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Finding out that I can't eat everything has been the best find of my life. by Lynn B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:04pm I used to eat everything in sight. I never worried about what I was putting into my mouth. When people fussed about eating I thought they were a bit uptight. Well, I may have put everything in my mouth but it came with a price. I had headaches, depression, itchy red blisters on my face, could not sit still, could not concentrate, spent my childho ... Read on »
The Things I Hide About my "Invisible" Disease Lupus - Part 1 by Princess Lupus Posted Fri 27 May 2011 8:59pm Lupus and other auto-immune diseases are often called "invisible" diseases because for the most part you can't look at someone and see that they have Lupus. In fact I actually just call my list of conditions "Lupus" because that's the only disease most people have heard of, even if they aren't sure what it is. I'll save my list of conditions for ... Read on »
Skinesis High Definition Facial by CultBeautyBlog Posted Mon 13 Sep 2010 4:52am I have had a fair few facials in my time, but in truth, after the initial glowy relaxed feeling, the effects never last very long. But the facial I had yesterday was quite different. I tried the Skinesis High Definition Facial at Cult Beauty expert Sarah Chapman ’s South Kensington clinic and it was a revelation. Sarah’s legendary fac ... Read on »
Poor Alex by Donna Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 12:00am I haven't blogged in the last week because Alex has remained pretty much impossible - and quite frankly, I was getting very frustrated and wasn't in the mood to blog about how crappy things have been with her! She's been very frustrated, agitated and overall grumpy. She ran a few little low grade fevers, her sleeps been off and she's just no ... Read on »
Press Play: Put on a Happy Face by Rachel Wilkerson Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:03pm Since this morning’s post was about the lovely LOL, I decided to go with songs about laughter and happiness for this week’s playlist! I needed some happiness this afternoon as I ventured to the gym in the rain. I was not feeling it! Sooo…I made myself laugh out loud! A few minutes of David Cross (”Fake Tits/Real Beer”…I swear to God!), a few sill ... Read on »
Owwwwwch!! by onetoughgirl Posted Tue 27 Oct 2009 12:00am So today I had my first visit with a dermatologist. It wasn't as bad as I had expected. I just knew I was going to get a major scolding for all the "sun damage" to my skin. For those of you who may not know this...I am covered in freckles from HEAD to TOE and according to doctors...freckles = sun damage. Anyway, she did tell me that I had c ... Read on »
Blisters, Toenails and things... by Will C. Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Oct 2013 11:28am Hovercrafts - Post Vermont There are blisters. And there are BLISTERS. The upper case ones being those that lead to something beyond everyday misery. What I didn’t realize, until recently anyway, was that it is possible to get blisters under your toenails. Can you guess what happens when you get one of those? If you are readi ... Read on »
IVIG needed by Haveyroo Posted Thu 02 Dec 2010 12:12pm Miss Haven was in Oncology on November 15th and did her labs and had a full check up with her doctor and we were told that they wanted to see what her body was doing and that they would like for her to go until January 3rd before receiving her next treatment. Which sounded great to us. Then the next day Haven started with a horrible cough ... Read on »
Facing My Fears by Kelownagurl Patient Expert Posted Tue 28 Apr 2009 1:41pm I'm realizing now that doing this triathlon is all about facing my fears and testing my limits. Some of my fears have been easily overcome while others are taking a greater measure of determination. It'll come as no surprise that the open water swim is my biggest challenge and clearly not one easily managed. Even though I've been out in the lake ... Read on »
4 common skin conditions faced by most runners and how to stop them by Perry R. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 18 Jun 2009 12:19am My big left toe has what looks like a blister on the right side of the nail. It is a little puffy and much whiter than the rest of the skin. Noteworthy because in over 10 years of marathon joggling and training, I’ve experienced a total of one blister. This would be [...] Filed under: Joggling | 3 Comments » Read on »