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Danielle Bosley

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Where to get emotional support for breast cancer

There might not be an illness any more strenuous that tests the wills of mankind more than cancer. As soon

Psychological effects of heart conditions

From cardiac arrest to minor arrhythmias, heart conditions affect many people in the United States. For the less fortunate, heart

Psychological effects of epilepsy

One in 26 people are diagnosed with epilepsy in their lifetime. It’s more common than most people think. This disorder

Psychological effects of epilepsy on children

Epilepsy is a disease that affects the nervous system. Around 750,000 children were diagnosed with epilepsy in the United States

Psychological effects of diabetes

In the United States alone, 29.1 million people live with diabetes. Among them, 27.8 percent are still undiagnosed. Still, both

Psychological effects of diabetes on children

When most people think of diabetes, they think of an overweight adult who has caused the majority of their own

Psychological effects of COPD

COPD — otherwise known as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease — is a diagnosis that no one wants to hear. Despite

Psychological effects of COPD on seniors

Chronic Obstructed Pulmonary Disease affects a lot of people in the United States. In 2010 alone, it claimed the lives

Psychological effects of cancer

Anyone who has ever spent the day in an oncology ward knows all too well what the inside world of

Psychological effects of cancer on children

Cancer is difficult enough for an adult to cope with. Adults understand the reality of what cancer imposes. They know

Psychological effects of breast cancer

Breast cancer claims the lives of around 40,890 in this country each year — the vast majority of them being

Psychological effects of breast cancer on seniors

While we often see breast cancer ads plastered with middle-aged females and hear stories of young mothers who were taken

How to live a happy life with epilepsy

Being diagnosed with epilepsy can seem like a life sentence to some people. One day, your life is just as

How to live a happy life with diabetes

Diabetes affects the lives of 1 in 10 American people. Among them, 90 to 95 percent of all people with

How to live a happy life with COPD

In the United States, COPD is the third leading cause of mortality. This surprises many people, and worries those who

How to live a happy life with cancer

There’s nothing glamorous about cancer. To an extent, we all live in fear of it. What is cancer? It’s a

How to live a happy life with breast cancer

Life doesn’t look very good from the inside of the oncology ward. Contrary to popular belief, women and men alike

How to live a happy life with a heart condition

If you take a look around the cardiology department of a hospital sometime, you probably won’t see a lot of

How to cope with heart conditions and depression

As ironic as it may be, heart conditions are not for the faint at heart. They plague many people of

How to cope with epilepsy and depression

Comorbid conditions affect a wide proportion of the population. There are 3 million people living with epilepsy in the United