The HealthCentral Editorial Team
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If you live with rheumatoid arthritis, try these 7 exercises that can help you get moving while minimizing joint stress.
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People afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease find it increasingly difficult to deal with constant changes brought about by every stage of the disease. One of the most alarming changes that occurs in many Alzheimer’s patients are mood and behavior swings ...
Editor’s Note: This article was originally written by Andrew Piasecki, M.D. There are both surgical and non-surgical alternatives to ankle replacement surgery. First line treatments for arthritis of the ankle are non-surgical methods. Several of the ...
These sweet (not scary!) designs have share-worthy tips and facts for people (and their loved ones) living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
We created this special series of infographics specifically for people with diabetes (and the people who love them!). Get tips on everything from cooking tools to quick sugar-boosting snacks.
We created this special series of infographics specifically for people living with multiple sclerosis. We've got brain-boosting tips, buying guides, and more. Pin, post, and share away!
In honor of Crohn's Disease Awareness Month, we're excited to share a few special stories (and an Insta event!) that highlight the people who are working hard to smash stigmas, support their community, and educate the rest of us!
HealthCentral reveals the truth about living with five common conditions: anxiety, depression, bipolar, OCD, and schizophrenia.
The main ADHD symptom categories are inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness, but they can look different in kids versus adults. Here are some ways these characteristics can be displayed by each.