How to Support Those with Invisible Illnesses

Imagine suffering from debilitating chronic pain. Every step you take causes discomfort, and it’s perpetually at the forefront of your mind. The internal battle you’re fighting takes mental and physical energy and just going through daily tasks can be debilitating. However, those looking at you may have no indication you’re suffering, let alone that you …

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How Heart Attacks & Stroke Differ in Assigned Female at Birth Individuals

Cardiovascular diseases and stroke affect an estimated 44 million assigned female at birth individuals (AFAB) in the United States. While these conditions are relevant to everyone, individuals AFAB have a higher lifetime risk of stroke than assigned male at birth individuals and fewer AFAB individuals than those assigned male survive their first heart attack. It’s …

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How Virtual Reality Technology is Changing Physical Therapy

Virtual reality (VR) isn’t just for video gamers anymore. Advancements in technology, improved affordability, and creative uses have expanded virtual reality into the health care and physical therapy markets. Physical therapy is a necessary evil when rehabilitating post-injury or surgery. Patients should make regular visits to the in-person therapy clinic and do exercise programs at …

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