Archive for July, 2019

Well… it depends on where you want to go. And, what drugs you’re taking. If you’re just traveling domestically (as an American), or being whisked away to the confines of a resort, you should have no problem. But my interests have been piqued by more developing regions, recently. Anyone taking any medication that affects the […]


neda

22Jul19

An odd acronym, but believe me, it’s something we all strive for: No Evidence of Disease Activity. Now, I’m not saying that POOF! all the damaged areas in my brain and spinal cord would suddenly be gone once I reach NEDA. Here’s the 4-part definition: no progression of disability in a neurological exam, no new […]


I thought I’d share with the community (of fellow MSers and caregivers) two resources that are accessible simply with an internet connection! First: one of the best, most honest, well-rounded Youtube channels about MS — Aaron Boster MD. Dr. Boster is an MS specialist in Columbus, Ohio, who started videos a few years back to […]


So, in less than a month, I have a relatively big birthday coming up… it’s not a “decade”, but I will be 45. Some of my age-peers are tossing around the typical mid-life crisis talk — where they want to be in 10 years, is this what life is all about, why is the sky […]


Happy summer! We may be a bit heat-sensitive (find your A/C!!), but the opportunity for natural vitamin D is here, with bountiful sun! Have you ever experienced serious adversity and thought, “hey, I could inspire others! Why don’t I write about it?” Sure, we have. I did (having spent two weeks in a university hospital […]