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When Jaiden was 6, his adoptive parents, Natalie and Tim, noticed a hard piece of skin on his thigh. After a biopsy, Natalie and Tim learned that Jaiden suffered from stiff skin syndrome, a connective tissue disorder characterized by hard, thick skin. The Doctors have something special in store for this deserving family!
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He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me, he loves me not. The sacrificial flower is plucked bald and flower petals are strewn about the floor; it’s a familiar feeling for most people — wanting. A recent study of female Facebook users found women enjoyed the uncertainty. Yes, ladies, we relish the tease. […]
Snoring makes you poorer – and we’re not just talking about the money your partner spends on earplugs. Though many consider snoring to be a nighttime problem, it has real consequences on your waking life, too, particularly for your wallet. New research demonstrates that chronic snorers earn less money than people with normal sleep habits. […]
It’s said that couples can finish each other’s sentences after they’ve been in love for a long time, but maybe it was their similar way of speaking that brought them together from the start. New research shows that we are attracted to people who use language comparable to our own. Examining speech and style of […]
With half of all marriages ending in divorce, everyone wants to know what makes a marriage last. One of the main factors appears to be in how couples handle conflict. While it doesn’t take a scientist to tell you that fighting and yelling will destroy a relationship, research also found that avoiding conflict doesn’t preserve […]
Rheumatoid arthritis can take a toll on anyone’s happiness, but it’s important to keep going and take each day at a time. Watch to learn how people with RA adapt to their disease and live a good quality of life.
Although the biologics taken to treat rheumatoid arthritis can cause some side effects, the women we interviewed reported successful treatment and symptom relief. Watch this to learn how they reacted when they start taking biologic response modifiers.