Our thesis is that the autonomy paradigm is inadequate for chronic care, and that the development of a new bioethics of chronic illness
More than 200 Patients at Derry Medical Center Experienced Improved Health and Lower Risk of Chronic Illness
with Lifestyle Medicine Program
28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A nonprofit initiative focused on children with chronic illness
is changing its name to reflect its expanded goals and objectives.
Living Well With Chronic Illness
: A Practical and Spiritual Guide lives up to its title, with guidelines for applying positive psychology and personal spirituality to improve one's attitude, motivation, and will to resolve problems when coping with chronic illness
com)-- There are myriad potential effects to having a chronic illness
, including some that many people don't even know about.
Washington, Oct 8 (ANI): A new study has revealed that adolescent students with a disability or chronic illness
are more likely to be victims of bullying from their peers at school.
can be a problem with the quality of our lives, but it doesn't mean one has to stop living it.
Hypnosis and counselling in the treatment of cancer and other chronic illness
The report, "Care of Patients with Severe Chronic Illness
," is the latest release from the Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, which has measured variations in health care resource utilization by geographic area, cost, and quality since 1993.
This article describes challenges that schools face in their efforts to serve students with chronic illness
and their families, and it suggests the role that professional school counselors can play in facilitating support.
The number of children with chronic illness
attending our schools has increased significantly in recent years (Gortmaker & Sappenfield, 1984; Newacheck & Stoddard, 1994).
I am a physician who treats hundreds of patients with chronic illness
from chemical overexposure.