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disclaimer: this is not a fun/happy/inspiring post

the following info is what actually inspired me to start this blog. i was researching yesterday, trying to find out as much as i could about my possible diagnosis and other possibilities, from research websites as well as support groups, and became very frustrated and confused. 547 more words


40% of working women with MS say adjusti

40% of working women with MS say adjusting their work schedules has helped them cope with their MS. http://ow.ly/JQ1GV


Early life stress may result in a serotonin deficiency

If you have experienced — or are experiencing — mood disorders like anxiety or depression,¬†you know about SSRI’s and chances are they didn’t do much for you. 845 more words


Extra sleep linked with stroke risk

Sleep is well-known for its restorative activity in the body. However, there is an amount of sleep that is considered healthy and any amount beyond this point may have negative health consequences. 174 more words


As we continue with MS awareness week, w

As we continue with MS awareness week, we want to share this empowering video provided by nationalmssociety.org. Do you have an inspirational MS story to share? 8 more words


Let's Talk about Sacks

by Eric Meisberger,
LBPH Reader Advisor

Oliver Sacks is prolific writer. He is also a physician, and a professor of neurology. You might know him from the film adaptation of his book… 327 more words

Science Can Tell You the Color of the Dress

Science explains how people can look at an identical object and see it differently

A shop manager in Lichfield, England, adjusts a sign on the now-famous black-and-blue dress. 88 more words

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