Your memory often changes as you get older, but memory loss that disrupts your everyday life is not part of normal aging. Educate yourself on the early signs and symptoms of dementia.
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Did you know that there are five types of psoriasis?
Learning what type of psoriasis you have can help determine the best course of treatment to help reduce and/or eliminate your symptoms.
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Growing up with arthritis can be challenging. Healthy lifestyle choices and complementary care therapies can help manage the pain and stress of juvenile arthritis.
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The top causes of death among adult men in the U.S. are heart disease, cancer, unintentional injuries, chronic lower respiratory disease, and stroke according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The good news Read More »
The CDC now recommends that all adults, 18 years and older, undergo one-time hepatitis C testing. Screenings can help prevent serious complications and prevent the spread.
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Rx abuse and pharmacy fraud is a serious problem that continues to plague the country. See what ProAct is doing to help put an end to this problem.
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The management of multiple sclerosis is an on-going process. Formulating a comprehensive care plan with your physician(s) can help modify the disease course, treat relapses, improve function, and manage symptoms.
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It may not be on the top of your to-do list, but caring for your heart through regular exercise and having a healthy diet plan is key to preventing heart disease.
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Bleeding disorders like hemophilia are complex conditions. The best treatment for those living with hemophilia is replacement of the missing blood clotting factor so the blood can properly clot. Replacement factors are often made using Read More »
Did you know that Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) can affect more than just the joints? When left untreated, RA can also affect the eyes, lungs, brain, and skeleton.
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