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Teri Robert

Teri Robert, Health Guide

Author of "Living Well with Migraine Disease and Headaches"

Processing and Dealing with Migraine Specialist Appointments

After an appointment with our migraine and headache specialist, it's easy to feel let down or off-balance, especially if we're dealing with chronic migraine or have... Read moreChevron

posted 03/28/2015, comments (0)|
Lene  Andersen

Lene Andersen, Health Guide

Writer, Advocate, Photographer

A Beginner’s Guide to RA: Coping with Prednisone Mood Swings

Prednisone. It’s a double-edged sword. This medication can be an excellent tool to address rheumatoid arthritis (RA) flares, as well as a host of other medical conditions. When a bad flare has sidelined you, prednisone can help you to quickly get back on your feet.


On the other hand, the Read moreChevron

posted 03/25/2015, comments (0)|
John McManamy

John McManamy, Health Guide

Author and Advocate

A Tribute to Observational Wisdom: Goodwin, Akiskal, Kraepelin

As most of you know by now, the last month or so has been nose to the grindstone for me, working on the first of a series of books on bipolar disorder. The first book will focus on our moods - how up, down, and “normal” ebb and flow and collide in cycling patterns.


I am about half-way through my first draft. Of... Read moreChevron

posted 03/25/2015, comments (0)|
Dr. Bill Quick

Dr. Bill Quick, Health Pro

Physician who is living with diabetes; editor of

The High Cost of Diabetes

I recently received the following question:


I have type 2 diabetes, I'm on Medicare, and I take 80 units of insulin daily. Currently, I am taking Lantus [insulin glargine] and I need 10 pens per month. My current provider says that the insulin cost is over $700 per month, which means I will hit the doughnut... Read moreChevron

Jerry Kennard

How to Help an Anxious Child

Slowly but surely we are coming to realize that many of the same mental health problems that plague adults also affect children. It used to be considered that children were too immature, both physically and emotionally, to experience issues like anxiety or depression. The tendency was, and often still remains, to brush over childhood concerns... Read moreChevron

posted 03/24/2015, comments (0)|

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