As I was going through some of my older blog posts, I found one which led me to what is now known
The average MSer should strive to have multiple income streams, or at least more than one.
In times of panic, I take a few deep breaths then try to calmly assess my current situation--my shelter, food & money--to
These are some first things I'd recommend you do when newly diagnosed:
I’m not a vegetable lover but I will choke them down in the interest of my health.
On SIRT1 and nanoparticles
Recently OH has become interested in growing our own food. He has sent away for heirloom seeds and has planted lettuce, spinach,
I have switched medication for my bladder. It says “Take twice a day, 1 hour before or two hours after eating” which
I am still waiting for my first dose of the oral MS med. In the meantime, I am wrestling with a splint
Last week I went for my Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) test.
It seems that I continuously need to educate myself about my central nervous system, my immune system and how every new MS
In February 2005, I went for my first infusion. In October 2011, I finally got my second. Then, in November, I started
I called the county's transit system to ask about services for the disabled. They requested that I make an appointment with them,
Where I discover why MSers have physical and occupational therapy.
After my routine MRI last year, the resulting report noted at the bottom that what was previously thought to be a white
$50,000 is a lot of money to us; for big corporations, it's only a drop or less.