The Facts I Would Tell Newly Diagnosed POTS Patients

When I was first diagnosed with POTS (Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome) I took in the internet with one huge gulp of air. I had to know everything. IMMEDIATELY. I had exactly one million and nine questions. And knowing there were Facebook support groups where I could semi-anonymously ask these questions gave me unimaginable relief. Over...
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Organizing All Your Medical Junk: Where to Put All that Crap?

Snaps for IGLiving.com who publishes my monthly column. Whether you’re a PIDD, CVID, or just a chronic illness patient in general–their publication is such a great way to stay informed about treatments and life advice. You can pick up a copy at your local infusion center or check them out online here.  Let’s say you have two storage...
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What Do You Think This Is? A Joke!?

I’ve been speaking with a new company about my book. (Check yourself, Laquisha, it’s very preliminary stuff.) We were getting into more of the details and answering questions like who will this book appeal to? Who will this not appeal to? What kind of patient reads a book like this? And it got me thinking...
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