Clouston syndrome can cause significant nail abnormalities which can be a source of physical and emotional pain for many women. Read their stories for how they cope. Plus, download our new library article written by dermatologists on how to best treat the nails.
How to Prepare for and Live Your Best Sweat-Free Life
Marathon runner Adam Viccaro shares his four rules for overcoming challenges – like not sweating – to accomplish more than you ever thought possible.
15 Ways to Help Your Child Get Ready for Dental Visits and Dentures
How do you help your little ones affected by ectodermal dysplasia prepare for all of the dentist visits they need? What can you do to explain and show them what getting dentures is going to be like? Check out our resources and suggestions for how to make your child’s experience at the dentist be a positive one.
How to Choose Safer Products for Your Sensitive Skin
Do you have sensitive skin? Find out what products are safer for you to use. Plus, find out the best way to test them.
A Wig Sister is Living Her Best Hair Life
Jessica Reece has always had super thin, fragile and unmanageable hair due to EEC syndrome. Find out how trying a wig has changed her life. Plus, learn Jessica’s best tips for purchasing, choosing, caring for and styling a wig.
New Insurance Section on Website
Getting your health insurance to pay for your dental care can be tough. We can help! Use our expanded insurance resources to map out your journey to success!
What I Learned from My Three-Year Dental Treatment Journey
Jamie Sommerville shares her best tips for how to get your insurance company to cover the dental treatment you need. Plus, learn what NFED resources made all the difference.
During this season of giving, let’s think like a child!
In her book Raising Charitable Children, Carol Weisman, internationally recognized philanthropy expert (and full disclosure – a friend of mine), discusses how to instill a sense of giving in children – and then watch them develop into generous, responsible, thoughtful, kind, loving and happy adults. Carol beautifully sums up her approach in one simple line:…