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Word Count: 571 Riding into the Future: Roy Roden's Message of Hope for Those with Parkinson's disease Three years ago biking down the block would not have been possible for motivational speaker Roy Roden, one of the 1.5 million Americans who suffer from Parkinson’s disease. But recently he embarked on a journey...
Word Count: 1324 Diabetes management tips: Friends can be a big part of managing your diabetes Tips to support friends and family with diabetes....
Word Count: 397 Need help paying for your medicines? PatientAssistanceNow.com can help Learn about programs to help pay for your medicines....
Word Count: 1007 Being there for loved ones with acute coronary syndrome this summer Summer brings plenty of opportunities for you to spend time with family and friends. Whether you enjoy the summer vacations, barbeques, beach days or the holidays, there are various activities you want to participate in...
Word Count: 1294 Gearing Up for Summer While Living with Moderate to Severe Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Article is especially relevant to outlets in markets with high rheumatoid arthritis incidence rates, including New York City, Charlotte, Dallas, Denver, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Tampa and Orlando....
Word Count: 541 It Takes a Village: Working with Your Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) Healthcare Team This post is sponsored by Eisai Inc. Patients with Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome (LGS) need support from multiple professionals, which as a caregiver, can be extremely daunting. From finding the right doctors, to scheduling, to arranging follow up...
Word Count: 1506 Mom with MS: Navigating the Unpredictable Road of Parenthood with a Chronic Illness Busy moms help run the world. Whether working full-time outside the home, or full-time inside the home, moms are dedicated to meeting the countless needs of their families. We often see stories about moms who...
Word Count: 1337 How one woman has embraced her life after relapsing multiple sclerosis diagnosis When Vivian Wexler first began experiencing fatigue, weakness, and numbness in her legs and tremors in her hands, she attributed it to stress. Why wouldn’t it be stress-related? At the time, she was a corporate...
Word Count: 670 Patients, Doctors Need Better Communication And Understanding Of Rare Blood Cancer, Survey Says A survey conducted by The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and Novartis found the majority of patients with a rare blood cancer called Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML) and physicians have a reasonable understanding of the...
Word Count: 666 Travel, Adventure and Hemophilia Whether sea kayaking off the San Juan Islands or hitting the ski slopes in Utah, 20-year-old Myles Ganley takes any chance he can to explore the outdoors. And he does so while managing severe hemophilia...
Word Count: 520 Painful Conversations: Survey finds doctors and people with pain uncomfortable discussing prescription drug abuse The truth on the painful conversations between doctors and patients....
Word Count: 427 3 reasons to pay attention to an irregular heartbeat Learn 3 important reasons to monitor your heart health....
Word Count: 1102 The top 3 things your dermatologist wants you to know Dermatologists want you to be aware of these signs and symptoms....
Word Count: 763 Rare but Aware: Speaking Up for Myasthenia Gravis Imagine experiencing muscle weakness so severe you have difficulty with even the simplest daily tasks, such as speaking, swallowing, chewing, and even breathing normally.1 For people suffering from myasthenia gravis (MG), a rare, debilitating neurological...
Word Count: 640 The Causes of Dry Eye Go Beyond the Obvious Burning or stinging feeling in your eyes? Do they feel dry and uncomfortable? You may not be alone. Studies suggest that, in the United States, up to 7.8% of women aged 50 or older and...
Word Count: 1040 Busy schedule? Here are some tips to help manage food allergies Here are some tips to help manage food allergies....
Word Count: 672 A new option for patients with brain diseases A look at how minimally invasive robotic laser therapy enables surgeons to access lesions previously considered difficult to access or inoperable...
Word Count: 1345 New treatment option for previously treated advanced stage lung cancer Cancer claims the lives of half a million Americans every year. While the rates of certain cancers have declined due to earlier diagnosis and prevention efforts, lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer deaths...

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