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Lauren

California
When I found out that my heart was failing in October 2007, I found myself with a large list of phone calls to make and return, and continue to do so with each new piece of information. enter: this blog. come here for the latest. About me: I am 27, I live in NYC, and I am on a non-stop quest for healing. I have a chronic illness called Scleroderma / Mixed Connective Tissue Disease (mouthful, i...

Zebrachick021

saintpetersburg, Florida
I am 25 years old and i suffer from the rare connective tissue disorder called Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome with many secondary problems to find out more please go to my blog and other pages.

CrippleExtraordinaire

California
I'm a young adult woman somewhere in her twenties who doesn't bother to keep better track of her age, loves linguistics, knitting, high fantasy books, sci-fi television, and music from the 60s and 70s. I am disabled as a result of an unspecified connective tissue disorder, arthritis, chronic myofascial pain, fibromyalgia, and a supporting cast of lesser diagnoses, which altogether cause pain...

softspot100

California
Lupus - COPD -Connective tissue and autoimmune disease. Arthritis

Wend B

Chaska, Minnesota
I have 4 kids, I am currently working on Social Security Disabilty (finally at the court hearing level). I have been married for 14 1/2 years. My family has a plethora of genetic disorders. I have Arnold Chiari Malformation type I, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Tethered Cord Syndrome, in 2001 I had a small stroke that I have fully recovered from, and now have a 1.8cm aneurysm on my right kidney....

Dr. David Trybus Doctor of ChiropractyHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Springfiled, Missouri
My name is Dr. David Trybus, I am an Alternative Healthcare Provider specializing in treating people who have complaints or symptoms that have been treated unsuccessfully in the past by the medical profession or other Alternative Healthcare Providers. I combine the BEST of Alternative and Oriental medicine to bring about a change or resolution in the patients symptoms. I am a licensed...
Communities: General Medicine

Dr. Jonathan Holt Doctor of OsteopathyHealth Maven

Palo Alto, California
Dr. Holt's practice philosophy focuses on health and wellness in addition to identifying the underlying genetic and genomic contributions to health and illness. Furthermore, Dr. Holt believes in treating the patient as a whole, facilitating the body's inherent ability to heal itself rather than just focusing on the disease process. Dr. Holt also appreciates how the Mind-Body-Spirit connection...
Communities: Genetics

Dr. Vimala Murali Health MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

San Francisco, California
I am a Homeopathic Consultant, holding a Doctorate of Homeopathic Medicine awarded by The British Institute of Homeopathy, UK.  I believe that human beings are synergistic beings operating on all levels at the same time - physical, mental, emotional as well as spiritual; in order to enjoy good health, we must feel well on all these levels.  I have a special interest in...

Lisa R. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven

Detroit, Michigan
Lisa Robertson is a freelance writer specializing in health. She works at providing information to the community on Fibromyalgia and hosts her own blog on the topic. Currently she is a staff writer for several publications and is volunteering her time to Charity Music Inc. To read more by Lisa Robertson visit: Detroit Disease Examiner

Bill S. Health Maven

Elkridge, Maryland
I'm a 56-year old federal writer-editor who was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease 10 years ago. My balance and gait are severely affected, so I work from home. I attempt to attack this disease mostly by laughing at it. I hope I can bring a smile to your face as well. I've written a book about my experience with Parkinson's disease and deep brain stimulation.  It's 100 percent of...
Communities: Parkinson's Disease