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Everything You Need To Know about the TSRX-PIN Registry

One of the many things the COVID-19 pandemic has taught us is the importance of scientific research. Without research, we could not solve many health questions, like how to help treat people with rare conditions like Turner Syndrome (TS) during…

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Making Exercise Enjoyable

We all know that exercise is good for us, but for someone with a chronic condition like Turner Syndrome (TS), it is even more important. Read below for some tips for making exercise more enjoyable for you and your children….

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Stress Free Health Care

The Importance of Stress Free Health Care Did you remember to take your medicine today? Did you attend your doctor’s appointment? Maintaining good health practices is a frequent topic of discussion in society. From talking about certain diets such as…

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How to Live Courageously With Type 2 Diabetes: Webinar

Confronting T2 Diabetes in Turner Syndrome Did you know that the Turner Syndrome community is at a heightened risk for developing type II diabetes? Sugary drinks and other sweet treats lovingly doled out to children may not have been the…

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Turner Syndrome and Fertility: Act Early!

While infertility is one of the primary symptoms of Turner Syndrome (TS), fertility treatments can help some patients, primarily those with mosaic TS. In this post, we summarize and discuss the article “Importance of early and precise ascertainment of mosaic…

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Connection Between Turner Syndrome and Math Skills

Is it true that all individuals  with Turner Syndrome (TS) are weaker in math than their peers? According to the many TS patients the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) interacts with, they can definitely experience challenges. But, there are many exceptions…

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Eating Healthy: Have You Eaten Your Veggies Today?

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Everywhere you turn for guidance on nutrition, you will find strong recommendations to eat more of a plant-based diet. But did you know that the many varieties of vegetables have fantastic healing properties? Eating a diet rich in vegetables (and…

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Fertility Preservation in Turner Syndrome

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In this post, we’ll review some of the information shared during the webinar “Fertility Preservation in Girls with Turner Syndrome” hosted by the Turner Syndrome Foundation, featuring guest speaker Dr. Kutluk Oktay–an OB/GYN physician and professor at Yale University. We…

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Turner Syndrome and Celiac Disease

The month of May has been dedicated to Celiac Disease Awareness. Increased awareness of both Turner Syndrome (TS) and celiac disease is critically important. Celiac disease is more prevalent in those with TS, so it is vital that patients, their…

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Exercise and Young People with Turner Syndrome

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This post summarizes an article by Dr. Thalia Thompson, et al. titled “A Mixed-Methods Study of Physical Activity and Quality of Life in Adolescents with Turner Syndrome.” It explores how Turner Syndrome (TS) affects young people’s ability to exercise, given…

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