There are a lot of theories about whether chronic illness is hereditary, but in this case, it is.
Myofascial dysfunction can be a primary source of chronic pain, and it can perpetuate pain in other diseases that involve chronic pain. But there are treatments.
Research shows that some pain may be hereditary. Speaking to family members about your family health history can help you better understand your chronic pain, as we all as how to manage it.
From diabetes, to fibromyalgia, to asthma and heart health, these apps can help you stay on track of appointments, medication and symptom management.
Being sick over the holidays as a kid is no fun, but these gifts will brighten their holidays.
Instead of breaking your back (or hands) this holiday, focus on what’s most important — family time.
As many as 80 percent of thyroid patients experience pain, cramps, and spasms in their muscles.
Not all doctors know how to properly administer Botox injections for migraine. Here, some questions to ask your provider.
To reduce mortality rates associated with opioid abuse, patients need education and alternatives.
Tips for buying the right fitness products based on someone’s ability and interests when they have a chronic illness