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Finding Grace During the Pandemic

The GI symptoms continued the next day, and that evening I felt something begin to take hold at the top of my throat and in my lymph nodes. It was a familiar feeling—you know, the one that tells you you’re definitely getting sick, but maybe, if you go to bed early, you’ll wake up okay.

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    Kate Hudson

  • 1 month ago

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My Mystery Illness

A few years into my health issues, I began hiding my condition as much as I could.

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  • 2 months ago

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Physicians for Physicians—A Wellness Initiative

How do burnt-out practitioners restructure their lives while practicing medicine? Sara and Colin Taylor, a husband and wife physician team from Victoria, BC, are here to help!

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    Katherine Plumhoff

  • 4 months ago

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A Day in the Life of Canadian Midwife Judy Rogers

A midwife for over 40 years, Judy Rogers pioneered the first midwifery program in the small community of Parry Sound, Canada. 

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    Interview by Rivka Pruss

  • 2 months ago

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Tonic Tensor Tympani Syndrome - It's All In Your Ears

The single “thump” of TTTS after speaking or after loud noises is one of the most common symptoms of this disorder and it is my most pronounced symptom.  

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    AnnaLisa Scott

  • 3 months ago

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Sleep Paralysis: Learning to Control My Shadows

I encountered sleep paralysis during my pregnancy a decade ago. I've come to understand that I hold all the control.

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    Megan Lane

  • 3 months ago

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Morning Reverie: Appreciating the Small Things

Mental Health for me starts with a positive attitude irregardless of the situation. This is an exploration of how I'm slowing down my life to smell the roses and enjoy the small things.

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    Travis Howard

  • 4 months ago