There are times in our life when we have faced a health crisis. It may be a broken bone, or it may be the need for surgery to remove a cyst, and these types of health issues are a worry, but the good news is that they are typically short-lived; but what about when the health issue is considered chronic? Chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and arthritis are with you for the long term, and you need to be able to manage your illness, rather than your illness manage you. Here are 3 tips to cope with a chronic condition.
healtheo360 Wellness Blog
The National Psoriasis Foundation provides you with help that you may need in order to manage your psoriasis or help someone who has psoriasis. This foundation also promotes research to finding a cure for psoriasis. August is Psoriasis Awareness month and many are motivating, promoting, and educating others about Psoriasis and how they can stay aware about this chronic skin condition.
What is Psoriasis?
Congenital Heart Defect (CHD) Awareness is an annual effort to help educate the public about congenital heart defects. Participants include individuals, local support groups, national and local organizations, and congenital cardiology centers throughout the world.
What are Congenital Heart Defects (CHDs)?
Congenital heart defects are heart problems that develop before birth. Congenital heart defect is the most common type of birth defect. About 1 in 4 babies that are born with CHD has a critical CHD (Critical Congenital Heart Disease).
Feeling down? Need a boost of inspiration? Read on to see five inspiring stories of athletes with chronic conditions. From the diving board to the boxing ring to the batter's box, professional competitors of yesterday and today continue to persevere despite being their diagnoses.