As you may already know if you have been a reader of my blog for very long, I love gardening. After my surgery in 2012 that left me disabled, I discovered that I would not be able to garden in the way that I always had. It took some time for me to find a new way to make a … [Read more...] about Learning to Grow Your Own Food Comes with a Host of Benefits
Back when I was in my 40's, I had a bad problem with incontinence. It was one of those problems that I couldn't hide, because when I sneezed, or coughed, or laughed, I peed on myself. Or the floor. Or the chair I happened to be sitting in. And because I laughed a lot, I went … [Read more...] about Lady Patch ™ : A New Clitoral Patch For Incontinence Control
I was compensated for this post. #ad #HepC #VN As a member of the Baby Boomer Generation, we have seen and done so many things our parents never dreamed of doing, or believed they would see in their lifetime. Our generation, those of us born between 1945 and … [Read more...] about Baby Boomers At Risk For Hepatitis C
This post contains affiliate links. If you click on the link, I may be paid a commission for sending you to the website. Thank you for your support. My husband, Fabgrandpa, has suffered with low back pain for several years. It seems that with each passing year, the … [Read more...] about Low Back Pain Clinical Trial Taking Applications Now!
When I was in the hospital in 2012, I developed gout in my big toe. It was quite painful, and made my entire foot hurt. When I tried to stand up the first time after my surgery, I had an even more difficult time due to the gout. One of the most common ailments older people … [Read more...] about Gout: A Common Ailment For Older People
I bring this up because we had a "poomadeggon" around here tonight. I had to take a shower, and change my ostomy bag. So, I get in the shower, with no bag on. Poo happens. I wash it down the drain with the shower head. I continue my shower, and look down, and there is some more … [Read more...] about Let’s Talk Poo
I have been wanting to make a pretty bag for a diabetes supply case for quite some time. The problem has been that I could not find a pattern for what I wanted. So, after exhausting all the searches on Google, I decided to just try to make one. This version needs some work. … [Read more...] about Diabetes Supply Case: A New Sewing Project
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