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Not everyone with EDS has hypermobility, and not everyone with hypermobility has EDS!… Read More Today is #RareDiseaseDay – Read my Patient Experience: Living with multiple rare diseases | Pharmafile | What’s your #Rare? care to share?
In all honesty I am amazed that I have done all this especially considering my health was quite bad last year. I do tend to distract myself as much as possible, but crikey, I got around quite a bit didn’t I. – closing thoughts… Read More Reflecting back! My year of patient, health, research and pharma advocacy 2019 | Carole Scrafton
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Drunk Kitty aka Julie Ryan/ Counting My Spoons … Read More Newly Updated | My favourite Health Medical Research Patient & Pharma related Paper.Li newsletters for everyone #notjustpatients | Self-Updating
It’s great to be recognised with ‘The Chronically Hopeful Award’ which Pamela Jensen from There is Always Hope has created, by Barbara McLullich from ‘BACKPAINBLOGUK’ who is a fellow blogger, advocate, and chronic friend.… Read More I’ve been nominated for ‘The Chronically Hopeful Award’ created by Pamela Jessen from There is Always Hope
I decided to test how long it would be before my back began to ache when sat in a regular dining chair, one with no arms and a straight back. It wasn’t long before I began to notice little things….… Read More Stretch, 1, 2, 3, 4… Bend 1, 2, 3, 4 … | ActivePosture shirt – Product review | Carole Scrafton (sponsored post)
What I have explained in this post is the chain reaction of ‘pain’ and ‘inflammation’ that I fight to prevent on a daily basis and when it gets as bad as this the ‘sciatic’ pain is so intense that it really does make me cry.
… Read More The burdens of pain management, inflammation and sensitivity to anti-inflammatories. | Carole Scrafton | 27 March 2019
Excerpt from Sue Brown’s CEO update:
Prevention seems to have been the theme of my February. The possibility that a lot of the pain and disability of MSK conditions might be prevented, and that this is being taken seriously is an exciting prospect.… Read More Latest edition! ARMA Newletters | Arthritis & Musculoskeletal Alliance | March / February 2019