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How Western Medicine Has Begun to Adopt Acupuncture
How Western Medicine Has Begun to Adopt Acupuncture

By Jovanka JoAnn Milivojevic

There’s no doubt that life comes with some aches and pains. Headaches get...

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How MS Became a More Manageable Disease
How MS Became a More Manageable Disease

By Alison Palkhivala

When you hear the words multiple sclerosis, what comes to mind? Wheelchairs? Slurred speech? Richard Pryor in...

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Are Your Medications Making You Worse?
Are Your Medications Making You Worse?

By Jovanka JoAnn Milivojevic

Statistics show that three out of four older Americans have multiple chronic illnesses for which they...

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The Importance of Self Education for Those Suffering from Chronic Disease
The Importance of Self Education for Those Suffering from Chronic Disease

By Kathryn Doyle

When you are first diagnosed with a chronic disease, you’ll have lots of questions. Fully understanding your condition...

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How Asthma Treatment Evolves as You Age
How Asthma Treatment Evolves as You Age

By Kathryn Doyle

A boy playing peewee soccer struggles to keep up with his teammates on the pitch. He stumbles...

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Is a Clinical Trial Right for You?
Is a Clinical Trial Right for You?

By Jovanka JoAnn Milivojevic

Before a pharmaceutical drug, medical procedure or treatment can be used on the general population, it has...

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The Benefits of Running with Chronic Illness
The Benefits of Running with Chronic Illness

By Meagan Bates

Runners are part of the daily scenery in any given city; the slow ones, the fast ones, the ones...

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Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Facing it Head-On
Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Facing it Head-On

By Alison Palkhivala

There is perhaps nothing more frightening than the notion that you are losing your mind....

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Yoga and Chronic Disease: A Source of Relief
Yoga and Chronic Disease: A Source of Relief

By Meagan Bates

In the ancient language, Sanskrit, yoga means “union”. The synchronization of mind and body creates a sense of calm...

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Why Type 2 Diabetics Shouldn’t Fear the Needle
Why Type 2 Diabetics Shouldn’t Fear the Needle

By Alison Palkhivala

Trypanophobia. You’ve probably never heard the term, but you almost certainly know someone who has it. It’s the fear...

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