Research shows that even when psoriasis is limited to just the hands and feet, it is still linked to common comorbidities.
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.
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.
An oral PDE-4 inhibitor is already approved, but research is promising for topical version to target plaques.
In a recent study, people using this type of antiretroviral therapy were the least likely among all of the HIV patients to develop coronavirus.
Everyone is stressed about COVID-19. But for lung cancer patients like Bill Westlake, the stakes are especially high.
Hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin are being touted as lifesavers, but in some cases, they could cause sudden death. Learn more about our FREE COVID-19 Patient Support Program for chronic illness patients and their loved ones. While scientists are scrambling to develop new treatments for complications in COVID-19, doctors on the frontlines need to act quickly with […]
What people with rheumatic conditions should know about staying safe and healthy when they’re hurting during COVID-19. Learn more about our FREE COVID-19 Patient Support Program for chronic illness patients and their loved ones. Pain. Swelling. Stiffness. Fatigue. Feeling. Like. Total. Crap. Yes, arthritis flares can make you miserable, regardless of what else is going on […]
But rheumatic disease patients who develop COVID-19 should plan to take a break from these drugs. Learn more about our FREE COVID-19 Patient Support Program for chronic illness patients and their loved ones. If you use a disease-modifying anti-rheumatic drug (DMARD) — whether it’s a traditional DMARD like methotrexate or a biologic DMARD like adalimumab (Humira) — […]