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Sjögren’s & Ear Pain Patients with Sjögren’s are at increased risk of hearing loss, both conductive (hearing loss occurs due to problems with the ear canal, eardrum, eustachian tube, or ear bones) and sensorineural (nerve deafness) types.  Autoimmune...

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Cold Peach Soup 5 large, ripe peaches, peeled, quartered 1/4 cup lemon juice 2 tbsp frozen orange juice concentrate 2-3 tbsp sugar 1 cup reduced fat sour cream ground nutmeg, as garnish Process all ingredients, except nutmeg, in food processor or blender until...

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Psychiatric Effects of Sjögren’s Syndrome – Depression and Anxiety Sjögren’s Syndrome can affect several aspects of life, including physical function, role function, social function, mental health, health perception, and pain and fatigue.  These are...

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Grilled Sweet Potatoes 1 large sweet potato, halved lengthwise 1 tbsp butter, softened salt, to taste pepper, to taste Cut two pieces of heavy duty foil, about 18 X 12 inches; place a potato half onto each piece of foil. Spread cut side with butter and sprinkle with...

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The Mental Impact of Sjögren’s Syndrome The hallmark of Sjögren’s Syndrome is its effect on exocrine glands including tear and salivary glands. Central Nervous System effects are controversial and are considered uncommon.  However, several small studies...
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