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Take a Step For TS

Intro 2021 has been busy for many of us. It’s hard to balance our academic, work, family, and social lives on top of weathering the pandemic’s many changes. Because of that, it has become difficult for us to find time…

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TSF Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Each year, we observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15th to October 15th by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of individuals in the U.S. whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America. The…

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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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Daughter’s Day 2021

Raising Daughters Now and Then Today is Daughter’s Day 2021, a day in society where being a daughter and having a daughter means something completely different than it did even a few years ago.  Women are teaching their young daughters…

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A Guide to Common Challenges of Elementary Schoolers with Turner Syndrome

School can be difficult for many students, but especially if they have a chronic condition. This article will address the common challenges of elementary schoolers with Turner Syndrome (TS) and how to help them overcome them.. Disclaimers: Caretakers, this article…

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How To Open a Conversation About Turner Syndrome Diagnosis

One of the most challenging aspects of Turner Syndrome (TS) is knowing when and how to approach the TS diagnosis conversation. Whether you are a parent/caregiver or patient, read on to learn more about when and how to have this…

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Why are wills important?

The Pandemic and Leaving a Legacy Ever since the pandemic started, people across all ages have thought more about their body’s ability to fall fatally ill to chronic conditions like diabetes and diseases like COVID-19. As a result, this has…

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Turner Syndrome and Diabetes

diabetes

Diabetes is a condition that affects a large percentage of individuals with Turner Syndrome (TS). It has received even more attention due to the pandemic, as there is now a growing focus on staying healthy to help strengthen our immune…

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See’s Candies Storefront for TS

See's Candies Fundraiser

California candy company, See’s Candies, is supporting Turner Syndrome Foundation.

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My Story: What I’ve Learned as an Angel Mommy

Chelsea Patterson is a make-up artist and blogger from Michigan. Since losing her unborn baby, Noa, to Turner Syndrome (TS)-related complications, she has been on a mission to spread awareness of TS and support other angel mommies. Below is the…

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