This article is a glimpse into the realities of being disabled and having low-to-no income in modern society. Outlined are many of the struggles experienced by those who cannot afford to support themselves throughout disability.
The link between depression and disability is undeniable, but does one cause the other? This article talks about the role that one chronic illness plays in the development of another.
What is costochrondritis? How does it happen? How is it treated and most importantly, how do you say it? Read about this inflammatory condition here!
Lupus is a unique, sometimes deadly auto-immune that presents differently for everyone. This article focuses on the many ways that lupus can manifest in each individual and provides patient insight into this disease.
There are some things chronic illness patients shouldn't have to apologize for, yet so many of us do. I made a list to help inspire others.
Studies show that there's a link between depression and inflammation for many patients. What does this link say about the development of some depression and, will it lead to better treatment in the future?
For some people, tired isn't just tired, it's fatigue. And, chronic fatigue can be a serious problem! This article covers chronic fatigue and some of the causes as well as some helpful tips.
The number of disabled Americans may surprise you! Read more about how many people are disabled and the challenges facing them.
Some people don't believe fibromyalgia exists, but patients with this painful condition certainly do. Learn about why it is so hard to diagnose, symptoms, and the current treatment options.
There are helpful things you can do to support your loved one when they have a chronic condition. And, there are things that really, really aren't helpful. This guide helps you tell the difference!