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The holidays are almost upon us and the thought of travelling with a chronic condition may be holding you back on making those bookings.
When diagnosed with a chronic condition, you should expect comprehensive, compassionate and quality care from your healthcare workers.
Even the most invisible chronic illness may prevent you from doing your job. Here are some ways to handle such circumstances at work.
My recent visit to the dentist included having my blood pressure checked. I know, it is strange when the plan is to work on your teeth.
Nurturing adaptability within a family environment when living with a chronic condition is essential for encouraging resilience and maintaining an optimistic outlook.
PrEP, or Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis, is a ground-breaking medical strategy for preventing HIV infection among individuals at high risk of exposure.
Living with numerous chronic conditions and having twice been on the receiving end of my doctor’s concern about a lower-than-normal kidney function count, I decided to research and share.
Today I would like to share my experience, the good, the bad and often, peculiar encounters with medical healthcare professionals.
The loss of a family member and support person can impact an individual with a chronic condition. This loss can bring about a range of emotional, physical, and practical challenges.
As someone living with HIV, cancer, TB, and having had a heart attack, I discovered numerous benefits from leading a sober lifestyle.