Tag: autoimmune disease

Sarcoidosis – Understanding A Disease With So Many Symptoms

Sarcoidosis – Understanding A Disease With So Many Symptoms

[ 0 ] 2012-06-14 | |

In popular culture, some ideas are afforded a significant amount of attention whether or not the idea benefits from that much focus. One example of this is with regard to the disease Sarcoidosis. Although most of us do not know of anyone with the disease, we have likely heard about it on television. In the […]

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Understanding Some Of The Causes Of Dry Eyes

Understanding Some Of The Causes Of Dry Eyes

[ 0 ] 2012-05-24 | |

It is by no means news to anyone that our eyes are extremely sensitive. The level of discomfort and pain that we can feel from shampoo, a speck of dust or an eyelash in the eye is a quick reminder of this sensitivity. It is not only foreign objects in the eye that can cause […]

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Boosting Immune System Health – What Research Is Telling Us

Boosting Immune System Health – What Research Is Telling Us

[ 0 ] 2012-01-27 | |

Every day of our lives, our immune system is involved in countless small skirmishes with foreign invaders that seek to use our bodies for their own benefit. Generally, the many different cells of our immune system work quite well together to fend of the viruses, fungus and bacteria that would try to take over. However, […]

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5 Ways to Manage RA Pain without Pain Medication

5 Ways to Manage RA Pain without Pain Medication

[ 0 ] 2010-04-02 | |

As a chronic disease causing pain to even some patients on pain killers Rheumatoid Arthritis is a condition that can have serious effects on the quality of life of sufferers. However, while no cure is yet developed, other options for managing pain are being found.

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Psoriasis And Depression – Suffering That Is More Than Skin Deep

Psoriasis And Depression – Suffering That Is More Than Skin Deep

[ 0 ] 2009-12-04 | |

As one of the most common autoimmune disorders, psoriasis is a skin disease that can vary in both coverage and intensity. While 67% of cases are considered mild, mild may not serve to accurately describe the way in which the disease can affect of those who suffer from it. Because of the impact that

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Running the Sedentary Out of Rheumatoid Arthritis Living

Running the Sedentary Out of Rheumatoid Arthritis Living

[ 0 ] 2009-11-12 | |

While sufferers of Rheumatoid Arthritis must face and move past the pain barrier in order to exercise, an increasing number of studies are finding that the benefits of exercise are in fact of significant importance to those with the condition.

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Getting Around to Understanding Lupus

Getting Around to Understanding Lupus

[ 0 ] 2009-05-28 | |

Of the automimmune diseases that affect millions of people, Lupus is a relative unknown. The general lack of awareness of the disease combined with the difficulties in its diagnosis has, up until recently, limited the amount of research directed toward understanding it.

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