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Traveling with Arthritis – Claiming your physical limitations (for boarding)

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November 2, 2011

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Traveling with Arthritis – Claiming your physical limitations (for boarding)
The last couple of weeks have been interesting ones for me. I’ve been traveling a lot, which is something I think a lot of people with Arthritis (or any health condition for that matter) have trouble with. Well, maybe not so much trouble as concerns or struggles. I’ve been flying… Read More
 

Food, Stress, and RA: How I Found My Triggers

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October 13, 2011

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Food, Stress, and RA: How I Found My Triggers
In the last while since I have written, I have undergone many changes in my life. The biggest instigator for change, however, was my oral surgery at the end of August. I had three wisdom teeth removed, as well as a few others broken and damaged beyond repair by the… Read More
 

Finding the Root Cause of Your RA Flare Up

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October 6, 2011

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Finding the Root Cause of Your RA Flare Up
Let’s talk about joint pain! Sounds fun right? Eh, not so much but it’s a never-ending struggle for those of us lucky enough to have arthritis. A couple of weeks ago I mentioned one of the nice things about our move is the hopeful thinking that the change of scenery… Read More
 

Partaking in Hawaiian Activities with My Arthritic Knee

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September 30, 2011

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Partaking in Hawaiian Activities with My Arthritic Knee
The problem with living in a beautiful place with a million outdoor activities is struggling to keep up. Over the years I’ve fought with my body, arguing with my joints about what I can and can’t do. Sometimes it keeps me from doing things, other times I act out and… Read More
 

Moving On to a New Home & Searching for a Rheumatologist

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September 26, 2011

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Moving On to a New Home & Searching for a Rheumatologist
Moving is stressful. Moving is exhausting. I know all of this from recent experience. Over the last couple of months, the reason I have been MIA is because my husband’s job moved us from the beautiful Pacific Northwest to . . . Hawaii! Ack! Can you say crazy? It’s been… Read More
 

Keeping Your Child Protected: The 411 On Meningococcal Vaccinations

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September 4, 2011

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Keeping Your Child Protected: The 411 On Meningococcal Vaccinations
We have gained an understanding as to the “who” and the “why” of Meningitis in our previous entries, however, it is now time we took a look at the “what.” In particular, the “what” in this case refers to information parents need to know in order to ensure that their… Read More
 

Class is in Session, it’s time for a Meningitis History Lesson

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August 24, 2011

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Class is in Session, it’s time for a Meningitis History Lesson
Unlike many of the other guest-bloggers here, I have not been diagnosed with the actual disease that I am writing about.  With that in mind, I wanted to approach the subject in a way that could serve as more of an informational resource and educational tool than a first-hand account. … Read More
 

Know the Who, What, Where, and Why of Meningitis: An Investigative Series

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August 18, 2011

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Know the Who, What, Where, and Why of Meningitis: An Investigative Series
I have to admit it, before a few weeks ago I had never heard of Meningococcal (men-in-juh-coc-cal) disease.  You probably haven’t either, but you may have heard it’s more common name, Meningitis (men-in-jai-tus).  My first encounter with the disease came a few weeks back, when I made a call to… Read More
 

Fragility: the Lesser Known Pain of Chronic Illness

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July 5, 2011

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Fragility: the Lesser Known Pain of Chronic Illness
One of the most difficult side effects to having a chronic illness is the label of being a fragile person. Some of us are afraid enough of the label that we don’t discuss our illness with others; others of us do discuss it and face the issues that come along… Read More
 

Rheumatoid Arthritis – Chronic Pain and A Prescription for Gym Time?

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June 10, 2011

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Rheumatoid Arthritis – Chronic Pain and A Prescription for Gym Time?
After days of thinking of an important topic to bring up with you, I realized my own achievements must be noted. They MUST! Because not only are they incredibly significant to my health and issues with arthritis, but I’m pretty dang proud of myself and I like sharing. Full of… Read More
 
 
 

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