Rick on May 17th, 2008

I hope these first few paragraphs don’t sound like a whine. They’re not because I know a lot of people whose schedules are a lot rougher than mine. My wife’s relapsing-remitting MS is managed well and I have nothing to complain about. But I do want to use comments about my busyness lately to share […]

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Rick on May 3rd, 2008

Skilled doctors are busy people and tend to be very intelligent. Some of the mystique that surrounds doctors places them above most others on the social ladder. Not only that, but doctors tend to be “experts” in the very thing you need help with. It’s difficult for many people to think of doctors or talk […]

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Rick on May 2nd, 2008

“Follow the money,” is a truism that many appreciate.  Often, simply knowing who paid for something gives one a good idea of who “owns” the message. So here’s the logical question for readers to ask when they read MSCaregiver.com, “Who pays for this blog, MSCaregiver.com?”  In fact, this is a question you must ask of […]

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Here’s news that gave me reason to create a new category: Reasons for Hope Driving home for lunch yesterday I caught just enough of Paul Harvey’s broadcast to hear something about Prozac, Multiple Sclerosis and reduced number of lesions on MRIs. I mentioned it to my wife when I arrived home and then searched the […]

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