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Baring it All : Women’s Sexual & Reproductive Health Survey

Baring it All : Women’s Sexual Health & Reproductive Survey On this Page: The Report Resources CARC Conference Poster BaringItAll – Private Plan Tips Official Website The “Baring it All : Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Survey”, was developed and launched on International Women’s Day 2021 with the goal of…

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Common Complications

Common Complications Individuals living with Spondyloarthritis (SpA) diseases are at an increased risk of developing certain common complications (commonly referred to as comorbidities, manifestations or symptoms) that as a result add to daily challenges.   Common complications can be defined as: Comorbidities or manifestations (other chronic conditions related to your…

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Complications What is a stroke? A stroke is an event that occurs in the brain due to a disruption in the blood flow to the organ. There are 3 different types of stroke, ischemic, hemorrhagic, and transient ischemic. Ischemic strokes are caused by a blockage in the arteries, whereas hemorrhagic…

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11 Ways to Prevent Psoriasis Flares

11 Ways to Prevent Psoriasis Flares We understand that Psoriasis flares could not only bring discomfort, but nagging pain to those who live with Psoriatic Arthritis.  We’ve gathered these tips and tricks that to help our community learn 11 Ways to Prevent Psoriasis Flares. Last reviewed Tue 15 January 2019…

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Complications Chronic Pain One of the predominant manifestations of spondylitis is chronic pain in the spine. Chronic pain can decrease mobility, daily functioning of tasks, mental health and overall quality of life. Therefore, it is critical to minimize the amount of pain you experience. Constant chronic pain can cause changes…

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Complications Diabetes is a chronic disease in which the body has trouble producing insulin, or can’t utilize the insulin it produces effectively. Insulin is a hormone in our bodies that is produced by the pancreas and is used to help regulate blood glucose (blood sugar) levels. Insulin is a hormone…

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Psoriasis? What is psoriasis? Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease affecting the layers of the skin. Psoriasis speeds up the creation of new skin cells from 28-30 days to 3-4 days. By speeding up this process, psoriasis doesn’t allow older skin cells to be shed properly therefore creating a build-up of…

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Complications Osteoporosis is often called “The Silent Thief” because it can cause bone mass and tissue deterioration without any noticeable symptoms. Osteoporosis is most common in older adults, especially females after menopause. Osteoporosis leads to an increased risk of bone fractures, most commonly of the spine, hips, wrists, and shoulders….

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Complications What is Lupus? Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that causes your body’s immune system to attack its own tissues. The inflammation that occurs results in swelling, pain and other symptoms. As a result, the skin, joints, kidneys, heart, lungs, blood vessels, the nervous system and almost any other…

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Complications What is Uveitis/Iritis? Uveitis is an inflammatory disease affecting primarily the middle layer of the eye known as the uvea. Anterior uveitis, also referred to as iritis, is the type of uveitis commonly associated with spondyloarthritis. Iritis is the swelling of the uvea in the anterior compartment of the…

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