If you’re living with anxiety, joining a support group can sound extremely daunting. But the benefits outweigh the disadvantages, and they can really make an impact on your recovery.
If you’re not using a mobile app to track your eczema flare-ups, it’s time to give it a whirl.
Whether it’s by doctors, friends, colleagues, or even your closest family, their words can hurt when they just don’t understand what it’s like to live with RA.
Living with a chronic illness and looking for love? Check out these sites that were made just for you — plus some advice on how to navigate them.
Kate Boyington, of central Minnesota, faces the challenges of psoriasis, psoriatric arthritis, and fibromyalgia with the help of family and friends.
Moms don’t get sick days, so here are some ways to weather your next Migraine attack.
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.
A HealthCentral contributor’s experience with depression due to living with multiple sclerosis. How she deals, and how you can, too.
The things that family, friends, and coworkers can say that are hurtful, and leave us wondering how they don’t understand.
Just because you can walk, run, or have children, doesn’t mean your RA is obsolete. Everyone with RA is welcome in this community, no matter the severity.