Latest Articles by Linda Rodgers
10 Ways to Stay Active This Summer With MS
Stay cool and prevent heat-induced flares with tips to maximize warm-weather fun.
How Cancer Centers Are Raising the Care Game
A multidisciplinary approach means that you’ll be appointed a team that shares information, agrees on your treatment, and can provide entry to clinical trials.
Everything You Need to Know About HVD Types
What type of heart valve disease you have matters in the way you’re treated.
8 Surprising Signs of Heart Valve Disease
Sometimes the most unexpected signs are the ones that don’t occur at all.
Real Talk (and Expert Insight) on Menopause
Hot flashes, sleep disturbance, loss of libido, thinning hair—how do women make peace with this inevitable life transition?
What to Expect With a Driving Rehab Specialist
Staying on the road is important for everyone—especially if you have MS. Here is how to make it happen.
9 Ways to Adapt Your Car for MS
Refitting a car can be pricey, but the benefit of staying on the road longer may be worth it.
“I’ve Had UC for Half My Life. Now, I Feel Great.”
At 18, Megan Starshak learned she had ulcerative colitis. Here’s how she went from rock bottom to feeling stronger than ever with an effective treatment plan.