Rheumatoid arthritis pain isn’t easy to manage when providers can’t see and touch your joints in person, but you can discuss and treat RA pain during telehealth visits. Here’s how.
Australian healthcare consumers are benefiting from improved access to advocacy opportunities thanks to online meetings during COVID-19 in 2020.
Melbourne is coming out of its second COVID-19 lockdown and my feelings about this are mixed. What Will My Post-Lockdown Life Be Like With Chronic Illness?
I’ll tell you this much: Quarantining for the second time is much harder than the first.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions and concerns, patients are delaying seeking the care they need to manage chronic conditions or to address new symptoms.
If you are living with rheumatoid or other inflammatory arthritis, systemic lupus erythematosus and other autoimmune diseases, please take a moment to read this important information from the Australian Rheumatology Association (ARA) regarding COVID-19.
Australians are using more telehealth services due to COVID-19 but many are not maintaining their regular doctor visits for existing chronic conditions.
With new face mask regulations in Victoria, more hotspots in NSW and eased restrictions elsewhere, knowing when and where to wear a face mask can be tricky.
COVID-19 testing has become a part of life across much of Australia over recent months. To help stop the spread of this deadly virus, anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms should get tested.
Australians hospitalised with severe COVID-19 symptoms can now access the newly approved drug remdesivir (Veklury®) to help speed their recovery time.