Miracle Medicine for Migraines

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What Helps when you have a Migraine? Tell us in the Comments! Hello, I'm Annette, and I've been a long time survivor of migraines for...

Diabetic Educator who got Diabetes

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Diabetes - Type 2

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My Relationship with Depression

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Watch this video and leave a Comment to let us know who helped you the most in your Journey fighting Depression! Tag them to show them...

Our Interview With Chronic Eileen

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Chronic Eileen is an Ambassador for the Arthritis Society and helps raise awareness for the disease. Here is our interview with her.

My Fibromyalgia Dilemma

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I was diagnosed with fibromyalgia by my internist in July after I had complained about widespread pain including back spasms, fatigue, etc.

Growing Up with Psoriasis

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My days were filled with students, teachers, coaches, and office staff asking me, "What do you have all over you?"

Rheumatoid Arthritis in my 30’s

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I had just turned 31; a year I’ll never forget. I was diagnosed with Lyme disease then two months later, my 27-year-old cousin was killed in a car accident from a distracted driver. A month later, I was diagnosed with Rheumatoid arthritis. I was in so much pain.
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My Mom had this Condition and Now I Have it Too

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Do you think Children who are Growing Up with a Depressed Family member are more likely to be Depressed when they are Adults? Take a Read,...

The Way Magnesium Helped Me With Migraines

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What is your approach to treating migraines? Share to show your Support!  I have been suffering from migraines since age 21. I remember it so vividly. I...
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A Caregiver to Parents With Dementia

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To be a caregiver is the ultimate sacrifice and is tiring, hard and demanding whether anyone understands that or not.
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Hysterectomy was Not a Cure for my Endometriosis

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What’s the most frustrating part of your Condition? Take a Read, Comment on the Blog to show your Support and Share if you can...

New Year’s Resolution – Walk Every Day

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Do you manage to keep yourself motivated? Share your advice by Commenting on the Blog! New Year celebration is somehow the starting point for many...
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Adjusting to Endo and a New Medication

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How do you cope with Endo? Share this Story to Raise Awareness! Well, I’ll start this...

Rheumatoid Arthritis Fitness with Aimee

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Aimee says that although she has coped with the seriousness of rheumatoid arthritis, she has lost who she were before the disease.
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Anorexia in the Mirror

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What part of your Condition is most difficult for people to understand? Show your support by...

Normal Isn’t What Everyone Thinks it is…

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My purpose for writing this for those who are suffering, I want to be able...

Asthma and Technology

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Asthma and Technology - how they relate.

HEALTH

Mental Health: The Big Pay Back

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Mental health is very important. It's very important because it can affect you for a lifetime if you don't find some sort of recovery or if you don't recover properly. Only we know what we think about and only we can take a stand and change our thinking, our habits, our surroundings and our Mental Health.

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What Happens when Medicine Isn’t Enough?

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Recently, a great discussion happened in our Endometriosis Group: “Are there any natural remedies that help you cope with Endo?” Many women chimed in with...
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Anxiety Controls My Life

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What is the biggest challenge for you? Show your support by Commenting! Having major anxiety takes a toll on every aspect of my life. From talking on...
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Friends and Family Make Me Feel Happy

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How do you help yourself on your bad days? Share to show your Support!  I was diagnosed when I was 12. I would stay in my room...

One Day, I Woke Up Blindsided (No Pun Intended)

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Yes, it is an acronym, yet it does not stand for fast food; it refers to a chronic disease, multiple sclerosis. It is an illness I've been dealing with for the past nine years.