Health and Medical Conditions, Disorders and Diseases
This busy and popular section of ABLEize provides you with numerous websites covering medical and health conditions and diseases, many of which do not naturally fit into the (disabilities) category.
The sites and services listed here provide professional advice and information about a range of conditions and diseases and may also offer help, support and guidance in a number of areas. Please see the categories below and click on the area of interested, these are listed alphabetically from ADHD through to stuttering. Hit the category of interest to find a number of resources of interest.
ABLEize list these and many more Internet resources free for you to explore and hopefully discover the information or advice you require. If you found this of interest please share this page with others so they can also benefit.
Dedicated to skin disease research. Includes related links and information downloads along with online petitions, community events and skin care information and how to donate to this worthy cause.
the largest web site for Thyroid, Parathyroid and other Endocrine Disorders. This information is intended for the education of patients and their families. There are over 150 very detailed but easy to understand pages.
A to Z listing of digestive disorders with sympom details and disorder information.
Conducts research into conditions such as pollen, hay fever and asthma.
Osteochondritis details, symptoms and information listed in the PatientPlus web site.
Providing details of this disorder with over 150 different syndromes including loss of hearing or vision, sensitivity to light and respiratory problems. Site offers FAQ and explains the types of Ectodermal Dysplasia (ED) and how to get help.
Providing information and support for anyone affected by or interested in Centronuclear and Myotubular Myopathy.
Enables charities to work together to improve the quality of life of all those in the UK living with a neurological condition.
A national charity run by kidney patients to offer information, advice and help to people with chronic kidney disease.
Explains who gets Scheuermann’s disease (OCD) and details of if it can it be cured.