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Schizophrenia and Social Security disability

Throughout one's life, an individual may struggle to find harmony between perception and reality. For most people, how they perceive an event or situation is closely in line with reality and merely colored by one's own insecurities or personal experiences. However, for an individual living with schizophrenia, the lines between perception and reality are very blurry and, in some cases, nonexistent.

For those living with multiple sclerosis, every day brings challenges

Imagine waking up one day and having difficulty walking. The next day you may not even make it out of bed due to extreme fatigue and dizziness. For those living with multiple sclerosis, every day brings new surprises and challenges that can adversely impact an individual’s mental and psychological health.

Veterans struggling with PTSD may be eligible for SSD benefits

The men and women who serve in the U.S. military sacrifice a lot. In addition to spending months or even years away from family and friends, military service members often live in foreign and hostile regions where they must constantly be on guard. Those who do participate in or witness combat or some other traumatic event may never fully recover.

Lower back injuries: common and debilitating

Chronic pain not only affects an individual's physical health but can also have psychological effects. Experiencing pain day in and out is tiring and may prevent an individual from being able to participate in activities he or she previously enjoyed as well as work. Two new studies that examined the prevalence of lower back injuries amongst people around the world and amongst workers in various industries were recently published in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases.


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