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8 Great Father's Day Gifts for #ChronicDads

We’ve got a few awesome ways to show the big guy how much you care.

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Recruit Your Kids For Your Health Team

Your kids can be a vital part of keeping your energy up and pain levels down when you have a chronic illness. Here's how to enlist their help around the house.

Woman with restless leg syndrome.

10 Surprising Facts About RLS

Restless legs syndrome doesn't only occur during sleep, and it affects more than your legs. Learn 10 surprising facts about this condition.

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How to Feel Sexy When You're Hurting

Rheumatoid arthritis takes a toll on your body and your sex life. These 5 tips can help you connect with your lover despite your chronic condition.

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Confronting RA by Getting Back on The Bike

Read the story of Randy Headrick and how a motorcross accident kickstarted his journey with rheumatoid arthritis.

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Focus on Family, Not RA Pain, This Holiday

If rheumatoid arthritis makes the holidays a challenge, find small traditions that work for you and your illness instead of going all out.

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How to Have a Sex Life with Chronic Illness

Chronic illnesses can wreak havoc on your relationships and sex life — but they don’t have to.

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Fierce Mom on a Mission: Paula Fitzgibbons

Blogger and mother talks about living with RA, how her children adjust to her chronic illness, and how she helps them cope with their own.

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Finding Your Stimulati

Jim Curtis' new book "The Stimulati Experience" is a guide to help people who have experienced trauma become empowered to change their story.

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Chronic Illness Support From Afar

Even if your family lives far away, these are some of the ways they can still offer support for your chronic illness.