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Childhood’s End

My youngest daughter recently graduated from high school and celebrated her 18th birthday. While I know this means she will soon enter college, spread her…

Medication Administration Records (MAR)s

Springtime in the South. I call it “Sneezin’ Season” because the pollen drives my allergies into hyperactive overdrive. I take one sinus pill at 5:30…

Study: Hello Illness, Goodbye Marriage

Hello Cancer, Goodbye Marriage: A new study shows that men are more likely to ditch their sick spouses, should really be titled, “Hello Illness, Hello…

Multiple Sclerosis Sucks

MultipleSclerosisSucks.com, subtitled, “How to Suffer from a Chronic and Incurable Disease without Appearing to be a Total Loser”, is a site MS caregivers should revisit…

Random Symptomology

During the last weeks my wife’s legs have troubled her. She quit driving a few days ago. Walking is difficult. I watched her in the…

Falling and Multiple Sclerosis Patients

My wife fell this past week.  When she fell, I was in an airplane between Phoenix and Dallas headed for a connecting flight on my…

Tips for Traveling and Multiple Sclerosis

We’ve enjoyed a fair amount of family travel this Summer.  Most trips were by plane, but the best was a road trip across the South. …