What disease does Serena Williams have?
Whenever a young and healthy athlete gets sick, it always gets the attention of the press. The news is even more dramatic when the condition can be life-threatening, as in the case of Serena Williams, who reportedly developed a pulmonary embolism in late February 2011.
What American female has won the most Olympic medals?
Allyson Felix Now Has More Olympic Medals Than Any Female Track Athlete In History. Allyson Felix of Team USA celebrates after winning the bronze medal in the women’s 400-meter final at the Tokyo Olympic Games on Friday.
Which Williams has Sjogren’s?
Venus Williams has been able to control her Sjogren’s syndrome symptoms since she was a diagnosed in 2009. She has been amazingly able to continue to play tennis at a high level and even improve her game and stay competitive with her sister Serena.
Is Sjogren’s Syndrome serious?
Sjogren’s is a serious condition, but timely treatment can mean that complications are less likely to develop, and tissue damage is less likely to occur. Once treated, an individual can usually manage the condition well. Sjogren’s can develop at any age, but most diagnoses occur after the age of 40 years.