9.27.2007 – Blogging For A Cause – Over on PetLvr.com Blog



9.27.2007 - Blogging For A Cause - Over on PetLvr.com Blog I'm Looking For Amazing Stories How You Saved One Animal's Life Having many blogs in my network, I feel completely justified in promoting … [Read more...]


Advertiser Appreciation: July 2007



I have been posting each month a "THANK-YOU" post, like this one, to all the advertisers from the previous month listed as at month end. That’s a permanent link in this blog, under the category … [Read more...]


Multiple Sclerosis and My First Symptoms



By Jon Wegner I would like to say first that I'm not a doctor so I don't know all the technical words for what I describe in the following paragraphs. But I speak in layman's terms that I think most … [Read more...]


BATTLING-FORUMS.com – Rebuilt from scratch



* http://Battling-Forums.com The last forum was built on phpBB platform, and quite honestly was getting too spammy for even me! So .. I just deleted it altogther and started from scratch. With this … [Read more...]


Advertiser Appreciation: June 2007



I have been posting around the week of the 10th of each month a "THANK-YOU" post, like this one, to all the advertisers from the previous month listed as at month end. That’s a permanent link in this … [Read more...]


9 Myths of Multiple Sclerosis



F.Y.I. I have updated the links recently on our Battling-MS Myths page ... * special thanks to Michael T. Vitale of the National M.S. Society of New York … [Read more...]


Hello. We Have Moved Servers.



Greetings and Salutations .. The nameservers have kicked in over the past weekend and this blog is now ready for new posts. I am in the final stages of testing the database, the permissions, etc etc … [Read more...]


Advertiser Appreciation: May 2007



NOTICE: Effective June 4-8th week there will be no new postings. You might have already seen a slowdown in this blog since the last week of May 2007 - it is all related. I am in the process of moving … [Read more...]


The Aspartame Report



By Peggy Huff Aspartame Defined Aspartame is a synthetic chemical made up of two amino acids, aspartic acid and phenylalanine and a methyl ester that breaks down into methyl alcohol (wood alcohol). … [Read more...]


Understand Multiple Sclerosis To Fight It



By Jon Arnold Most people do not realize how wide-spread the affliction of multiple sclerosis is in today’s world. It affects tens of thousands of people, but it is one of those diseases where a very … [Read more...]


Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis



By Graeme Marsh Exercise prescription for MS can be a challenging task due to the wide range of effects that it can have on the body, which can from minimal to sometimes quite severe and disabling. … [Read more...]


Advertiser Appreciation: April 2007



I have been posting around the week of the 10th of each month a "THANK-YOU" post, like this one, to all the advertisers from the previous month listed as at month end. That’s a permanent link in this … [Read more...]


Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis



By: James Hunt Multiple Sclerosis, also known more simply as MS, is a chronic disease that affects the central nervous system. It has been found to affect more young adults during their most … [Read more...]


Yoga and MS



By Jennifer Jordan Yoga is known to improve health overall, with every aspect of it enhancing something, mind, body, or spirit. But, overall health aside, yoga is becoming known to be particularly … [Read more...]


Advertiser Appreciation: March 2007



I have been posting around the week of the 10th of each month a "THANK-YOU" post, like this one, to all the advertisers from the previous month listed as at month end. That’s a permanent link in this … [Read more...]


MS Diagnosis, Now What?



By Linda Boughman Multiple Sclerosis (MS), now that is an interesting word. It means, “many scars”, hardened patches of scar tissue. Hardened patches found in the brain and on the spinal chord. This … [Read more...]


Upper Cervical Care For MS: Is It For You?



By Michael Russell Everyday of the year people are popping into their chiropractor's office for a realignment of a neck or back. Because of our busy and stressful lives, necks and backs will continue … [Read more...]


Retreat Therapy For MS: Is It For You?



By Michael Russell The idea of a retreat usually brings up images of relaxation, spiritual reflection and a getting away from the usual day-to-day life with its hustle and bustle stress. We most … [Read more...]


Your Battle Plan For MS Fatigue



By Michael Russell Fatigue is probably one of the most complained about Multiple Sclerosis symptoms. We're not talking about some ordinary fatigue here; but fatigue that incapacitates you physically, … [Read more...]


Drug Treatments For Multiple Sclerosis Patients



By Groshan Fabiola Studies have shown that multiple sclerosis is very hard on people affecting some 2 in every 1000 persons. Even more problematic is the fact that some 50 % of these people are left … [Read more...]


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