Latest Articles by Claire Gillespie
The Stages of Parkinson’s Dementia
What are the earliest signs of Parkinson’s disease dementia, and what does the condition look like as it progresses?
You Fried Your Skin Back in the Day. Can You Save It Now?
Even if you slathered on baby oil, baked in tanning beds, and blew off all things SPF, it’s never too late to salvage your skin.
9 Tips for Doing Household Chores With Psoriatic Arthritis
Too sore from psoriatic arthritis to do household chores? Read these nine practical tips from health writer Claire Gillespie.
This Is Your Body on One Kidney
What’s life like with one kidney? Here’s what to expect after kidney removal surgery.
Your Fall Food and Drink Guide for Ulcerative Colitis
By planning ahead with a little know-how, you can enjoy an autumn feast that won’t trigger your UC symptoms.
What Remission Really Means in UC
UC remission can be hard to define. Here’s what you need to know about clinical, endoscopic, and histologic remission.
Answers to 5 Questions About Cold-Induced Hives
Who gets them and why? We'll tell you everything we know about this unusual skin condition.
Bipolar Disorder: Does the Big Screen Get It Right?
We've come a long way since "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest," but how accurate are movies when it comes to portraying bipolar disorder? Claire Gillespie weighs in.