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Arthritis patients with resolved hepatitis B infection, who received disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs (DMARDs) such as methotrexate, were unlikely to have the hepatitis B resurface.
Amid political arguments on both sides of the aisle, three recent studies draw upon data, rather than ideology, to suggest a tie between lack of coverage and negative health results.
When pain, new symptoms, anxiety and more, coupled with your existing diseases cause you to reach out beyond yourself for help.
Kristin gets five unsatisfactory minutes with her doctor and a bill.
This week, Daniel chronicles two weeks in his life -- the life of a patient with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
Ms. Meniscus is asked about what to do in case there is a Methotrexate shortage.
Findings reassure female patients that the pain is not "in their minds."
This week, Dan is away on a trip, and he helps us understand just what is involved when a chronically ill individual travels. The amount of medicine and other equipment that must come along with him can be overwhelming. Not only that but the disease itself always gets worse when he is outside of his comfort zone. See how it ends up.
This week, Dan takes a look at just how much time and effort goes into taking care of yourself when you suffer from chronic illness. Many people do not realize just how much time gets eaten up by doctor's visits, filling prescriptions, and the other day-to-day minutiae that those who are ill have to contend with. Dan takes us through a potential month.
Medical insurance signifies many things to many people. For those with chronic illness, though, medical insurance is one of life's necessities. If the provider is generous, it can be a pleasure to deal with. If the provider is stingy, though, it can be a constant source of stress and worry. This week, Daniel tells us what medical insurance means to those who are ill.