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May – A Huge Awareness Month Pt.2

May – A Huge Awareness Month Pt.2

Oh boy! May is chock full of awareness issues we can explore! Due to the vast amount of days, this post will cover only a few, with a brief description and where you can find further information. These are the links culled from around the web. May Is Better Hearing...

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Fibromyalgia Day

Fibromyalgia Day

May 12th is a day to remember how far we have come, from the days when almost no one had even heard the word “fibromyalgia,” to today when almost everyone has heard of it and knows someone who lives it. It is also a day to celebrate yourself for the fibro warrior you are, or the fibro warriors you support.

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Graduation Season 2020

Hi Everyone! Amidst the global reality of Covid-19, this graduation season looks very different. Most seniors are wrapping up their final year virtually and commencement ceremonies are up in the air. Graduates can't be with their friends, teachers, mentors, or all of...

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May is Arthritis Awareness Month

Definition of arthritis by Merriam Webster: inflammation of joints due to infectious, metabolic, or constitutional causes also: a specific arthritic condition. Everyone will at some point-in-time in their lives discover arthritis in their own bodies. Osteoarthritis is...

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What’s Good for Pain

What’s Good for Pain

Because of COVID 19, my ablation surgery for my lower back had to be postponed, so each day that goes by the pain in my lower back continues to get worse. There is nothing I can do about that so I’m forced to do whatever I can use whatever I have to make things better. No amount of Ibuprofen seems to make much difference. While it soothes the pain in the short term, it doesn’t last that long. My prescription medications don’t last a full four hours either, and none of my medication choices completely remove the pain.

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Psoriatic Disease: End of the Year NPF

Psoriatic Disease,  indeed  heartbreaking. In my family alone, we often suffer from psoriatic disease. This is one especially important to me. Do you know someone who deals with psoriatic conditions? If you'd like to help in any way, email getinfo@psoriasis.org to...

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