Brain Boost: June Is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

June, the Alzheimer’s Association boosts awareness of brain health during Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, shining a light on Alzheimer’s disease and other devastating dementias that affect more than 55 million people worldwide.  According to the Alzheimer’s Association, “The number of Americans living with Alzheimer’s is growing — and growing fast.” In fact, more than 6.5 million Americans …

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5 Tips to Help You Prepare For Your Next Doctor’s Appointment

When you aren’t feeling well, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed at a doctor’s appointment. If you’re experiencing new symptoms or if your old symptoms have gotten worse, you may feel anxious, and nervous, and may forget to ask important questions. Doctor’s visits are often pressed for time, which may add to your nervousness. …

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Why Is the Dialysis Diet Important For End-Stage Kidney Disease?

When living with chronic kidney disease, there are many lifestyle changes that can be made to help support your kidneys and prevent the disease from progressing to later stages. A kidney-friendly diet is one of the most important precautions you can follow. For those already in end-stage kidney disease, you may find yourself wondering if …

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7 Diet and Exercise Tips to Improve Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms

Have you ever eaten extra healthy for a few days? Meals consisted of green leafy vegetables, lots of fruit, lean protein, wholesome grains, and heart-healthy fats. After following a nutrient-dense diet for several days, you may have noticed improved energy levels, less brain fog, and better sleep. This is because the foods you eat have …

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What You Need to Know About the Three Different Types of Dialysis

When you’ve been diagnosed with chronic kidney disease (CKD), you and your health care provider will discuss treatment options to help manage your condition and prevent it from progressing to kidney failure. Treatment will depend on what stage of the disease and if there are any underlying causes, like diabetes or high blood pressure. In …

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5 Simple Ways to Differentiate Rheumatoid Arthritis From Fibromyalgia

After waking up in the morning, you notice feeling exhausted despite getting a good night of rest. You also notice your joints are feeling more swollen and stiffer. Even your muscles feel a little achier than usual.  These symptoms may be related, or they could be completely separate. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and fibromyalgia (FM) both …

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How Digitization Helps Patients Become Their Own Health Advocates

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed many aspects of people’s lives, including health care. Many physicians and practices were forced to transition from traditional, in-person doctor’s visits to telehealth appointments. Only under more extreme or necessary circumstances were patients allowed in-person visits, and often times they were forced to go to those visits alone and without …

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10 Things You Need to Know About Living With a Mental Illness

Going to therapy or talking with friends or family about things like anxiety, depression or PTSD, was once considered taboo. But, mental health has increasingly become a more widely accepted topic of discussion. In 2018, the American Psychological Association found that 87% of American adults agreed that having a mental health disorder is nothing to be ashamed …

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What is The Link Between Depression and Multiple Sclerosis?

When you have a condition like multiple sclerosis, it’s vital to pay close attention to the physical symptoms and limitations of the condition. Things like difficulty walking, changes in vision, and increasing fatigue all have a significant impact on daily life and can provide signals of disease progress. Because patients and doctors alike can be …

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