They’re in the prime of their lives: young women who are finishing college, getting married, starting careers and families. Then comes the devastating diagnosis: systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), otherwise known as lupus. One and a half million Americans are afflicted with lupus, but the disease occurs 10 times more in…more.
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With one in eight women developing invasive breast cancer in her lifetime, most of us know at least one person who has been diagnosed. Each October, Breast Cancer Awareness month in North America highlights the excruciating experience of this disease and its courses of treatment. In a previous RealWorldHealthCare.org…more.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness month, RealWorldHealthCare is showcasing an interview with surgical breast specialist, Dr. Kristi Funk, founder of the Pink Lotus Breast Center. The Beverly Hills, California based center is a state of the art facility, dedicated to the prevention, screening, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer.…more.
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we approached two-time breast cancer survivor, Kimberly Martinez, to share her story as part of our Patient of the Month series. Would you like to share your story with other patients about how cancer affects you or your family to? Drop us a…more.
Most of the readers of this blog know that cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the number one killer of men and women in this country. According to the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention, CVD is a leading cause of disability, preventing Americans from working and enjoying family activities. Out-of-hospital cardiac…more.
National patient advocacy organizations and allies are urging American women to start the year off right by learning more about cervical cancer and prevention during Cervical Health Awareness Month this January. Here’s what you need to know. Although enormous strides have been made in the prevention of cervical cancer –…more.
So you think you’re too busy to get your flu shot? It’s easy to put off, but taking the time to do it sooner rather than later could prevent you from getting sick while helping to protect those you care about – during the holidays and beyond. That’s why the U.S.…more.
As we recognize Breast Cancer Awareness Month, heroes, organizations and allies nationwide are leveraging creative strategies to empower patients and families, educate communities and mobilize supporters to overcome the disease and live healthier. Are You Dense? Dedicated to “informing the public about dense breast tissue and its significance for the…more.
This year’s World Heart Day on Sunday, September 29 will focus on raising awareness around changes that individuals – especially women and children – can incorporate into their daily habits to reduce the risk of developing cardiovascular disease (CVD). Created in 2000 by the World Heart Federation (WHF) to highlight…more.
As young people across the country go back to school, patient advocates and government stakeholders are leveraging awareness days to help communities learn about health issues impacting children, prevention strategies and efforts to improve care. Here are some examples: Children’s Eye Health and Safety Month Each August organizations including the Envision…more.