If you’ve ever looked through chronic illness blogs or social media profiles you’ve probably seen something called the “spoon theory” or people who call themselves “spoonies”. Here’s the article that started it all, written by Christine Miserandino. Maybe it can help you explain chronic illness to people in your lives. The Spoon Theory -
Visit Canadian Psoriasis Biosimilar Position Statement to read their recommendations. These recommendations include: If a drug plan is considering non-medical switching, If a drug plan is considering tiering All drug plans implementing biosimilar policies should conduct robust post-implementation surveillance.
Version française 1er article : L’amour et la maladie sont deux notions compatibles. Nous avons le droit nous aussi à l’amour !!! Depuis quelques années, je lis de nombreux posts sur le désespoir de trouver quelqu’un lorsqu’on est atteint de maladie de Verneuil, ou même d’une autre pathologie. Je reçois des messages de personnes qui
Let’s take a deeper look into what mRNA vaccines are in relation to Covid-19. Traditionally vaccines used to prevent the flu, or polio, contained either a purified signature protein of the virus, or a weakened strain of the virus. These are known as Killed Vaccines or Live Vaccines. Messenger RNA vaccines, also known as mRNA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oyqyLaIN3Vc Hidradenitis suppurativa negatively impacts quality of life, due to delays in diagnoses and treatment, and prolonged suffering with pain for many Canadians. Learn more about the symptoms and path to diagnosis HERE.
"Edmonton-based Krystle Sutherland was just 14 when she developed lesions on her groin and buttocks. “I was so embarrassed,” she recalls. “I didn’t even tell my mom.” Years later, she sought help from a gynaecologist, her family doctor, and dermatologists." To read the full article on "Health Insight" follow the link below: https://www.healthinsight.ca/managing-illnesses/misdiagnosed-could-your-painful-skin-condition-be-hs/