The Educated Patient™ | Page 2

Living with Psoriasis
Left untreated, psoriasis can lead to serious medical complications.
Coping with Food Allergies
This information can help food allergy patients find ways to cope.
Living with ADHD
Although attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a long-term condition, it can be managed with proper treatment.
Living with Lupus
Genetics, the environment, and hormones may play a role in lupus.
Understanding Lyme Disease*
​Prevention and early treatment are key to stopping Lyme disease.
Soothing Shingles
One in 3 individuals is at risk for developing shingles.
Preventing Stroke
Understanding stroke is the first step in knowing how to prevent it.
Beating Bronchitis
Steps can be taken to prevent bronchitis from becoming a chronic condition.
Diabetic Neuropathy
Patients with diabetes can take measures to prevent or control neuropathy.
Tattoos—Think Before You Ink
Several health risks associated with tattoos can be avoided or reduced by sharing this guide with patients.
Crohn's Disease
Approximately 700,000 Americans have Crohn's disease, a chronic but manageable inflammatory bowel disease.
The Importance of Iron and Use of Iron Supplements
Iron deficiency is the leading nutritional deficiency in the world and the most common cause of anemia in the United States.
Living With Rosacea: Signs and Symptoms
Early treatment is crucial for the prevention of irreversible damage.
Living with Asthma
Patients who understand environmental triggers are better able to avoid asthma attacks.
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