Effective asthma management requires expert guidance and an appropriate asthma action plan. With the right care and steps, you can feel in control and confident in managing your asthma. Here are our top tips.
Chronic dry eye can turn out to be something else. Sjogren’s syndrome often overlaps with other conditions, which can make it difficult to diagnose. A rheumatology specialist is the best person to help you get answers. Get the facts here.
Living well with psoriatic arthritis requires the help of a specialist and understanding the implications of your condition. With the right help, you can control your symptoms so you feel and function as best as possible.
Allergy immunotherapy is one of several treatments for allergies. Because allergy shots provide long-term relief from allergy symptoms, it’s worthwhile to speak to an allergy specialist to find out if this treatment is right for you.
Scleroderma can have a significant impact on many aspects of life, so having an expert team to help you manage issues from this autoimmune disease is crucial. A good program aims to reduce complications and provide symptom relief.
Autoimmune disease is a major health issue with far-reaching effects. Forming a strong doctor-patient relationship with a rheumatology specialist leads to the best outcomes so you can live a full, active life.
Children can have allergic reactions to insect bites, stings, or proteins in insects’ saliva or waste. Teaching your child about their insect allergy is one of the best ways to help them stay safe. Check out these helpful tips.
Taking care of your skin during winter when you have eczema means protecting your skin from things like cold temperatures, dry air, allergens, and chemicals. Take some simple steps to keep your skin happy this winter.
For many people with asthma, the risk of having an asthma flare is higher during winter. By taking some practical steps, you can lower your risk of triggering asthma symptoms during cold weather months.
More than 32 million Americans struggle with food allergies. If you’re one of them, chances are good that you want to know more about what’s causing your symptoms. Keep reading to learn what you need to know.
Living well with eczema means learning what your skin needs and taking steps to address your skin’s unique requirements. Your health care team is a great place to start when managing this lifelong skin condition.
Millions of people are living with food allergies. After your initial diagnosis, transitioning to a diet free of foods you’re allergic to takes some time to adjust to. Your allergy specialist can help you each step of the way.
Living with lupus can be challenging and requires lifelong care to manage. While there’s no cure, there are many strategies for managing your symptoms, controlling flares, and improving your quality of life.
Allergies, whether seasonal or year-round, can have a major impact on your quality of life. Find out how immunotherapy — allergen desensitization via allergy shots — can help you get long-term relief from your allergy symptoms.
You breeze through the day without allergy symptoms. Then you lie down to sleep and suddenly your allergies flare, leaving you struggling to fall asleep and waking during the night. Our experts explain how to deal with allergies that ruin your sleep.
Living with lupus means constantly managing your symptoms with drugs that relieve pain, reduce inflammation, and ease breathing. But there may be a treatment you haven’t tried that can treat your lupus at the source — biologics.
You’re tired and achy all the time. Your head hurts. You don’t feel well, and you’re not sure why. You may have a rare but dangerous condition called vasculitis, inflammation inside your blood vessels. Here’s what to do.
The most visible symptom of scleroderma is hardening of your skin. It’s a complex condition and if you’ve been diagnosed with scleroderma, you probably have some questions. In this post, we describe the basics of this chronic condition.
Brittle bones are no laughing matter. Osteoporosis affects approximately 10 million people, and many more are at risk for it. The condition increases your risk for fracture, back pain, and more. Learn steps you can take to halt its progression.
If you’re living with a connective tissue disease — whether that’s rheumatoid arthritis or another condition — you’ll be glad to know that there are a variety of effective treatments available. Explore them here.
Living with asthma can be challenging, wondering when you’ll have another asthma attack. Knowing what sets off your attacks is a good way to stay ahead of it. Read on to learn more about these five common asthma triggers.
More people are afraid of being bitten or stung than are actually allergic to insects. However, if you are allergic to insect bites and stings, it can be potentially life-threatening. Here’s what you need to know about insect allergies.
While osteoporosis is a common condition, especially for menopausal women, many of the risk factors for osteoporosis are under your control. Learn more about this potentially dangerous disease and how you can reduce your risk.
Allergies are a problem year-round, but depending on your symptoms and triggers, there’s a good chance some seasons are worse than others. If you suffer from hives, find out about what might be causing them this summer.
The pain and inflammation of tendinitis most commonly occur around your shoulders, knees, heels, elbows, and wrists. Tendinitis can interfere with daily activity and activities like sports. Read on to learn how you can avoid it.
Allergic reactions can be irritating, like a runny nose or watery eyes. But, they can also be life-threatening. If you’re allergic to something, you want to find out exactly what, and allergy testing is the most accurate way of finding out.
If you have excessively dry eyes and a dry mouth in addition to rheumatoid symptoms, you may be suffering from a condition known as Sjögren’s syndrome. Don't worry, we can help. Keep reading to learn the facts about this condition and how you can manage yo
Gripping your coffee cup, signing your name, stooping to pick something up — it’s the simple things that make your arthritis so frustrating. But it’s the simple things that can ease your symptoms, too. Learn how what you eat can help — or hurt.
If you’re one of the 30-40% of Americans who suffer from allergies and hay fever, you know allergic reactions are no fun. Keep reading to learn about the differences between allergies and hay fever, and how to thrive with both conditions.
No one wants to exercise when physical activity makes it difficult to breathe or causes chest tightness, coughing, or wheezing. However, your asthma doesn’t have to keep you on the sidelines. These simple steps can keep your symptoms under control.
Living with arthritis can mean painful, stiff joints and missing out on activities you enjoy. Learn how dietary changes can help ease arthritis symptoms so you’ll feel better and improve your quality of life.
If you’re among the 50 million people in the US who are plagued by chronic sneezing, coughing, and other allergy symptoms, you want relief. Wouldn’t it be great to get rid of your allergies altogether? Allergy shots help you do that.
Back pain can develop for many reasons, but ongoing issues with a back that’s stiff and achy may point to a larger problem like ankylosing spondylitis. Here’s a closer look at this uncommon form of inflammatory arthritis.
If you’re among the 5% of Americans who’ve been diagnosed with a moderate-to-severe insect allergy, the warm summer months can be just as complicated as they are carefree. Find out how you can keep yourself safe every time you head outdoors.
Preventing lupus flare-ups can be especially challenging in the summer when common environmental triggers are more intense than usual. Here’s what you can do to keep your symptoms under control as the sun gets hotter and temperatures soar.