Anne’s Story: Adapting to Life With MS

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Learning to adapt is key to managing any chronic illness. Our guest blogger, Anne P., shares the hurdles of life with multiple sclerosis in today’s post. – Anne’s Story I have multiple sclerosis and many “MSers”, myself included, get really frustrated by the fact that our disease is often invisible. Especially in the early stages of … Read more>>

Leslie’s Story: Living with RA and Lupus

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Our story this week comes from guest blogger, Leslie Rott, who is 31 years old.  She was diagnosed with lupus and rheumatoid arthritis (RA) in 2008 at the age of 22.  She holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Michigan and a master’s degree in health advocacy from Sarah Lawrence College.  She is … Read more>>

No Sugar Coating: Ally Talks Type 1 Diabetes

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 On both her blog and Twitter, Ally talks diabetes the same way she takes her coffee–very light, no sugar. The 2015 Stanford Medicine X Scholar shares with us the frustration of misconceptions about  type 1 diabetes that spread like wildfire on social media. Read her blog at Very Light, No Sugar Follow her on Twitter @verylightnosuga … Read more>>