When you’re going through treatment for leukemia, your immune system may be weakened, exposing you to a higher risk of infection — which could even come from your food. Take these measures so your food heals you, not harms you.
When you're recovering from leukemia treatments and your immune system is low, are you taking all of the precautions necessary to ensure you're not putting yourself at risk for infection, like salmonella?
A study led by researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital suggests low-carb diets increase the number of calories burned and improve weight loss over time.
If you’re battling narcolepsy you should be stocking your fridge with oily fish, chicken, and nuts — and steering clear of caffeine and alcohol. Sorry, we’re just the messenger — take it from the experts themselves.
The holidays can be a difficult time for those who are managing the demands of caregiving and juggling the hustle and bustle of this festive time of year. Here are nine great gift ideas for those caring for others.
UC can bring planned and unplanned costs and paperwork. To help keep your stress level low, here are helpful strategies to make managing paperwork and finances easier.
Pregnant? Here’s what you need to know about common skin changes and whether they may require treatment.
Leukemia is considered a gene-related disease, but usually is not hereditary—meaning, it can’t be inherited from parent to child.
When Crohn’s rears its ugly head in a flare-up, be prepared with these tried-and-true tips from people who’ve been there.
Living with UC? There’s an app for that. These mobile apps can help you track your symptoms, sleep, food, and more.