Heather Ware

Heather is a content writer from Ohio who has a sincere passion for psychology and addiction recovery. Her areas of interest include alcoholism, depression, and recovery options, to name a few.
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Is Fibromyalgia Genetic? Reviewing Data & Assessing Risk

Whether you’re living with fibromyalgia or you’re close family with someone who is, you’ve probably asked yourself, “Is fibromyalgia genetic?” Fears of passing on...

How to Get Pain Medication Without Health Insurance

The COVID-19 pandemic has made life more difficult for almost everyone, but some have been hit harder than others. For example, more than 20.5...

Can Chronic Pain Cause Alzheimer’s? Reviewing New Data

Overview: Can Chronic Pain Cause Alzheimer's? Both chronic pain and Alzheimer’s disease are most common in older adults, but new research suggests that these two...

Oregon Decriminalizes Hard Drugs: What Happens Now?

Hard Drug Decriminalization in Oregon Overview The 2020 election was memorable in a number of ways. In addition to the protracted counting process brought on...

Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Diagnosed with Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia Overview If you have started to present symptoms of fibromyalgia, or have recently been diagnosed with fibromyalgia, it can still feel...

Remembering Ginsburg’s Disability Rights Legacy

At the age of 87, Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed away due to complications from pancreatic cancer on September 18, 2020. For those of us...

Has COVID Canceled Halloween? Staying Spooky in Quarantine

Depending on where you live, the leaves may be changing, the temperatures could be falling, and you might see children and adults gearing up...

How COVID-19 Highlights Ableism

One common talking point throughout the pandemic has been that, “We’re all feeling the effects of the pandemic.” And that’s true; with very rare...

Coronavirus and Depression: How COVID Changes Life for People of All Ages

Coronavirus may be causing depression and anxiety in both adults and children. And, as many Americans enter their sixth month of social distancing, many...

How Antidepressants Replace Opioid Painkillers for Chronic Pain

Historically, chronic pain has been treated with a variety of painkillers, psychotherapy, and lifestyle adjustments. But what if there was another option for pain...

New Research Shows Virtual Reality for Chronic Pain Could Replace Opioids

Depending on where you live, COVID restrictions may still be in full effect. And while that’s cause for concern for anyone, it can be...

How Bias Affects Black People with Chronic Pain

In the United States, it’s no secret that black people face hurdles and obstacles that their white counterparts don’t encounter. While there are countless...

10 Movies That Nailed Life with Chronic Pain

Living with a chronic illness comes with some pretty unique experiences. And whether those are bad pain days or increased strain on relationships, it’s...

10 Celebrities with Chronic Pain or Invisible Illnesses

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How People with Chronic Pain Are Surviving COVID-19

You don’t have to be an epidemiologist to know that the coronavirus pandemic has been hard on everyone. Loss of employment and disruption of...

3 Tips for Living with Someone with Chronic Pain

Living with someone with chronic pain can come with unique challenges. Even if you do not deal with chronic illnesses, having a roommate or...

Pain Management: Finding Chronic Neck Pain Relief

Just about everyone has felt neck pain at some point. Whether you slept on it wrong or hit the gym a little too hard,...

Your Guide To Peripheral Neuropathy And Alcohol Abuse

Long-term alcohol use can alter your life in many ways. One lesser-known consequence of alcohol abuse is a condition called peripheral (or alcoholic) neuropathy....

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