Living with a chronic illness and pain may affect our ability to resist a potential attack. So how can we tailor self-defense to our unique needs? Here are some tips.
Yes, fibromyalgia can intensify post-workout pain. Here’s how to prevent and manage soreness so you can keep after your strength and flexibility goals.
Believe it or not, your feet are a good barometer of your overall health. What do yours tell you about your health?
A safer alternative to opioids — and one that can be just effective, believe it or not — is physical therapy.
After his experience with kidney cancer, Dave became the infamous ‘e-Patient Dave’ – a leading voice for a movement to empower and engage people with medical conditions to become active participants in their healthcare.
She was already fighting fibromyalgia — and then came the Boston Marathon bombing, where she suffered a traumatic brain injury. Hear her inspiring story.
Painful gout flares can cause pain and complications elsewhere in your body. Learn how to recognize the symptoms.
Let’s be honest, feeling sexy in the traditional sense of done-up hair, makeup, and sexy lingerie is most likely a low priority when your body is in pain. Reassess what “sexy” means with a chronic illness by adapting these five tips.
You must create your own future with this disease, because so many things are still possible despite all the negativity, stereotypes, and worst-case scenari-os.
If you have a dull ache in the front of your knee and you’re a runner, walker or stair-climber, you may be suffering from chondromalacia patella. Here’s how to get rid of that pain.