Living with an alert dog: Rhea and Jan’s story

Jan shares with us her inspirational story of her assistance dog Rhea, trained to recognise low cortisol levels. Read more

Welcoming baby Raphael

Marie-Helene was unwell throughout her pregnancy, but her symptoms were dismissed as a normal part of pregnancy until she was close to death. Read more

London Landmarks Half-Marathon 2019

The weather was kind. The sun shone. And our 20 amazing #TeamAddisons runners pounded around Central London in aid of Addison's Disease. Read more

Stomach bug causes adrenal crisis

Pippa explains what made her most recent emergency hospital admission, with gastroenteritis, a more smooth and successful inpatient experience. Read more

An update on changes to the forum

An update on changes to the forum Read more

Getting a flu vaccination this winter

Getting flu is a thoroughly miserable experience. However, if you are steroid-dependent, the consequences can be very serious, with around a quarter of adrenal crises requiring hospital admission resulting from flu-like illnesses (ADSHG member survey 2013). Fortunately, flu can be prevented – and surely, prevention is better than cure? Read more