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Teens and the Challenge of Living with Chronic Illness

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What are the barriers to managing chronic conditions for teenagers and how can their parents, families, and caregivers help.

Why It’s So Important to be a Patient Advocate for Your...

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When a loved one is ill, you can play a critical role by being their patient advocate. This means working with the medical team to help ensure all goes well
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What You Need to Know About Plant-Based Diets

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Many people believe that a plant-based diet is good for you. But to really qualify for this designation, it must be supported by well-designed studies.
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The Benefits of Peer Support Providers in Addiction Treatment

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A key benefit peer support providers bring to addiction treatment settings is their lived experience with SUD recovery. There are many more.
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How Healthcare Staff Shortages Will Affect Seniors

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As Americans get older, more people will need home health services, nursing home placement, or hospice care to remain well.
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Coughing and Short of Breath? Is it COPD?

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Experiencing shortness of breath, chronic coughing, and wheezing? Don’t overlook the symptoms
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Overwhelmed After a Serious Diagnosis? Think Travel

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There's a lot think after a serious diagnosis (treatments, doctors' visits & health insurance), but one thing you may want to add is planning some travel.

Why a Liver Donation May One Day Save My Life

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Alyssa Klemm was born with biliary atresia, a condition that almost always requires a liver transplant. Now in college, she is passionate about organ donation.

How to Optimize the Treatment of Asthma

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Asthma is a chronic disease that is manageable through medications and by eliminating or avoiding triggers (e.g., allergens, poor indoor air quality).
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Failing Kidneys and the Risk of High Potassium

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Potassium is important for normal functioning of the heart. When the kidneys don't function properly, blood potassium can rise to dangerously high levels.
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A Unifying Hypothesis of Chronic Disease and Aging

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Accelerated aging and disease in the skin are largely driven by excess oxidative particles generated by sun exposure and other environmental factors.

Is it Better to Plan for End-of-Life? Or Strategic Aging?

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Creating a plan for strategic aging can help patients create a narrative and direction for their end-of-life journey.