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The books in the "Grief Diaries" series feature personal narratives related to loss and trauma.
In an op-ed for the Daily News, Danielle Yevsa wrote about her experience with an insurer's step-therapy/fail first practices.
Hundreds of kratom advocates descended on Washington, DC, earlier this week for a rally to protest the DEA’s likely ban of the plant substance that is used by thousands to help combat chronic pain.
The designer's latest collection for his brand, Tumbler and Tipsy, was directly inspired by his own experience as an RA patient.
A new paper suggests that 50 years ago, researchers at Harvard received undisclosed funding from the sugar industry to downplay the negative effects of sugar on health.
A look at the struggle patients face when dealing with insurance companies that deny coverage of vital, lifesaving medications which help manage chronic disease and pain.
Patients with active cancer or those that were treated for cancer within the previous 12 months who also have atrial fibrillation appear to tolerate oral anticoagulation drugs, a new study found.
People with ankylosing spondylitis were found to have an increased risk of kidney stones, according to a Taiwanese population study.
Does cell phone use cause brain cancer? The answer may lie somewhere between yes and no.
The American Heart Association is encouraging people to sit less and move more in the face of mounting evidence that a sedentary lifestyle contributes to heart disease and diabetes.