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Staying Healthy During Winter – an IVIG Patient Testimonial

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IMMUNOe and Horizon Patient Testimonial As much as I love winter time being immune deficient definitely makes it harder.  The kids being in school means germs are more prevalent around the house.  That adds another level of complexity trying to stay healthy.  Unfortunately germs are a part of li …

Symptoms and Causes of CIPD

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  Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIPD), is a rare neurological disorder. It is characterized by the inflammation of nerve roots and peripheral nerves. It is responsible for the destruction of the fatty protective covering layer of the nerves. CIPD delays the signal …

A Guide on How to Prevent Type 1 Diabetes Complications

  Type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition, which can sometimes put you at a greater risk for other health conditions or complications. Such complications could be infections, kidney failure or even blindness. Maintaining an active lifestyle, eating healthy food and managing your blood sugar lev …

Healthy Facts & Tips for People with Primary Immunodeficiency

  Maintaining a healthy and balanced lifestyle could help you ease the symptoms of your primary immunodeficiency (PI) and enjoy every day to the fullest. General tips: Avoid alcohol: Say no to alcohol. It can have a negative effect on your liver, putting you at greater risk overall. Choose non …

What is Primary Immunodeficiency?

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  Primary immune deficiency is a disorder responsible for the weakening of the immune system, which allows infections and health problems to occur more easily and often. Most people with this disease are born missing certain immune defense systems, leaving them more exposed to germs. In many c …

Actinic Keratosis & Your Treatment Options

  Actinic keratosis is a condition developing a rough, scaly patch on your skin and it is mainly caused from years of exposure to the sun. The lesions (keratosis) that develops on your skin might become cancerous if it is not treated immediately. There are many treatment options for actinic ke …