Living with fibromyalgia may make you change many things about your life. However, there are a few things that you can learn from your condition too.
Although PsA and RA share many similarities, there is a difference between the two. From blood markers to diagnosis to joint involvement, learn more about these two conditions here.
There are over 100 potential symptoms of fibromyalgia. The most commonly reported symptoms are pain, numbness, fatigue, mood and memory issues, depression, and anxiety.
Depression can weaken communication skills. If you or a loved one is dealing with depression, you may notice changes in speech, expressing feelings and maintaining relationships.
Seasonal affective disorder (SAD) is a type of depression that lasts during the winter, mitigating in the spring when nicer weather comes. An estimated 5% of Americans suffer from SAD.
Despite what you may have been told, fat isn't always the bad guy in your diet. There are fats which are necessary in our diet – for energy and absorption of key vitamins.
If you’ve found out you have breast cancer, you certainly have a lot of questions. You’re probably wondering if you need to have chemo or radiation and most of all — will you require a mastectomy?
Those of us who endure the pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia know all too well how the weather can play a role in our pain level and how much energy we have on any given day.
When you have lupus, you experience a myriad of symptoms every day. What may be alarming is when you start experiencing symptoms on your skin — especially when you don't know what to expect.