Teens with disabilities are at even higher risk of mental health problems than teens without disabilities. Fortunately, there’s hope. Here’s what you can do.
Having a disability can be extremely stressful, and uncontrolled stress can literally shorten your life. Here are some crucial tips for managing stress the right way.
Our pharmacists went through eight years of college and pharmacy school. We should take advantage of their considerable expertise. So the next time you’re picking up a prescription, here are five questions your pharmacist wishes you’d ask.
Pressure sores are a serious health concern for anyone living with paralysis. Here are six factors that will help determine whether you get them.
For anyone facing a serious health crisis, resilience is a friend. Some people are more naturally resilient than others, but anyone can improve their resilience. Here’s how.
In an ideal world, a doctor is also the patient advocate. Unfortunately, doctors don’t always fulfill this role. Here are six ways a patient advocate can work with your doctor.
We all know that medical errors can be anywhere from annoying to catastrophic for patients. While you can’t eliminate 100% of the risk of medical errors, you can become a partner in the effort. Here’s how.
There’s a dizzying array of fitness, health, and wellness apps. To help you sort through them, here are five indispensable mobile health care apps you can use to track medications, find or even meet with doctors, and more.
When you see a doctor, always review their notes at the end of the visit. If you don’t, you could be missing crucial information.
Eating right is especially hard for people with disabilities. Still, it’s one of the most important things to focus on. Here’s how.