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"For many months they couldn’t figure out what was wrong with me. I would vomit every time I ate. I couldn’t hold anything down, which led to malnutrition, fatigue, dizziness, and passing out." Read Kristy's inspiring journey!
"The typical POTS at-home treatments: compression socks, salt, electrolytes, small meals, and working out was not helping me." Read Ash's story of how they battle dysautonomia every day and chooses to be positive and grateful. 
Diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia at the age of 10, singer and songwriter Ava shares her story, treatment, and medication. ALL occurs when a bone marrow cell develops errors in its DNA and is the most common childhood cancer. 
"I started the treatment with peripheral IVs but with EDS, my veins couldn’t hold up to the constant poking" Read Madelieline's journey through EDS symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment.
Missy talks about her Lymphoma diagnosis, and treatment that followed. From chemotherapy to a bone marrow transplant, she expresses her courageous journey.
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What is herd immunity? How does it work? This post answers some of the recently growing questions and curiosity about the trending topic of Herd Immunity.
"My legs got so heavy that after 3 steps, it felt like I was walking into a wall and I couldn’t go any further." Alicia Kubes shares her experiences with Pulmonary Hypertension and life with chronic illness. 
Laura first encountered symptoms from Lyme disease when she was 10 years old. Now 30, she shares her journey.
We address common questions about PICC Line Care: How Do I Care For My PICC Line? How Do You Flush a PICC Line? Can I Drink Alcohol With a PICC Line? How to Change the PICC Line Dressing.

Elissa, a two-time breast cancer survivor, shares her tips on dating with breast cancer: timing is everything, how to do it, choose how much you disclose, do it before clothes come off, find your comfort level when being intimate, establish clear expectations. 

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I used to be quite active prior to falling ill. Things changed after Lyme. After many misdiagnosis, I learned that I had to be my own advocate with my medical care, dealing with health insurance and keeping a positive outlook.
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With my diagnosis came immediate relief, but that relief was all too temporary. Lyme disease felt like the answer I had been waiting for, but with the lack of research and understanding I soon realized that a Lyme diagnosis didn’t win me any battles, it only redirected me towards new ones
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