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AutoimmuneMom.com Is HONcode Certified For Trustworthy Online Health Information

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I am excited to announce that AutoimmuneMom.com is approved as a certified website under the HONcode. You’ll see the HONcode seal at the bottom of every page on AutoimmuneMom.com, which also includes a search engine for other trusted online health websites. What is HON and what does this mean? HON stands for Health on the Net, and is a global nonprofit

How To Put Energy + Money Toward Sunny Day Financial Planning

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Note: This post is sponsored by SunTrust Bank, which helps me bring you the medical expert-written posts about autoimmune disease research on AutoimmuneMom.com. When you’re living with a chronic health issue, it’s natural to focus on the day-to-day imperatives: “What doctor appointments do I have this week?” “What driving around am I doing for the kids’ activities?” and the all-important,

Been ‘Glutened’ From Cross-Contamination? New Gluten-Digestive Enzymes Can Help

Glutened despite the best intentions

If you’ve read beyond the pamphlets in your rheumatologist’s office, you know that gluten is an autoimmune “no-no”. You probably also know that you do not have to have Celiac Disease in order for gluten to cause an autoimmune response not only in your gut, but your brain, skin, thyroid, kidneys, joint, etc. Where the inflammation arises depends on your

How To Reduce Chemicals & Toxins In Your Home That Could Be Causing Autoimmune Flares

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AutoimmuneMom note: Our friends at Modernize.com researched common household chemicals and toxins that sneak into our homes under a variety of names, and can be a root cause contributor to our autoimmune flares and symptoms. Thank you so much to them for this post. You may not be able to protect your kids from getting their feelings hurt or keep them

Managing Chronic Conditions With Your New Best Friend, The Virtual Health Assistant

Autoimmune Disease Management via Virtual Health Assistant

The list of medications, supplements, diet restrictions, exercises and doctor appointments goes on and on for those of us with a chronic condition.  Most weeks, I feel as though managing doctor visits alone is a part-time job. Helpful technology options abound — apps, wearables, smart phone reminders — and if you’re in Austin or another tech city, no shortage of