#ChronicIllness Morning Post | A selection of online health related newspapers/magazines/newsletters/blogs | LONG POST

#ChronicIllness Morning Post: 

My favourite daily’s

  • Focus on Disability;
  • Autoimmune / Arthritic Systemic Life; Fibromyalgia ME Chronic Pain;
  • UK Care Guide;
  • My Disability Matters News & Opinion Digest  
  • The brain and mental health voice;
  • Psych Central Daily Newsletter – New today from Psych Central
  • Disability News Service …

 



Twice Daily!  news from Focus on Disability 


#carenews #careguide #care #homecare #elderly #disabled #chronicillness  #invisibleillness


For disabled people, the elderly and their carers in the UK

Why not visit and sign up >

Their mobile-friendly websites provide online support, information and products for disabled people, the elderly and their carers in the UK.
Please help their wealth of information and resources reach the disabled community by visiting them and sharing. 

Visit the link above to find all their social media links! 

Don’t forget to check this evenings post for their next update!

 



Twice Daily!  Life Chronic Pain & Autoimmune Systemic Diseases & Dementia® 


#HealthNews #ChronicPain  #Autoimmune  #Systemic #Dementia #Arthritis #Lupus #Sjogrens #PatientAdvocacy  #chronicillness  #invisibleillness

This paper is great for variation, and health related news for disorders that are invisible or not generally heard of.  


Rhia SteeleAll aspects of autoimmune/chronic pain illnesses, fighting to survive & grow past them, as I now stand alone to disallow these to get me down.


The Latest Health News & Related Subjects from Rhia at your fingertips

Why not visit and sign up >

Published author, writer, activist, Platinum Ambassador for the Arthritis Foundation, Advocate for WEGO Health, blog Lupus, RA, Sjogrens’, Health, patient with autoimmune illnesses, and how they can wreck life, or you can make it better, love helping others.

Don’t forget to check this evenings post for their next update!

 



Twice Daily!  news from UK Care Guide 

#carenews #careguide #care #homecare #elderly #disabled #chronicillness  #invisibleillness

A UK care news site designed to help both those going in to care and those supporting a loved one going in to care.  Their aim  is to bring together all the important information that people will need.

Why not visit and sign up >

Don’t forget this evenings post for their next update!



 

Daily!  My Disability Matters News & Opinion Digest |  See TODAY’s headlines | Visit the link to sign up for their newsletter and to read latest news | 9 May 2018

#disability #disabilitynews chronicillness

 

Headlines for today

  • Government refuses to say what has happened to its disability strategy
  • Toxin linked to motor neuron disease found in Australian algal blooms
  • Disabled solicitor launches ground-breaking legal case over PIP discrimination

 

Further Reading

  • We can’t just leave it to the NDIS to create cities that work to include people with disability
  • Government decision due on fund to help the disabled stand for election
  • PIP claims could have been decided on unacceptable assessment reports
  • How businesses are measuring and improving access for disabled people in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  • Four jailed over furniture scam that targeted disabled and older people

 

Visit and sign up here for Worldwide Disability Matters DAILY News

 



Twice Daily!  Fibromyalgia ME Chronic Pain | 

#Fibro  #ME #CFS #ChronicPain #invisibleillness

Fibromyalgia ME Chronic Pain is out!  How it’s Costing You in Happiness, Financially and in Your Relationships!

Why not visit and sign up >

“Life doesn’t have to be over when you are chronically ill, you just have to reinvent yourself and what you do… Fibromyalgia, ME, Chronic Pain… We can help” – paper.li > fibromyalgia ME /publisher

Don’t forget to check this evenings post for their next update!

 



 

The brain and mental health voice is out! | selection by Valeria Duflot | 


#brain #mentalhealth #chronicillness  #invisibleillness


Why not visit and sign up >

Valeria Duflot on Paper Li

  • #Socent
  • veneziaautentica.com cofounder
  • Striving for sustainable, community driven, eco-friendly innovation in the fields of health, culture, innovation and travel

Updates every couple of days!

 



Latest! from Psych Central  |  Psych Central  Daily Newsletter  |  8 May 2018 


#mentalhealth #depression  #anxiety #stress #chronicillness  #invisibleillness


Headlines for today  >>>

  • Four Ways You May Experience Fear and Anxiety
  • When You’re Overwhelmed with Being an Adult
  • Working Night Shift May Impact Metabolism Genes
  • Some Antipsychotics Tied to Greater Risk of Gestational Diabetes

Sign up for newsletters > Home Page:

 



Disability News Service (DNS) 


#disability  #disabilitynews

A great site for health and disability news 


Disability News Service (DNS) is run by John Pring, an experienced journalist who has been reporting on disability issues for nearly 20 years.

He launched DNS in April 2009 to address the absence of in-depth reporting in both the specialist and mainstream media on issues that affect the lives of disabled people. 

Read more Disability News Service – About us

Visit the website to check out their latest disability news >>>

 



FREE EVENT – not many tickets left!  Get yours now via the link below 🙂

Burning Nights CRPS – 4th Annual national Burning Nights CRPS conference

4 November 2018 | 9:30am – 4:30pm

North East UK | Marriott Gosforth Park Hotel | Newcastle Upon Tyne

Burning Nights CRPS – 4th Annual national Burning Nights CRPS conference

 



Other Newsletters / Magazines / Blogs of interest including  > > >

Change around in the Chillout Lounge!

 “Inner Peace & Balance” Deep Meditation Music l Healing Music Relax Mind Body l Soothing Relax || Meditation and Healing  |  29 April 2018

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Many thanks SQUARE POSTER Communit

 A Huge thankyou to everyone who took part in the ‘Impatient’ survey

For

The ‘im-patient’ Summit

Excerpt:

We’re putting on a pharma conference where patients are the ones to design, create and implement the programme. This way, patients really are setting the agenda.

Watch this space for further developments

 <<< >>>


FibroFlutters continuously
Advocating for a Multi-Disciplinary approach to all aspects of medical healthcare. With a model approach using all the ‘stakeholders’ I’ve designed a patient’s perspective of what patient-centred care, patient-included, patient-involved, patient-centric should look like and involve, that’s everyone by the way! 
You all need to pitch in!!


 

Awareness Campaigns

With May 12th drawing closer campaigns are beginning to hot up as everyone is busy preparing their events and awareness drives.  So between now and then I shall endeavour to share as many as I can 🙂

Got a May 12th campaign you’d like to share, drop me an e-mail, Carole at fibroflutters@gmail.com



 

#Fibromyalgia #fightfibro #Fibro2018 #fibroawareness #shoutitloud #Patients #JustGiving

Fundraising to raise £20,000 for Fibro drop-in centre  |  Rock Off Fibro ~ Fibromyalgia awareness

 


Quoted from Just Giving page:

“Weʼre raising £20,000 to Help fund the opening of the UKs 1st Fibromyalgia, drop in center to drive our work forward helping those with Fibro , Ptsd , Chronic pain”, Jackie Williams ~ Rock Off Fibro, Fibromyalgia Awareness

Please can you help such a worthy cause, patients are trying to help other patients?!


Visit Rock Off Fibro’s PUBLIC group on FaceBook  >>>

Visit Rock Off Fibro on Twitter  >>>

 



#invisibleillness #PatientVoice #chroniclife #ChronicBlogger  #silentlysuffering  #mentalhealth 

Handicap Placard Police… You Can’t Bring Me Down!  |  My Foggy Brain ~ WordPress blogger | 8 May 2018

Opening lines:

‘I know many of you suffer silently with your invisible illness… you work hard to feel good… to get through EVERY. SINGLE. DAY… you do it many days without complaining and without showing your pain… and then someone just tramples on that hard work and makes you realize just how invisible your illness really is.’

Read more via the following link  >>>

About ‘My Foggy Brain’  >>>

 



 #MSK #musculoskeletal #Arthritis #backpain  #chronicpain  #connectivetissue #chronicillness

* Conditions like back pain and arthritis must have global health response |    |  Curtin University

Excerpt:

‘Professor Briggs said the research called on WHO and its Member States to help reduce the global disability burden of musculoskeletal conditions by explicitly addressing it in health reforms and policy agendas, including setting global targets that align with people’s functional ability, rather than only mortality outcomes.’

Quoted from Curtin University ‘About’ page:

‘Curtin is an innovative, global university known for its high-impact research, strong industry partnerships and commitment to preparing students for jobs of the future.’

Link to Curtin University About page  >>>


More information: Andrew M Briggs et al. Reducing the global burden of musculoskeletal conditions, Bulletin of the World Health Organization (2018). 

Journal reference:

  • Bulletin of the World Health Organization (Link is at the end of the post)

 

 



#IntegratedCare #IntegratedMedicine #wellbeing  #healthcare

* Is integrative medicine right for you?  | Len Canter ~ Healthday Reporter |  8 May 2018

Excerpt:

‘Integrative medicine focuses on your well-being and considers all aspects of your health: physical, emotional, mental, social, spiritual and environmental. It draws on whatever medical approaches—traditional or alternative—will serve you best.’

Read more via the following link >>>

Sourced from >>>


 

PLEASE NOTE

Healthday Copyright © 2018 HealthDay. All rights reserved. 

 



MRI 'glove' provides new look at hand anatomy
In a first for MRI, a glove-shaped detector proved capable of capturing images of moving fingers. The technology showed how tissue types moved in concert, which could be useful in cataloging differences seen in injury. Credit: NYU School of Medicine

#technology  #robotics  #research  #RandD #science 

* MRI ‘glove’ provides new look at hand anatomy  | Published by  NYU Langone Health

Opening Line:

‘A new kind of MRI component in the shape of a glove delivers the first clear images of bones, tendons and ligaments moving together, a new study finds.’

Read more via this link and learn about NYU Langone Health  >>>

 



 

Tissue-engineered human pancreatic cells successfully treat diabetic mice
Vascularized pancreatic islets (areas in green) bioengineered by researchers and transplanted into a mouse. The bioengineered islets — which have a network of blood vessels (shown in red) and secrete hormones like insulin — are shown seven days after transplant. Scientists reporting research data in Cell Reports say their goal is to one day translate the bioengineering process used to generate and transplant mouse pancreatic islets to human patients with diabetes. Credit: Cincinnati Children’s

#Research  #PancreaticCancer  #Diabetes

* Tissue-engineered human pancreatic cells successfully treat diabetic mice  |  Published by Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

Excerpt:

‘In a study published by Cell Reports, the scientists use a new bioengineering process they developed called a self-condensation cell culture. The technology helps nudge medical science closer to one day growing human organ tissues from a person’s own cells for regenerative therapy, say study investigators at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center in the U.S. and Yokohama City University (YCU) in Japan.’

Read more via this link and learn about the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center  >>>

More information: Cell Reports (2018). DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2018.03.123 

 



#ChronicVacation  #ChronicPlaycation

* Lying on the beach not the best way to refresh, says wellness tourism expert | by Joseph Paul | Purdue University  | 8 May 2018

Excerpt:

‘Fascination: “A very fatigued person, a very tired person, really should go to a place that provides fascination instead of a place that’s already set in stone in their minds. Once you are attracted to a particular scene, you rest what we call your directed attention – the kind of focused mental energy that you need on a daily basis in order to funcation well for work and study– and activate your indirect attention, which is being drawn to things that make you a being of thought.’

Read more via the following link  >>>

About Purdue University  >>>

 


 

Related reading  >>>

We Need Play-cations, Not Just Vacations | mindinthemaking.org

 


All the above links marked with  *  were sourced from 

Newsletter Phys.org   via  Science X Network

 



#patientvoice #chronblog #chronicillness #skincancer #melanoma #paleskin #chronicblogger

I Told You I Was Sick | Proud to Be Pale – How a Melanoma Diagnosis Changed the Way I See My Skin | 7 May 2018


Quoted from Opening lines of Jaime’s ~  Proud to Be Pale – How a Melanoma Diagnosis Changed the Way I See My Skin:

“I know. I know. I know. I’m so white, I’d make a sheet of paper jealous. I get it. I’ve heard it all. I’m pale, fair, porcelain, delicate, etc. Yadda yadda yadda.

**sigh**”

Read more via the link below  >>>

Visit Jaime’s website to see what she does and learn more about who she is and what her daily #Chronic battles are.  Sign up her her newsletters  >>>

 


I love Jaime’s opening lines, because they’re something I’ve heard for most of my life too.  Being fair skinned and Strawberry Blonde haired growing up I heard them all. We are automatically put us on the at risk register for skin cancers.  It is wonderful that Jaime found it and survived it. 

I was lucky a few years back when sent via fast-track to Dermy with a suspected melanoma because my lesion, that was actually 20yrs old,  and diagnosed as a benign type of skin lesion that sits on the surface of the skin known as ~ Seborrheic Keratosis, hadn’t developed into a melanoma, or wasn’t one as they first thought!  It still needed removed though!!  My GrandFather battled skin cancer for years and skin problems run on both sides of the family, I have inherited many of them 😮

Every new skin lesion I find gets checked, and the moles I have also are being kept an eye on.  My connective tissue disorder and my body’s inability to absorb vitamin D properly also do not help matters.   Carole Sian ~ aka fibrofly73

The following article, ‘Seborrheic Keratosis vs. Melanoma: What’s the Difference?’, is a very interesting read and by the end of you will understand why it is important to get new skin lesions checked, especially if they concern you.

Seborrheic Keratosis vs. Melanoma: What’s the Difference?’  |  Healthline | 

Quoted opening lines of the article Seborrheic Keratosis vs. Melanoma: What’s the Difference?  >>>

‘Seborrheic keratosis is a common, benign skin condition. These growths are often referred to as moles.

Although seborrheic keratosis typically isn’t cause for concern, its look-alike — melanoma — is. Melanoma is a potentially deadly type of skin cancer.’

Read more via the link below  >>>

www.healthline.com/health/skin-disorders/seborrheic-keratosis-vs-melanoma


  • If you are worried about your skin and any risk factors please consult your GP for advice as they are qualified to send you to the right places for treatment and diagnosis. 
  • Please do not wait around and leave it because most skin conditions will just keep getting worse the longer you leave them without treatment.

Many thanks for reading



#ResearchDigest #Psychology #BPS #regrets #MentalHealth

We are haunted more by regrets about not becoming the person we wanted to be, than not becoming the person we were expected to be  |  Christian Jarrett  | The British Psychological Society  |  3 May 2018

Excerpt from the article :

“The researchers surveyed hundreds of participants, including students, but mostly members of the public recruited on Amazon’s survey website. For most of the studies, the researchers started out telling their recruits the difference between regrets concerning the “ideal self” (not achieving goals they had set for themselves, their dreams and ambitions) and “the ought self” (not meeting the norms and rules they had for themselves or fulfilling their obligations to others), before asking them to list, name and categorise their regrets.”

Read more via the link below  >>>


About the Author  >>>

Visit ‘The British Psychological Society’s’ Home Page on WordPress for more ‘research digests’ and posts  >>>

Sourced from the Weekly digest for ‘Research Digest’ on 7 May 2018

 



#ChronicPain #CostoclavicularSyndrome #WomenIssues | A post that is definitely for our ladies

Chronic Body Pain Newsletter | Subject: Everything you need to know about bra strap syndrome | 5 May 2018

A great post based on a topic that women from all realms of #chronicillness have problems with. I know I have varying issues, but bra strap syndrome is the least concerning one of them.  Wearing bras is becoming difficult with alternatives often being too expensive, but the cost on the body from wearing ill-fitting bras could end up being more costly.

I’ve been getting #parathesia in left arm for around 10 years, nowadays I have it permanently at some level every day.  On the days it is bad I can’t even lift it let alone try to pick anything up, or get dressed, washed… all of these little ‘daily’ things  that everyone ‘takes for granted’ are affected.


Quoted from Physiopedia – Costoclavicular Syndrome:

The costoclavicular syndrome was first described in soldiers with loaded knapsacks, who developed pain, numbness, and fatigueability of the arms as they stood at attention.[4] The mechanisms of compression involved downward movement of the clavicle against the first rib with a resultant tendency to shearing of the neurovascular bundle.[5]

www.physio-pedia.com/Costoclavicular_Syndrome


Read the post via this link >>>

Why not visit the website for more informative and helpful posts related to chronicpain problems, you can also sign up to recieve their regular newsletters  >>>

 



A few words from me – Carole aka fibrofly73

Personally, I wish I could sit down and design a bra that is specially designed to suit folks with health problems such as #costchondritis #hidradenitis, or any other type of probem related to breasts and the chest area.  For instance even something as small as having slight scoliosis at the top end of the spine means our body shape isn’t the same as what the regular bras are designed for.  Just like #EDS and some types of #HSD like myself where I have small shoulders so keeping straps up is always an issue, and having the weight of larger breasts does not keep straps on shoulders… it’s a myth!

I can’t wear them  😮

I wore one last Thursday for about 4 hours and have now got huge welts under left breast that are extremely painful, they also making moving about painful.  This is due to the friction of fabric more than anything due to having such #hypersensitive skin in such a delicate area. #Hypermobility in my shoulders and elbows make the other types of support bras a ‘no-no’ because my shoulders and elbows pop out / slide around when I’m trying to put them on, so causing myself damage in the process.  #Prevention is better than a cure sometimes… so I go without.  No choice!

Living on benefits I cannot afford to buy tailor-made clothing of any sort!

 



LATEST ISSUE! #sleep #tiredness #chronicfatigue #stress #anxiety #copingstrategies #mentalhealth

Patient Newsletter  |  Subject:  Reasons you feel tired all the time  |  9 May 2018

Headlines:  

  • Reasons you feel tired all the time – there’s a link to find a solution
    • Feeling tired all the time might simply indicate that you’re not getting enough shut-eye. But if you’re feeling truly exhausted, and can’t pin it on any obvious cause, the situation might require a bit more attention.

Get your energy back

  • Signs your job is making you sick
  • How to stop snoring wrecking your sleep and your relationship
  • Surprising facts about thyroid problems
  • Visit our Sleep Problems forum
  • Do you need to drink eight glasses of water a day?
  • The link between anxiety and insomnia

Read more articles / posts from the newsletter by following this link  >>>

Visit the Home Page and register for patient access as well as newsletters >>>

Patient work in partnership with the NHS

 



 

#HeartHealth #bhf #nutrition #100calories

British Heart Matters – magazine, nutrition | What does 100 calories look like?  | British Heart Foundation  |  5 May 2018

A fabulous post showing you the different food types as 100 calories!

Why not visit the website and register for ‘British Heart Matters’ magazine and newsletters  >>>

The British Heart Foundation >>>

British Heart Foundation is a registered Charity No. 225971. Registered as a Company limited by guarantee in England & Wales No. 699547. Registered office at Greater London House, 180 Hampstead Road, London NW1 7AW. Registered as a Charity in Scotland No. SC039426

 



 

This is not really a surprise though is it!

Privacy Fears May Be Holding Back Digital Therapeutics Adoption | Anne Zieger | EMR and HIPAA |  3 May 2018

Excerpt:

‘For example, a new study by innovation consultancy Enspektos has concluded that patients may be afraid to adopt digital therapeutics options. Many fear that the data might be compromised or the technology may subject them to unwanted personal surveillance.’

About the Author  >>>

Visit the website for more information and sign up for the newsletters  >>>


From the website:  Please note…
Copyright © 2018 HealthcareScene.com, All rights reserved. 
Healthcare Scene provides news, updates, white papers and webinars covering the latest in healthcare IT. Visit us online and see our network of Health IT websites at: www.healthcarescene.com

 



#digitalhealthnews #digitalhealth

Digital Health Newsletter |  3 May 2018hg

Feature >>>

  • The tech revolution is coming, and the NHS needs to be ready

A few of the headlines >>>

  • Digital Health Intelligence forecast NHS IT market to hit £4bn by 2022
  • NHS England orders evaluation of flagship GDE programme
  • Jeremy Hunt backs calls for ‘WhatsApp-style’ messaging app for NHS staff

Link to the newsletter with many more stories / posts and news to read >>>

Link to their homepage where you can read more digital health news and sign up for newsletters  >>>

Registered No. 9257440
Vat No. 198 3531 71


#MentalHealthNews  #mentalhealthnews #MentalHealthAwareness

Welcome to your NEW WEEKLY! mental health break  |  Psych Central  |  2 May 2018

A new newsletter from Psych Central with a fabulous new look and a great selection of good reads for you.

Headlines  >>>

  • How to Tell If Someone Is Cheating
  • Working Through Your Emotions with Your Hands
  • How To Tell Childhood Emotional Neglect From Borderline Personality Disorder
  • 21 Signs Your Teen Could Be Abusing Drugs Or Alcohol
  • What’s Up with Bill Cosby? A Perfect Example of the Duplicitous Narcissist

PLUS more in >>>

  • News & Views / World of Psychology / Best of Our Blogs

Link to the newsletter  >>>

Sign up for newsletters > Home Page  >>>

 



#autoimmunity  #Autoimmunity

Your Autoimmunity Connection Newsletter – DrBonnie360  (May 2018) | Featuring – The Mouth: Fun, Flirty, and Full of Bacteria | Post published 25 April 2018

Written by: Bonnie Feldman, DDS, MBA, Ellen M. Martin, Hailey Motooka

Opening Lines:

‘Most people have personal reasons to practice good oral hygiene, whether to get a whiter smile, have minty fresh breath to impress a date, or just to prevent cavities that require an unfun visit to the dentist. But most people are unaware that good oral hygiene is vital to maintaining a balanced relationship among the millions of bacteria that live inside your mouth!’

Read more via this link  >>>

About ‘Your Autoimmunity Connection’  >>>

Visit ‘Your Autoimmunity Connection’ website and sign up to recieve their newsletter and read other blog posts  >>>

 



#Migraines #MigraineAwareness

Migraine.com weekly newsletter  | Headliner:  The Difficulty of Asking for Help | Migraine.com  |  2 May 2018

Check out their website for information and more posts / articles, you can sign up for the magazine or newsletters  >>>

 



#Patient #ChronicBlogger  #spoonie

Music Makes Everything Better  |  Sam – My Medical Musings  |  3 May 2018

Excerpt:

‘I still feel my pain. Each step causes sharp shocks through my body but it’s not at the forefront of my mind. That small change of allowing the music to flood my mind, allows me to complete the task I want to do. The music soothes my soul and that reduces stress, which in turn helps reduce my sense of pain.”

Read more via this link  >>>

Why not visit Sam’s blog and sign up for her newsletters  >>>



#Relationships & #MentalHealth

Psych Central Blog | Relationships / Sexuality | When Do You Discuss Mental Illness During Dating?  |  Mike Thornsbury, MHA Board Member  | 

Excerpt:

‘So, how and when do you talk about your mental illness: before the first date or after your second? Perhaps you even wait for a third? It depends.

But me? I tend to bring it up in the first conversation.

I don’t like to hide things and I like everything to be in the open.’

Read more via this link  >>>

Check out and join the Psych Central community blog >>>

Sign up for newsletters > Home Page  >>>

Sourced from  >>> NEW WEEKLY! mental health break  |  Psych Central  |  2 May 2018

 



 

#GlutenFree #GlutenFreeLasagne  #QuinoaRecipe

How to Make Gluten-Free Lasagna with Quinoa  |  EatingWell | Daily Nosh | 3 May 2018

Description:

See how to make noodleless lasagna using quinoa instead of pasta for a gluten-free, vegetarian dinner. This healthy recipe satisfies your comfort food craving with whole grains and veggies.

Watch the video and learn how to make it via this link  >>>

Eating Well website >>>

 



Take a break from FB

The British Psychological Society (BPS) Newsletter  |  Headliner:  A five-day break from Facebook will lower your physiological stress levels  |  3 May 2018

Sign up for the newsletter, or subscribe for Society Membership via The British Psychological Society website  >>>

 



Latest edition! 

ARMA Newletter | Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance  | May 2018

Who are ARMA? – About ARMA

Lots of things to read in this issue!

 



Latest!  RONNY ALLAN – LIVING WITH NEUROENDOCRINE CANCER NETwork with ronny© | RonnyAllan.NET – Community Newsletter| 30 April 2018

“AWARENESS OF NEUROENDOCRINE CANCER AND ASSOCIATED ISSUES. SUPPORTING AND HELPING NET PATIENTS”

Ronny’s Community Newsletter  >>>

 RonnyAllan.NET – Community Newsletter April 2018

Blog Home Page  >>>

 



Are you a LUPUS survivor?
Lupus Survivors Gets a Face-lift  |  Lupus Survivors newsletter |   1 May 2018

Introductory lines to the newsletter:

This May is a month of celebration for LupusSurvivors.com. We launched a new website with a new sleek design to showcase the many inspiring stories that so many of you have contributed.

You can check out Lupus Survivors new sleek website via the following link >>>

You can also sign up for their Newsletters too 

 



 

Latest! ‘Gluten Free’ news!!

The Celiac Scene News – May 2018

Your Gluten-Free Guide to
Victoria, Vancouver Island & Gulf Islands!
Canada! Enter to win the Everyday Gluten-Free Gourmet Contest!
Runs May 1st to May 7th. Click here!
Information taken from the Newsletter

The Celiac Scene News – May 2018

Why not pay the site a visit for news for the ‘Gluten Free’ and sign up for their Newsletter >>>

theceliacscene.com/



Latest Issue!

Happiful Magazine |  May edition – Do you want to hear a story? 

Featuring >>>

  • Raw Fruit and Vegetables Can Improve Mental Health
  • Did You Know?
    Cuban Factories Employ Storytellers to Read to Workers
  • The Mindful Living Show Returns
  • Print Subscriber Offer

Link to the newsletter >>>

Visit the happifulmag shop >>>



Latest!

April 2018 Newsletter from Stress Resources  |  Pamela Ressler  |  April 2018

‘Stress Resources specializes in providing individuals and organizations with strategic, sustainable tools to build resilience and mindfulness. Our goal is to empower your creativity, productivity and leadership’  from the home page.

For more articles and information visit the Stress Resources website where you can also sign up for their newsletter  >>>

 



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Corrected date

Latest issue!  NICE Newsletter | 25 April 2018


National Institute for Health and Care Excellence – NICE –  provides national guidance and advice to improve health and social care.

‘Improving health and social care through evidence-based guidance’


Sign up for alerts and newsletters >>>



Newsletters via News Medical


Latest!  News Medical |Diabetes Newsletter | 4 May 2018 

 


News Medical |  Endocrinology  Newsletter |  10 April 2018

 


Latest!  News Medical |  Respiratory Diseases  23 April 2018

 


News Medical |Sleep Disorder Newsletter | 9 April 2018

 


Latest!  News Medical | Pediatrics Newsletter | 25 April 2018

 




Change around in the Chillout Lounge!

 “Inner Peace & Balance” Deep Meditation Music l Healing Music Relax Mind Body l Soothing Relax || Meditation and Healing  |  29 April 2018

Why not visit Meditation & Healing to see what other tubes they have?  >>>

You will find a variety of music that will help you to relax on the  – Meditation and Healing Channel.

Links to other social media platforms

itunes-apple phone links for buying albums


 



Every morning and evening I was posting several links to a variety of online newspapers and thought that maybe I could post twice a day from here, our website/blog, Morning and Evening Post instead.

This is to ensure that all the news and stories go out to everyone that follows us across the social media platforms that we have profiles/accounts.

Here’s a few links to my favourite online newspapers for finding a variety of health related news from other Chronic Illness Bloggers & Warriors, for up to date news about health conditions such as latest research papers or people sharing hints and tips about how they cope day-to-day.

Let us help them by showing our support by sharing the news and stories that they share.

If you publish a health related paper.li or other health news magazine/paper that isn’t listed and you would like it to be, please contact me – Carole Sian at fibroflutters@gmail.com or use the form below and let me know, always happy to help 🙂



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