#chronicillnessVOICE | 26 September 2018 ~ a health newsletter for everyone! #chronicillness #notjustpatients #PAM2018 #EDS

A selection of online health related newspapers/magazines/newsletters/blogs/events


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By  Meditation and Healing |  8 September 2018

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My Story: Love the One You’re With  | By Cynthia Toussaint | National Pain Report |  25 September 2018

The art of mindfulness has become an essential tool in any chronic pain personal ‘toolkit’ of someone with constant #chronicpain.  Thinking back to my ‘Pain Management’ Programme sessions, over a decade ago, one of TEAM that ran it was a chronic pain nurse.  In fact the programme still runs and she’s still there, which is fantastic news for my fellow chronic pain readers that live locally to Sunderland, UK.  Towards the end of each session she would have us all get comfortable and we would have 20 minutes of relaxation and she explained why it was a good thing to try and incorporate it into our daily lives. 

It is something that I embedded into my personal chronic pain & illness management plan and now I can meditate easily and I reap the benefits for doing so.  It wasn’t so difficult for me because I had been practising some relaxation techniques to help with my mental issues regarding chronic anxiety and depression so it wasn’t difficult for me to develop a routine. 


Imputting meditation into your day can take a while because, what time of day suits you?

Do you have family?

When is it the quietest?

What if you never really have the house to yourself?

Do you work?

If yes, do you medidate first thing,

or before bed??

Where will you practise your meditation?

What type of relaxation technique will you try first?

Will you use guided therapy recordings with voice overs?

Where will you source your relaxation / meditation help / guides from?


All things to consider when planning when to slot it into your daily plans.


Reading Cynthia’s post describes the element regarding ‘self-love’, which is something I deem important as I personally believe it helps us to move forwards even when things seem impossible.  

Like Cynthia, I was hooked very quickly too and I have been promoting it as a tool for over a decade.  A lot of folks might see us as wierdo’s that we do this almost every day, if not every day, thanks to the stigmas attached to wanting a peaceful happy belief in your own life. 

I won’t lie to you… It took a while for the people around me to respect my ‘down-time’ and the reason why I did it. 

I want a peaceful, happy life… with a lot less pain in it!

Thankyou Cynthia for such a positive and inspiring post. 

Commentary by Carole ~ aka fibrofly73




Cynthia writes…

I practice mindfulness meditation most every day and a couple of months ago I pulled up a random video on YouTube. The guide’s subject was “self-love” which, because it seemed obvious, intrigued me. My thinking was, “How can someone not love themself? Why is this something that needs to be learned and practiced?”



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Cynthia Toussaint founded For Grace in 2002. It is a non-profit organization headquartered in Los Angeles dedicated to bringing awareness to gender disparity in the treatment of pain. She is also a frequent contributor to the National Pain Report.



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What Happens Up Stream Comes Down Stream: The Cause and Effect of the Mental and Physical Connection  |  Treasures On The Sand | 24 September 2018

Gabriel is a writer, storyteller, and a fellow chronic pain warrior who is the author over at TreasuresOnTheSand.com

He is a chronic pain veteran who is working as a Neurological Rehabilitation Therapist at the Integrated Health and Wellness Center in Fayetteville, Arkansas.  I love his writing and in honour of Pain awareness month it would rude not to include him.

Read Gabriel’s latest post via this link  >>>

I want to continue to bring hope to those still in the fight against chronic pain, lighting the way so that you, too, can find victory. ~ Gabriel King


 




 

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#disability  #disabilitynews

Disability News Service (DNS) 

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. 

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The LATEST! NIH Research Matters  |  25 September 2018

Headlining >>>

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The study focused on whether healthy older people could benefit from starting to use aspirin.FlairImages/iStock/Thinkstock

 

Lung cancer metastasis
Lung cancer cells invading surrounding tissues and starting to spread.Scott Wilkinson, Adam Marcus, National Cancer Institute/Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University

Excerpt:

‘The researchers sampled both the primary tumor and about three metastases from each patient. The tumor types included in the study were pancreatic, endometrial, colorectal, breast, stomach, lung, and prostate cancers, as well as melanoma.’


 

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Researchers have been working to understand how Alzheimer’s disease disrupts the growth of new neurons in the brain.maksime/iStock/Getty Images Plus

Popular Stories  >>>

 


NIH-funded genome centers to accelerate precision medicine discoveries | 
National Institutes of Health (NIH) |  25 September 2018

Part of the All of Us Research Program, centers will sequence 1 million genomes.

The genome center awardees were selected based on their proven track record at generating genomic data at scale, providing clinical validation services to verify medically-relevant variants and participating in large-scale research collaborations. The award periods may extend up to five years, pending progress and the availability of funds.


You can read this via the following link  >>>

 The All of Us Research Program Genome Centers are supported by NIH award numbers OT2OD002748, OT2OD02750, and OT2OD002751.

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Neuroscience Newsletter |  25 September 2018

Enjoy our latest Neuroscience News updates from the last 24 hours. You can read the full articles by clicking on the headlines or the links embedded in the summary.




Why it Doesn’t Go Dark When You Blink
2018-09-25 
Researchers report the medial prefrontal cortex calibrates current visual information with previously obtained information to help us perceive the world with more stability, helping to retain visual consistency as we blink.

Even Mild Physical Activity Immediately Improves Memory Function
2018-09-25
A new study reports participating in light physical activity, such as yoga or tai chi, can help to increase connectivity between brain areas responsible for memory formation and storage.

Link Between Hunger and Mood Identified
2018-09-25 
Researchers report a sudden drop in glucose when we are hungry can negatively impact our mood.

Exercise May Delay Cognitive Decline in People with Rare Alzheimer’s
2018-09-25 
Researchers report, for those with a genetic mutation that causes Alzheimer’s disease, 2.5 hours of physical activity per week may delay cognitive decline and have beneficial effects on tau in the brain. They speculate the same may be true for those with more common forms of the neurodegenerative disease.

Baby Sleeping in Parents’ Bedroom Not Related to Later Life Behavioral Problems
2018-09-25
Contrary to popular belief, researchers report infants who co-sleep in their parent’s bedroom do not experience an increased risk of developing behavioral problems later in childhood. The study reports there are beneficial outcomes of co-sleeping, such as improved child sleep quality and increased prosocial behavior.

Thousands of DNA Changes in Developing Brain Revealed by Machine Learning
2018-09-25 
Researchers have developed a new single cell analysis, combined with machine learning, to detect CNVs smaller than one million base pairs. The study reports genetic changes peak midway through brain development.




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Today’s headlines  >>>

  • An ADHD Rewards Credit Card?
  • Getting Beyond “Get Over It”: Supporting the Emotional Development of Boys
  • Life With Dignity: A Tribute to Hilary Lister
  • Panel Sets First-Ever Guidelines for Perimenopausal Depression

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Latest edition! 

ARMA Newletter | Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance  | September 2018

Harnessing a collective focus to transform MSK services


In this issue

  • Guest Blog – Adopting the holistic approach | by Professor Anthony Woolf, Chair, ARMA

Webinar: Setting up a MSK Service

  • Webinar: Setting up a MSK Service 
  • Everything you wanted to know about setting up a Musculoskeletal Service but were afraid to ask!
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As part of our Clinical Networks Project, ARMA wants to find out what is happening to improve MSK services across England in order to see how we can best target our support for improvements.


Link to the newsletter where there are lots of things to read in this issue! >>>

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European Medical Journal | Edition of 25 September 2018

From 1st–5th October 2018, the 54th edition of the annual congress of the EASD will take place in the culturally rich city of Berlin, Germany. 

Read the preview via the link below  >>>


Read the rest of the EMJ from 25 September follow this link  >>>


European Medical Journal |  Medical Innovation Updates  |  19th September 2018

Take a look into the future of healthcare with the latest EMJ Innovations newsletter.

Articles  >>>

Life Expectancy Increased Using Telemedicine | INNOVATIONS | 13 SEPTEMBER 2018


Artificial Intelligence Safe to use in Primary Care Setting  | INNOVATIONS | 13 SEPTEMBER 2018


A Transition from Disease-Centred to Goal-Directed Individualised Care of Patients with Multiple Morbidities: A Journey to Goal-Orientated Patient Healthcare
by Katarzyna Rygiel


Nanoparticles as Emerging Diagnostic Tools in Liquid Tumours
by Ana Sofia Matias et al.


Automated Item Generation: The Future of Medical Education Assessment?
by Kenneth D. Royal et al.



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Only 3 weeks to go and we’ll be packing our little cases and boarding the train to London, will you be there?

I can’t believe how time has flown past and the conference is only a few weeks away.  It is really exciting to be involved and helping to collaboratively bring about changes within the world of medical healthcare. 

Helping to close the gap between pharma and patients and increase relations, encourage collaborations and stave off the ideas that patients can be manipulated.

Thanks to eyeforpharma’s regard towards Patients, Patients Included, and giving us a platform to share our patient voices, and our input during roundtables and panel discussions at their pharma conferences we can help pharma improve the products and services they make.  Help improve patient engagement programs / or, PSP’s Patient support programs between pharma and patients in ways that improve service design, product and service quality using collaborative methods and utilising all stakeholders to produce end results.

  • Will patient-centricity win-over pharma in London, how are companies becoming patientcentric, which companies are trying to be patientcentric?

  • Is patient- engagement working for pharma, what isn’t working? It can’t all be perfect!?

  • How is the concept of ‘Patient-engagement’ progressing is it proving to be useful, or does it need to be reassessed as a tool?


Innovation is also hot-topic as new ways of producing things have developed, including the use of AR, VR, AI, 3D printing and robotics to help improve surgical procedures, general medication delivery systems and even new bones and not that long ago even skin tisue, for a few examples.

Also, the different new ways that innovation is assisting clinical research and especially biopharma, health education videos for hospitals and HCP’s, and much more from the world of digital. Will we see some of that in London within the innovation, science and technology sector of the conference?


Of course aside from the World of Medical Affairs is the Impatient Conference and the part of the journey where we really do hope to make a difference.  It really has been designed by patients and the hope is that we can help bring patients and pharma closer together at this Pharma & Patient Co-creation event. 

  • How are pharma increasing patient relations, are they rebulding our trust yet?

  • How will we as patients convince pharma to make the necessary changes required to rebuild their pharma-patient relations?

  • What does pharma believe it should do? Do we as patients agree with pharma? If not, how do we compromise so that solutions can be formed and progression can continue.  Otherwise this time next year we will still be discussing it!

It’s time for pharma to stop ‘saying’ and start ‘doing’, be more proactive and begin to move forwards.

(Opinions are my own)


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No longer is eyeforpharma HQ in the driving seat, instead it is entirely designed, created and hosted by patients. We believe that in doing so, we will capture the true essence of what patients want – and put them in the driving seat.


Follow this link to see who is attending and register to join us  >>>

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Come and see me take part:  17:00 – 17:40 (Day 2)  17th October >>>
Panel: Candid patient perspectives on the good, the bad and the ugly of service design


Other panelists:
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  • Trishna Bharadia | Patient Advocate | eyeforpharma Award Winner
  • Paola Antonini, MD, PhD | AISC Scientific Committee Member, Head of Clinical Research & Training Initiatives | AISC

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  • How do patients really experience pharma’s services?

  • Can pharma better build trust with patient communities to develop productive collaborations?

  • Innovation is supposedly the ‘silver bullet’, but where do patients really see the opportunity for change?

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Don’t Punish Pain Rallies  | National Pain Report | Ed Coghlan |   20 September 2018

A short but great article by Ed Coghlan regarding the ‘Don’t Punish Pain Rallies’ held around America on Tuesday 18th September that were orchestrated via social media by Claudia Merandi from Rhode Island. 


Opening lines:

75 Don’t Punish Pain Rallies held around the country on Tuesday (September 18) were termed a success by the Rhode Island Woman who organized them.

Claudia Merandi, who used social media to promote the events, some rallies had a handful of people and others more than 200.


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Airing Pain

Informing the pain community


Programme 106:

Pain Education for Doctors, Chronic Pain and Resilience
What can be done to implement better pain educaiton for doctors, patients and parents, and trusting your pharmacist when in doubt.


From e-mail: Production Team, Pain Concern


This edition is incredibly informative, focusing on the gaps in pain education that are present in the UK, which is why we thought your organisation would be interested.

The programme will cover the Essential Pain Management Course, research into patients’ expectations of pain management, and parent appraisals of injustice when their child has chronic pain.

Adam

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Pain Concern



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“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?!


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The Turning the World Purple Foundation  |  Epilepsy | 


MOTTO:

We are more than our diagnosis. Epilepsy is NOT who you are.

We are working to smash stigmas associated with Epilepsy through advocacy and education.

www.turningtheworldpurple.org/

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Something new

In the Chillout Lounge!

“Increase Positive Energy Vibration” Deep Meditation Music, Clear Negative Energy, Healing Music 

By  Meditation and Healing |  8 September 2018

 

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

 



Every morning and evening I was posting several links to a variety of online newspapers and thought that maybe I could post from here via newsletters, our website/blog,  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.

There’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.

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