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Feb
Imagine improving lymphedema and lipedema symptoms through breathing and mindfulness. It might sound like wishful thinking, but these are scientifically-proven techniques that are helping people with lymphatic disorders. 
Published: 21 February, 2022
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Jan
By Dr. Emily Iker Editor’s note: Dr. Emily Iker is the director of the Lymphedema Center in Santa Monica and has a global reputation for her expertise in lymphatic disorders. She’s also one of the co-authors of the Standard of Care for Lipedema in the United States. This is a 10-minute read. In 1940, lipedema ...
Published: 24 January, 2022
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Aug
This article examines cutting-edge insights into the minds of people who have lipedema. We’ll also introduce what’s known as the matrix — the physiological structure lipedema takes within the body, plus its resulting impact on a patient’s thought processes and lifestyle.
Published: 30 August, 2021
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Jun
Lipedema puts a strain on the body and may lead to psychosocial distress, loss of mobility and quality of life. In this article, Dr. Karen Herbst discusses lipedema, several related conditions, and helpful tools for treatment.
Published: 24 June, 2021
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Jun
It is estimated that 11% of all women have lipedema. This condition is not predictable or preventable and it intensifies with each stage. By Stage 3, a woman’s body has changed so significantly, mobility and quality of life are impacted.  Lipedema involves painful fat, fibrosis and fluid, and is highly ...
Published: 16 June, 2020
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Apr
Do any of your patients have lipedema, the disease they call FAT? Up to 17 million American women and 350 million women worldwide struggle with this frustrating condition. As they try to cope with their symptoms and seek a diagnosis, they’re often dismayed to hear the same advice over and over: “Eat less and ...
Published: 28 April, 2020
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