Leslie wrote for HealthCentral as a patient expert for Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA).
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Unfortunately, an inevitable side effect of chronic illness can be denial. I’ve experienced a lot of major life events over the last three years: getting my PhD, moving to New York, my grandfather dying six months later, my dad dying six months after ...
Summer time has become synonymous with “fun in the sun.” Not so much, though, if you are sensitive to the sun. For people with chronic illnesses, the sun’s ray’s can be problematic due to a variety of reasons ranging from things such as the disease i...
Compassion fatigue happens when caregivers and chronic illness advocates take on too much. Here are some tips to help you cope with it.
Are you living with rheumatoid arthritis and working at the same time? Use these tips to stay healthy at work with a compromised immune system.
What’s the best way to navigate a relationship when you have a chronic illness? Here are some tips to help you through this tricky process.
The fatigue from rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is not the normal feeling of being tired. Fatigue from RA is mind-numbing. Leslie Rott talks about the struggle with fatigue from her RA.
If you have both conditions, see what you should know about treatment.
It’s important to realize that when you’re reaching out, people with different chronic Illnesses are dealing with the same issues.
Building a good relationship with your doctor takes time, energy and commitment. But it needs to be reciprocal.
Eating well is essential for boosting your immune system and keeping bones strong. Try this simple smoothie recipe for a healthy start to your day.