Many benefits come with the ability of an MS patient to stay in the workforce, including greater independence as well as personal income, better physical health from continued activity, and better mental health due to socialization.
Psoriatic arthritis is a subtype of arthritis, a disease characterized by inflammation of joints. This article outlines the causes, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of psoriatic arthritis.
All too often the first symptom of osteoporosis is a painful, debilitating, preventable fracture. Don't treat osteoporosis. Prevent it! Here are 10 early warning signs of brittle bones.
Yoga can assist in reducing the effects of multiple sclerosis without the need to add more medications to the regimen.
If you're a single parent, you may be told that kids need role models who share their gender, but not yours, to become fully functional adults. Does that mean your child is at a disadvantage if you don't have an opposite-sex parent in your home?
While back pain is very common among the older population, in some cases it occurs due to the presence of arthritis, specifically osteoarthritis of the spine. This article outlines 10 signs that your back pain is caused by arthritis.
Both ALS and multiple sclerosis are serious diseases, and they are frightening to discover for a patient. It's important to know the similarities and differences to each.
The most common symptom of lupus is inflammatory arthritis, though lupus is not an arthritic condition. This article outlines arthritis, lupus, and the link and the differences between the two diseases.
Alzheimer's Disease is a condition marked by memory decline. Brain imaging studies have become more valuable in the diagnosis of this disease in recent decades and all come with a set of advantages and disadvantages during the course of a medical work-up.
It’s estimated that about three out of every 100 MS patients experience seizures as a symptom of the disease, and it is more often linked to relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis and secondary progressive MS.