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If You Have ‘Palmoplantar’ Psoriasis, You’re Also at Risk for Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Mood Disorders

If You Have ‘Palmoplantar’ Psoriasis, You’re Also at Risk for Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Mood Disorders

Oct 15// Psoriasis

Research shows that even when psoriasis is limited to just the hands and feet, it is still linked to common comorbidities.

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Anemia Might Be Early Sign of Crohn’s Disease, Especially in Men

Sep 25// Inflammatory Bowel Disease

A new study suggests that otherwise healthy people who’ve recently developed anemia ought to be flagged as higher risk for developing Crohn’s disease.

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Blood Cancers Like Leukemia May Lead to More Severe Cases of COVID-19 Than Other Kinds of Cancer

Sep 17// Cancer Coronavirus COVID-19

New research suggests that diseases like leukemia and lymphoma pose a particular risk for coronavirus outcomes.

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CREAKYJOINTS PRESENTS TUMBLER AND TIPSY BY MICHAEL KULUVA VIRTUAL PRESENTATION OF THE SPRING/SUMMER 2021 COLLECTION DURING NEW YORK FASHION WEEK

Sep 04// Press Releases
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT Jessica Daitch Phone: 917-816-6712 Email: [email protected]   Global Audience Invited to Engage at Home to Celebrate Accessible Fashion UPPER NYACK, NY (September 3, 2020) – CreakyJoints®, a Global Healthy Living Foundation digital patient community for people with all forms of arthritis, today announces it will present the Spring/Summer 2021 Tumbler [...]
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What the Prime Minister of Japan Taught Me About Navigating My ‘Invisible’ Crohn’s Disease at Work — and in Life

Aug 31// Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Witnessing a world leader step down to prioritize health reminds me that doing this is not admitting defeat, but rather taking charge of the fight.

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‘Leaky Gut’ Might Be an Early Warning Sign of Crohn’s Disease, New Research Shows

Aug 25// Inflammatory Bowel Disease

People who went on to be diagnosed with Crohn’s disease were significantly more likely to have had ‘abnormal intestinal permeability’ than people who did not have a Crohn’s diagnosis.

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Chemo Side Effects, Radiation, and COVID on the Rise: My 2020 Breast Cancer Battle Continues

Aug 25// Cancer

Triple-negative breast cancer patient Marisa Sullivan shares what it’s like to recovery from chemotherapy and start radiation treatment during this fraught and frightening time.

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Managing Migraine With Medical Treatments: Acute Treatments to Stop Migraine Attacks When They Happen

Aug 18// Migraine
Migraine is a complex disease of the brain and nerves that causes attacks of headache, nausea and vomiting, hypersensitivity to light and noise, and other symptoms. Attacks can be disabling. For most people with the condition, both lifestyle management and medication are needed. This article covers medications for treating migraine attacks when they happen—called acute [...]
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Managing Migraine With Medical Treatments: Preventive Treatments to Reduce Migraine Attack Frequency

Aug 18// Migraine
Migraine is a painful and disabling disease of the nerves and brain that can be treated with a combination of acute treatment to stop attacks when they occur and preventive medication ad lifestyle changes to reduce the frequency of attacks. In this article, preventive medications to reduce frequency and severity of attacks are covered. When [...]
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Managing Migraine With Lifestyle Changes

Aug 18// Migraine
Although migraine is a complex brain disease not fully understand yet, much has been learned in the last decade. Increased knowledge has led to better understanding and new ways of managing and treating migraine to reduce the frequency and severity of attacks. There are two main branches for managing migraine: lifestyle changes and medical treatments. [...]
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