Sorry for any recent confusion, but I’m still working out how to retain existing and capture new subscribers to my blog on my new platform since moving hosts late last month. (Same great content, just in a new, spiffier container!) I just put out a test blog post last week, and it appears no one
I just realized while talking to my friend recently that my blog was four years old this month, January 2018. How the time has flown! So I decided to wish myself Happy Blogging Birthday, and treat my site to a makeover. Yes, I’ve been radio silent here for a bit as I’ve been super busy
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Update February 7, 2017: Via The Ehlers-Danlos Society (aka “The EDS”) on Facebook the full new EDS nosology will be published on March 15, 2017. Meanwhile, some preliminary documents have been shared ahead of time, including one that talks about the new “framework” for recognizing and diagnosing the most common, hypermobile form of EDS. So,
One of the most common comorbidities of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (and, no surprise) Mast Cell Activation Diseases is IBS, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Yes, we’re going to talk about our innards and toilet habits folks! This post is not for the squeamish. But then, life with EDS is not for the squeamish, and… this is a