Managing a chronic health problem can be a lifelong journey for some, but with support and a better understanding of the roads before them, the journey may become easier to travel. This site offers educational videos, downloadable brochures and apps on the diagnosis, treatment and/or management of many health conditions. Use these educational tools as a roadmap to help start on the path to better health management.
Swollen or damaged airways can make it difficult to breathe. When these conditions are progressive, understanding the symptoms and treatment options is important. If you have any questions about your condition, talk to your health care provider.
Over time, damage to the heart and blood vessels may lead to health problems like high blood pressure, high lipids, acute coronary syndrome and heart failure. If you have questions about your condition, talk to your health care provider.
Maintaining a healthy level of glucose (sugar) in the blood and understanding the symptoms and complications when the levels are too high or low is essential to managing diabetes. If you have questions about your diabetes, talk to your health care provider.
Mental illnesses like depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia affect a person's mood, how they think or behave and may diminish their ability to cope with the everyday demands of life. If you have questions about your condition, talk to your health care provider.
If you've been diagnosed with cancer, you will likely have questions about the disease, how it may be treated and what outcome you might expect with your health condition. It can be hard to understand what cancer means and difficult to talk about it, but it's important to discuss any questions or concerns you may have with your health care provider.
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