Anxiety is up again for many people with chronic illness. It’s time to implement some basic techniques to quell your worry and increase your capacity to cope, says Laurie Ferguson, PhD, clinical psychologist and Director of Education Development at the Global Healthy Living Foundation.
The findings support the need for extra vaccine doses and mitigation efforts in at-risk groups.
In the Global Healthy Living Foundation’s latest COVID-19 Patient Support Program poll, it’s clear that people who are high-risk because of underlying medical conditions are struggling to be understood and feel safe during the Omicron surge.
We talked with rheumatoid arthritis patients and rheumatologists to find out how this shortage is physically and mentally impacting our community — and what to do if you can’t access Actemra right now.
The Omicron variant may be milder, but people at high risk for COVID-19 should remain cautious and concerned. Here’s what to know about protecting yourself during this stage of the pandemic.
In the Global Healthy Living Foundation’s latest COVID-19 Patient Support Program poll, 80 percent of immunocompromised patients said they are moderately to very worried about the Omicron variant of COVID-19 — and it’s affecting their everyday behaviors and habits.
Experts are hopeful that this preventive medication, taken before any exposure to COVID-19, will provide an extra layer of protection to those who may not mount a full immune response to the vaccine.
News about the Omicron variant and rising cases may trigger feelings of grief, helplessness, and anxiety. But there are actionable steps you can take to reduce stress and better manage the uncertainty of this phase of the pandemic.
In the Global Healthy Living Foundation’s latest COVID-19 Patient Support Program poll, the majority of respondents are not satisfied with their ability to socialize with others.
Read the latest about infection rates, complications, long COVID, and more, based on the latest research presented at the ACR Convergence, the annual meeting of the American College of Rheumatology.