I had a remicade appointment this morning. Driving through Portland to get there was eerie- barely any cars, barely any
Friday, I had my annual colonoscopy. This year, I tweaked my prep a little bit. I splurged, and got lobster
I have been in the privileged position to have health insurance through my husband, but I have friends relying on the Affordable Care Act. They will be the first to tell you that there are kinks in the system and that it is far from perfect.
But for those of you, who don’t remember the time before 2010, I’ll invite you to go to any online forum for chronic illnesses.
Hey, FDA: I am tired of being infantilized as a patient. I am really tired. With the increasing number
I was put on two different antibiotics, and about a day after the last blog post, my abscess started to
Deep in the bosom of the gentle night Is when I search for the light Pick up my pen and
In the early days of this blog, I wrote about my perceived overprescription of opioid painkillers, how chronic disease fits
Lately, clinical depression, and mental health in general, has gotten more of the media attention it deserves. Brave patients have
I love living in Portland. I love its alternative culture that brings forth great art, culture, and just a lot
Why nothing that you ate triggered your IBD.