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Morgan from Is Was Will Be is one of those people who persevere despite the difficulties and no chronic illness can stop them from living their life to the fullest. On her blog, you'll find all about the spoonie life, mental health and natural living so you can know you're not alone on your journey. Today Morgan shares with FindMeCure…

Telehealth services have been around for a while now but it wasn’t until the Covid-19 epidemic that they became such a necessity. Although a lot of you express such bravery in the face of what is going on in the world, many are rightfully concerned for their health.  Especially if you are someone in the risk group - if you…

Are people with respiratory diseases like COPD and asthma at risk during the Covid-19 pandemic? According to The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI), a detailed investigation of 140 hospitals in Wuhan, China determined that  “Allergic diseases, asthma and COPD are not risk factors for SARS‐CoV‐2 infection.” However, the Respiratory Health Association of America cautions that while people…

Covid-19 anxiety is its own topic in the mental health community already. For people who fight autoimmune disease, respiratory issues, diabetes, cancer or heart disease, however, anxiety is even more palpable. It doesn’t help that social distancing, which is the best practice recommended by experts and official guidelines, can have dire consequences to our mental and physical health.  In our…

Clinical research is taking huge strides forward in the fight against chronic diseases. With new, better treatments being developed every day we’re ever closer to managing some of the most burdensome diseases humankind has to deal with.  Yet, treating chronic illnesses is one of the biggest financial burdens on US healthcare - 75% of the health money goes to treating…

STIs (sexually transmitted infections) along with the seasonal flu are among the most contagious diseases and they present a major challenge to public health even as we get better at treating and vaccinating against them. Some of the easiest to treat STIs constitute the largest percentage of the global burden but why? Experts seem to agree on the contributing factors:…

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