondyloarthritis?
There might not be a cure, but a healthy diet for axial spondyloarthritis can yield significant results for your health and well being. Eating a diet that is rich in vitamins and nutrients will help your overall health. Some of these healthy foods can even cut down on inflammation. This… Read More
 

Migraine or Headache: How to Tell the Difference

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April 11, 2016

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Migraine Headaches, News

Migraine or Headache: How to Tell the Difference
Have you ever wondered whether you’re having a migraine or just a “regular” headache? It can be hard to tell the difference! Recognizing one from the other is important though. It can help you: Get better treatments Find faster relief Help prevent the headaches/migraines in the first place Now that… Read More
 

8 Tips for Avoiding IBS Flare-Ups

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March 31, 2016

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Irritable Bowel Syndrome, News

8 Tips for Avoiding IBS Flare-Ups
If you have irritable bowel syndrome, you already know how uncomfortable and inconvenient a flare-up can be! IBS symptoms can range from bloating to bathroom emergencies to abdominal pain. Today we are here to give you 8 great tips to avoid these IBS flare-ups. 1) Relax Easier said than done,… Read More
 

Are Anemia and Rheumatoid Arthritis Related?

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March 17, 2016

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Anemia, Arthritis, News, Rheumatoid Arthritis

Are Anemia and Rheumatoid Arthritis Related?
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects the joints. It is a systemic autoimmune disease. Unfortunately if you have RA, your body is attacking its own tissue. It thinks that it is a foreign invader rather than an essential part of your system. This results in your immune system attacking the cushion of… Read More
 

15 Kidney Disease Symptoms You Might Have Missed

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March 3, 2016

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Kidney Disease, News, Renal Impairment

15 Kidney Disease Symptoms You Might Have Missed
Did you know that your kidneys could be in jeopardy without you even realizing it? During it’s earliest stages, kidney disease symptoms don’t always present themselves clearly. Most cases aren’t diagnosed until after it has reached a critical stage. Kidney failure is deadly, so being able to recognize kidney disease… Read More
 

7 Lupus Triggers You Should Know About

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February 24, 2016

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7 Lupus Triggers You Should Know About
Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease. The damage affects numerous parts of the body, including the skin, joints, and even the internal organs. If you have lupus, you already know that it’s a disease of flares and remissions. The remission times provide relief, but you probably dread the flare-ups. Lupus… Read More
 

Top Risk Factors for Hypertension

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February 15, 2016

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High Blood Pressure, News

Top Risk Factors for Hypertension
Did you know that high blood pressure (hypertension) is actually very common? This comes as a surprise to many, but 1 in every 3 American adults has developed hypertension. That’s shocking, but there are things that you can do to reduce your chances of developing high blood pressure. You should… Read More
 

Best Exercises for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain

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February 11, 2016

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Best Exercises for Osteoarthritis Knee Pain
Experts have known for a long time that exercise can help relieve pain and improve function for people with knee osteoarthritis. Maybe you already go on gentle walks, swims and bike rides to help your health and improve your condition. Aerobic activity is a great part of any well-rounded exercise… Read More
 

Can a Migraine Headache be Triggered by the Weather?

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January 28, 2016

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Migraine Headaches, News

Can a Migraine Headache be Triggered by the Weather?
Living with chronic migraines can be very challenging. While your symptoms can be hard to predict, it helps to know what your migraine triggers are. Many people notice an increase in migraines during the winter months and ask themselves if the weather caused it. The answer is often “yes”! Headaches… Read More
 
 
 

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