I didn’t want to think about babies, until, all of a sudden, there they were. There are some facts about babies that cannot be escaped. On a global level, they are […]

I am often asked for the origin story of my Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE or Lupus). It is hard for some to imagine how a life such as mine could […]

Packing for hospital may seem like mainly common sense to many, until you need to do it. Most of you will not actually need to have a bag ready. Perhaps […]

Rheumatoid Arthritis Rheuma- (Greek,) bodily humour, flow Toid – Resembling Arthr – (From Greek Arthron) joint Itis – A condition involving the inflammation of This illness is a bit more askew […]

What I just wanted to do here, was share my understanding of Rheumatism versus exercise. I wanted to provided an opportunity for the individual to consider how their chronic illness may be affecting their physical activeness and a chance to develop a bit of confidence to indulge in a light amount of exercise in this new year.

Over the years I have come to realise there are certain things that do not agree with Arthritis. Obviously, these may not be the same in all people and I […]

Everyone has heard of Arthur Itis. In the same way that when you come from the country everyone knows someones who knows your friend or cousin, on a basis more […]

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