Beth W. Orenstein, Everyday Health

Beth W. Orenstein

Everyday Health

Northampton, PA, United States

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Past articles by Beth W.:

Your Ulcerative Colitis Treatment Isn’t Working: Now What?

Medication can help control ulcerative colitis, but sometimes a treatment plan loses its effectiveness. Here are the signs to be aware of and what to do about them. → Read More

How to Sleep Better With COPD

COPD symptoms and some COPD medications can keep you awake at night. Try these 10 ways to sleep better with COPD. → Read More

How to Choose Where to Live When You Have MS

Multiple sclerosis can be affected by hot and cold temperatures and other factors like stress and transportation. Here's why your ZIP code matters. → Read More

7 Tips to Ease Migraine Pain

When a migraine attack starts, you need relief, fast. Here are seven ways to ease the discomfort. → Read More

10 Essential Facts About Heat, Sweat, and Your Health

Are you at risk for heat-related illness or showing signs of one? Read this list, so you know how to take action. → Read More

Should You Go Gluten-Free for Psoriatic Arthritis?

A gluten-free diet may help ease psoriatic arthritis symptoms for some people, although the scientific evidence is limited. Keep these tips in mind. → Read More

Simple Yoga Poses for Psoriatic Arthritis

Yoga for psoriatic arthritis can help maintain mobility and flexibility, reduce joint pain, and make you feel less stressed. Try these simple moves. → Read More

7 Steps to Avoid Deep Vein Thrombosis

Long periods of immobility, smoking, obesity, and pregnancy can all increase your risk of a blood clot in the deep veins of the legs. Here’s what you need to know to help lower your risk. → Read More

Tips and Tricks for Sticking With Your UC Medication

Many people can get ulcerative colitis under control with medication, but sometimes they fail to stick with it. Learn why stopping medication can spell disaster. → Read More

Psoriatic Arthritis Cold-Weather Tips

Psoriatic arthritis symptoms can flare in winter. Ways to stay healthy include dressing warmly, sleeping well, and following a psoriatic arthritis diet. → Read More

Best Cities for People With RA

Abundant sunshine, good transportation, and a stress-free lifestyle are just a few key qualities that help determine which cities are rheumatoid arthritis-friendly. → Read More

5 Wet AMD Myths, Debunked

Early detection and treatment for wet AMD is essential, so it’s important to get educated. Here’s how to separate myth from fact. → Read More

8 Things That Can Help Restore Memory After a Stroke

Memory loss is a common symptom of stroke, but there are things you can do to help get your memory back. Just like exercising your muscles can help improve mobility after a stroke, giving your brain a workout is a key part of recovery. → Read More

8 Myths About RA Treatment — Debunked

Many people have misconceptions about rheumatoid arthritis treatment that can get in the way of effectively treating RA and minimizing joint pain and damage. → Read More

18 Warning Signs of ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)

Thinking of having your child evaluated for ADHD? Here are the key symptoms to look for. → Read More

Tiny Flaxseed Has Many Hidden Health Benefits

Science shows flaxseed's fiber, healthy fats, protein and other nutrients may help you avoid ills from cancer to diabetes and heart disease to stroke. Learn how to reap the benefits packed inside these tiny, nutritional powerhouses. → Read More

Cold and Flu: The Flu: Self-Treat, See a Doctor, or Go to the ER?

Knowing when to seek out a doctor when you have the flu is always a balancing act. Follow these common guidelines on to help you in your decision. → Read More

The Signs of Seasonal Affective Disorder

Sometimes called the winter blues, seasonal affective disorder starts in colder months and eases in spring. Learn the signs of SAD and ways to get help. → Read More

Being Social: A Key to Depression Recovery

Social support is an important part of managing depression. Find out why and learn how to be social when you have major depression. → Read More

6 Supplements to Avoid With Rheumatoid Arthritis

People sometimes turn to supplements to relieve their rheumatoid arthritis pain, but some could be doing more harm than good. See which supplements to avoid. → Read More