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Binswanger Disease: Everything You Should Know

Binswanger disease is a form of small vessel vascular dementia, also known as subcortical leukoencephalopathy. This rare disease is caused by damage to white brain matter and can be linked to a variety of causes and risk factors. Many experts … Read more




Glaucoma vs Cataracts: Is There a Difference?

Glaucoma and cataracts are both relatively common eye disorders. Due to the range of shared symptoms and often shared outcomes, some may be led to believe that they have more in common than they do, such as underlying causes. In today’s … Read more


HIV and Skin Rash: Symptoms and Causes Explained

HIV is a virus that damages the cells in your immune system. Individuals who are HIV-positive are more vulnerable to infections such as skin conditions and skin rashes. A skin rash is a common symptom of HIV that typically occurs within the first … Read more






Feel Better: Self-Care You Can Practice Right Now

Everyone feels bad sometimes, especially when coping with a chronic illness. Whether you’re in physical discomfort, or feeling down in the dumps, there’s some quick tricks that everyone should be aware of to try and pull yourself out of … Read more







MS Hug: The Chest Tightness Symptom

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects the functions of the brain and spinal cord central nervous system (CNS). In MS, the immune system attacks the myelin (protective sheath that covers nerve fibers) and causes … Read more


Rheumatoid Arthritis: Infusion Therapy Explained

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is one of the most common types of inflammatory joint diseases in America. 41 out of every 100,000 people in the US are diagnosed with this disease every year. In the past few years, a new type of RA medication has been … Read more


The HIV Cure: How Close Are We?

The first recorded instance of HIV occurred in 1959 in the Congo. Since then, there have been substantial strides in researching the disease and effective treatments have been put into use. Unfortunately, there is still no cure. It’s … Read more