This Saturday, Government relaxing of the rules here in the UK is going to feel like a day to celebrate for many. But as one of the approximate 2.2m people who have been classed as ‘high risk’ and more or less confined to our homes since March under the guidance […]
Health Stories and Interviews
On Monday, the UK Government announced that from 1st August, those of us who have been shielding will be allowed to meet outside in groups and go back to work if their workplace is secure. It also means an end to statutory sick pay and the delivery of essential food […]
Recently, I interviewed Nanci Saad of My Autoimmune Adventures. I have been following Nanci’s Facebook blog for a number of months and she has also been a great supporter of my work.
This is her incredible story of managing multiple autoimmune conditions.
In this article we discuss why are biologics and coronavirus (Covid-19) such a dangerous combination
As Britain adjusts to life in lockdown, an opportunity to empathise with the disabled presents itself
At least 12 weeks at home in isolation…
Using the term ‘underlying health condition’ as a reason for the general public not to worry, is insensitive to those of us who have good reason to worry.
In this post we ask what about the patient when healthcare providers plan treatment changes to save money. Is too much emphasis placed on the cost of care?
You may recall I mentioned Lindsay Reid’s collection of poetry entitled ‘My dark guardians’ a few months back. As a fellow sufferer of ankylosing spondylitis, her work is something I can easily relate to. You can find my earlier post below. I am delighted to say that I had an […]
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