| Posted On Sep 09, 2019 | By:

Living Life to the Fullest with Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia (FM) is characterized by chronic, widespread, achy musculoskeletal pain that occurs throughout the body. FM impacts the central nervous system, which affects the way the brain processes messages.

It is the second most common rheumatic disorder after osteoarthritis affecting 2–8% or millions of Americans. Women are diagnosed with fibromyalgia more frequently than men (about 80% vs. 20%), and it is more common in young to middle-aged women.

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| Posted On Aug 06, 2014 | By:

Better Care for a Better Life: Rosey

Living in constant pain can be debilitating. Just ask Rosey.

For much of her life, Rosey, who is 77 years old, was an active, independent, self-sufficient woman.

β€œI bought a 107-year-old, three-family house, and I got up on a ladder and scraped the 14-foot ceilings myself,” Rosey reflects. β€œIn 10 months, I got my whole apartment rehabilitated while I was working full time. I would wake up in the morning,

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