Siri Shortcuts: A Quick Path to Accessibility for Blind and Visually Impaired Users?

October 10, 2018

Siri Shortcuts, made available on iPhones following the release of iOS 12, allows both simple and complex commands actions to be performed with a single voice command. For users who are blind or visually impaired, the ... Read more


Depression: 10 of the Best Blogs in 2018

October 2, 2018

Living with depression can be deeply isolating. Connecting with other people who understand and can relate to you is often a source of comfort, even if they are the other side of the world. The ... Read more


The Smart Devices Transforming the Lives of People with Disabilities

September 26, 2018

For people living with chronic diseases, be it multiple sclerosis, arthritis, or any number of other conditions, reduced physical mobility can cause problem when it comes to everyday tasks around the home. However, the rise ... Read more


Why Apple Believes Its New Watch Could Save Your Life

September 13, 2018

Apple’s plan to make its smartwatch, the Apple Watch, a device capable of saving lives is coming to fruition. The latest step forward is Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval for two apps that ca... Read more


How to Respond to Suicidal Posts on Social Media

September 10, 2018

“I want to end it all.” If you came across a social media post indicating thoughts of suicide or self-harm, posted by a person you don’t know yourself, would you know how to res... Read more


Social Media & Suicide: Spot the Signs and Support a Loved One in Need

September 10, 2018

“I want to end it all.” If a friend or loved one published a post indicating thoughts of suicide or self-harm on social media, would you know how to help them? Such indications made... Read more


7 Personal Blogs About Life with Cystic Fibrosis

September 5, 2018

Behind each of the 70,000+ cases of cystic fibrosis (CF) there is a person with a story to tell. Blogs have become a hugely popular platform on which to do so, allowing people with CF to ... Read more


4 Questions You May Ask if Your Parent Lives with Alzheimer’s

August 30, 2018

‘Is Alzheimer’s disease hereditary?’ and ‘Is there a genetic test I can take?’ These are the type of questions tens of millions of people who have parents living with Alzheimer’s may ask ab... Read more


4 Surprising Signs of Heart Diseases You Should Not Ignore

August 21, 2018

The signs of heart disease and other cardiovascular conditions can occur all over your body, from your head down to your toes. The link may not be obvious, and people may subsequently ignore such signs. ... Read more


8 Great Blogs for Living with Psoriasis

August 8, 2018

Loneliness and isolation are two emotions with which many people living with psoriasis are all too familiar. The Internet, and blogs in particular, has helped bring people together and is a fantastic resource for the ... Read more


Multiple Sclerosis: What You Need to Know About the Different Types of MS

August 3, 2018

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease that varies massively from person-to-person. Symptoms, relapses, remissions, and disease progression are all used to categorize the disease into different forms. However, the lines between the different types of ... Read more


Parents: How to Support Children & Young People with Psoriasis

July 25, 2018

The first signs of psoriasis often occur at a young age. From children to teens to young adults, such a visible illness can be a stressful and traumatic one to deal with, and often an ... Read more


MS & Uhthoff’s Phenomenon: Coping with Heat Sensitivity

July 23, 2018

Heat sensitivity affects up to 4 out of every 5 people living with MS, one of whom is Willeke Van Eeckhoutte. She tells us what unusual item you should put in your freezer and other top tips ... Read more


Valsartan Recall: What It Means for People Taking Losartan & Other Hypertension Drugs

July 23, 2018

Following a recall of valsartan around the globe, many people taking other forms of hypertension medication, such as losartan, are unsure whether their medication is affected. If you are taking losartan, or any other angiotensin ... Read more


“A Laugh a Day…” – 3 Remarkable Facts About Heart Disease

July 19, 2018

What can a 4,000-year-old mummy tell us about heart disease? And how can a daily dose of laughter improve your health? We discover three fascinating facts about cardiovascular diseases, the science behind them, and how ... Read more


Hypertension Drug Valsartan Recalled – Find out What It Means for You

July 13, 2018

Thousands of batches of valsartan, a drug commonly used to treat conditions such as high blood pressure (hypertension), are being recalled after a contamination was discovered in the manufacturing process. The news raises important questions ... Read more


Multiple Sclerosis Blogs: Eight of the Best

July 11, 2018

Blogs are a wonderful thing, and for those living with multiple sclerosis they can be a source of knowledge, advice, wisdom, humor, and community. There are dozens of fantastic MS bloggers on the web; far ... Read more


Top 3 Meditation Apps: Which Will Give You Your Daily Dose of Mindfulness?

July 10, 2018

Headspace, Insight Timer, and Calm are three of the top meditation apps on the market, catering for tens of millions of iPhone and Android users. What are their differences, similarities, and which one is best ... Read more


What Lies Beneath the Surface: Psoriasis and Comorbidities

July 3, 2018

Psoriasis is a common, chronic skin condition that can have a severe impact on one’s quality of life. For a long time, psoriasis was regarded as a condition that only affected the skin and jo... Read more


At a Loss for Words: What Not to Say to Someone Living with MS

June 29, 2018

For those living with multiple sclerosis, life is already difficult enough. Therefore, the last thing they need is well-meaning people saying something insensitive or dismissive about their condition. If you know of someone living with ... Read more