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A Ton Of Fun by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis If it is not one thing, it is another. Yes, I am still tired and as if that is not enough my neck and shoulders are all stiff and sore. I am not surprised about that at all. ... Read on »
East, West, Home's Best by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis There is a lot we can do about the many situations we encounter in daily life. We can solve them, turn them around, or even choose to walk away from them. There is one thing ... Read on »
Some Simple Steps To Relief Stress by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis I always enjoy practicing arts and crafts. Those activities are relaxing to me and I was quite surprised when our oldest daughter mentioned that doing crafts increased her s ... Read on »
Greengage by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis While I was browsing through all the available, different fruits, I came across Greengage. I had never heard the name before and was curious as to what that was. I recognize ... Read on »
A, B, C, And Much More by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis It is always amazing to me seeing how much progress has been achieved in the health department over the course of just a few decades. Many diseases can either be controlled ... Read on »
Fatigue Galore by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis I am sick. I am sick of being so tired all the time and not having any idea where that fatigue is coming from or what causes it. The weather usually has a great impact on it ... Read on »
Alternatives For Lactose Intolerance by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis Good morning! I hope your day is off to a good start, but a lot of that is in your own hands. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It is not only good for speedi ... Read on »
Patience, Patience by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis The grandchildren have returned home last Sunday. Do we miss them? Yes, of course we do, but I also have to admit that the peace and silence are very welcome for a change. A ... Read on »
Watch Out For Cyclospora by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis I have never been very excited about prepackaged salad mixes. Even though it may look fresh, I don't trust it. Lettuce is one of those rare items I prefer to buy and use as ... Read on »
The Everlasting Arms by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis The grandchildren have gone to their other grandma for a few days and that gives me a chance to catch up on the things that have been slacking, but mostly to catch up on my ... Read on »
Attending VBS by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis It must be some sort of bug that is going round. I felt bad for a couple of days last week, but it was gone just as quickly as it came. Unfortunately, it jumped from me to h ... Read on »
The Triple E Virus by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis I hadn't been feeling well for a few days and at first thought I was coming down with a cold. The first day my throat was hurting and my sinuses were draining. All that was ... Read on »
Glowing With Excitement by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis I am rather stiff and a little sore this morning. That is not surprisingly and I should have expected that, but I didn't. My achy bones and stiff muscles are a grim reminder ... Read on »
The Survival Guide For Obamacare by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis I was wondering if you had already noticed any differences in healthcare costs due to the Affordable Care Act, also referred to as 'Obamacare'. This healthcare reform plan i ... Read on »
Diabetes Causes And Prevention by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis Many diseases can lead to some severe complications and Diabetes is momentarily one of the leading conditions to cause kidney failure, amputations, blindness, cardiovascular ... Read on »
Home-Made Mustard: Healthy And Delicious by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis Making mustard at home is simple and easy and the benefits and options are pretty much endless. Right of the bat, you can decide how spicy you like it too be by using either ... Read on »
Tips For Mustard Seed Uses by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis The mustard plant has already been grown for millennia. Recorded history dates back 5,000 years when mention of it was made in Sanskrit writings. Depending on the variety, ... Read on »
Health Benefits Of Mustard Seeds by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis These spicy, aromatic, and fragrant seeds may be small, but their health benefits are great. Mustard seeds come in white, brown and black. The white leans more towards a yel ... Read on »
Arthritis Gadgets Make Life Easier by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis When it comes to (Rheumatoid) Arthritis, it is not so much about what you do, but how you do it. One thing that is unacceptable is NOT doing it. Even though the pain may be ... Read on »
New Viruses Wreak Havoc by Corry C. Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Arthritis Uh oh, just when we think we are in the clear, other viruses pop up and threaten our health. There is a new corona virus and a new bird flu strain (H7N9) going around. At pr ... Read on »