8 Foods To Avoid With Ulcerative Colitis

8 Foods To Avoid With Ulcerative Colitis

Living with ulcerative colitis is tough because it's unpredictable – some patients experience frequent flare-ups, while others may have no symptoms for years. Dietary changes are often necessary in managing UC. While not everyone has the same food triggers and not every problem food needs to be eliminated completely, awareness of what foods may be trouble and possibly avoided can help....

Physiological And Behavioral Risk Factors Of Type 2 Diabetes

Physiological And Behavioral Risk Factors Of Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes has become of the most common chronic diseases in the US and globally. According to the CDC, over 100 million US adults are now living with diabetes or prediabetes. Diabetes occurs when blood sugar levels are very high. It is important to understand the physiological and behavioral risk factors of type 2 diabetes in order to prevent and manage this disease....

Navigating Chronic Illness As A Couple

Navigating Chronic Illness As A Couple

Chronic illness may have a significant impact on relationships, but two hearts and minds can be marshaled to carry the heavy load. Expert and author, Barbara Kivowitz, shares insights on how deeply health conditions impact relationships and how important those relationships are to eventual recovery and healing....

A No-Nonsense Guide To Irritable Bowel Syndrome

A No-Nonsense Guide To Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Living with IBS can be a daily challenge. Treatment for this condition must be tailored to a person's specific needs so that he or she can observe lasting results. Find out how you can thrive in every way with Irritable Bowel Syndrome....

The Low-Down On Lyme Disease

The Low-Down On Lyme Disease

Learn about where Lyme disease comes from, prevention, symptoms, treatment and what life with Lyme can look like. This dynamic tick-borne disease can be difficult to diagnose. Fortunately treatments are available if done early....

What To Do About Behavioral Changes In Older Loved Ones

What To Do About Behavioral Changes In Older Loved Ones

The red flags seem to be everywhere. This adult, mature person whom you've loved forever seems to be doing some pretty strange things and doesn't seem to realize it. At first you thought it was your imagination, but it's getting worse and you're stumped....