Most people living with MS have some level of difficulty walking. Fortunately, many challenges can be alleviated by choosing from a wide variety of mobility aids.
VR allows a person to confront reminders of trauma “safely” and deal with those exposures.
If you’re not using a mobile app to track your eczema flare-ups, it’s time to give it a whirl.
Learn about promising therapies and treatment combinations used to treat advanced bladder cancer.
This round-up of Ted Talks about people living with this form of IBD is sure to make you feel less alone.
Managing notifications and the time spent on the phone and social sites can increase self-esteem and confidence.
Social media can provide endless distractions and waste hours of time, especially when you have ADHD. Here are tips to help you use social media with ADHD.
Overwhelmed by the number of period-tracking apps in the app store? Read through this slideshow to learn the pros and cons of each.
Go ahead and give these doctors, patient organizations, and thyroid news sites a ‘like.’
Are mental health apps really helpful? Or are they just driving us deeper into self-criticism?