Linda Rodgers

Linda Rodgers

Health Writer

Linda Rodgers is a former magazine and digital editor turned writer, focusing on health and wellness. She's written for Reader’s Digest, Working Mother, Bottom Line Health, and various other publications. When she's not writing about health, she writes about pets, education, and parenting.

Latest by Linda Rodgers

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Let’s Talk About Alzheimer’s Signs and Symptoms

With Alzheimer's, changes in thinking and capabilities tend to become more obvious every six months or so.

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Let's Talk About the Types of Dementia

A range of brain diseases and conditions can cause symptoms of dementia. We help you understand the most the common ones.

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Let's Talk About Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer’s is not easy, but we’ll help you make sense of its symptoms, treatments, and what it means for your life.

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Let’s Talk About the Symptoms and Causes of Migraine

Wondering if those bad headaches are really migraines? We'll help you figure out the difference so you can get relief.

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Let’s Talk About Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (NMOSD)

Often mistaken for multiple sclerosis, NMOSD can cause serious vision and mobility problems. Help is here.


Let’s Talk About Migraine Treatment

Every migraine patient is different and so is every treatment plan. We review your options so you can get relief.

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Let's Talk About Bladder Cancer Treatment

There are many approaches to treating bladder cancer. Understanding your options can help you feel confident in the decisions you make.

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NMOSD Symptoms: When Not to Worry

When you're recovering from an attack, you may experience new symptoms that are actually positive signs that you're healing.

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Let's Talk About Migraines

We've got the doctor-approved scoop on causes, symptoms, treatments, and a jillion other tips that make migraine life easier.

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Let's Talk About Migraine Types

These monster headaches can cause massive pain—or none at all. We help you figure out which migraine type you have.