After losing my brother Tim form ALS in Feb. I am still grieving over him and remembering the horrible suffering he went through. I also at the same time I have had personal private family matters to deal with. After Tim passed I was divorced after 23 years of marriage. It is still very hard for me to deal with what I experienced with Tim and this disease. I am coming back to the Forum slowly and doing my Advocating for ALS. If anyone needs to talk or have any questions that I can help them with. Please feel free to PM me. Lorie
[ATTACH]5[/ATTACH] :-(140 years, Wow! Boy wouldn't he be upset like the rest of us if he knew that there was still no cure for ALS? There will be, I know it! I thought it would be interesting to read about the Man/Neuro. from so long ago that pronounced ALS. Enjoy Reading:http://www.whonamedit.com/doctor.cfm/19.htmlLorie
*****Cell phone vs. the > Bible***** > > Ever > wonder what would happen if we > treated our Bible like we treat our > cell phone? > > What > if we carried it around in > our purses or pockets? > > What > if we flipped through it > several times a day? > > What > if we turned back to go > get it if we forgot it? > > What > if we used it to receive > messages from the text? > > What > if we treated it like we
I knew it, Yall!!!!! I had to find some back up on my belief!!!!! I am in no way a Neuro. expert except for the 5-1/2 years of reading and researching articles and working hands on with ALS.MONDAY, JUNE 15 (HealthDay News) -- Researchers now believe that ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, starts well before its debilitating symptoms appear, a finding that they say could eventually lead to an effective treatment.University of Florida News Release:
July 4 is a date that holds special significance not only for America, but for MDA and Major League Baseball (MLB) as well. July 4 is the date in 1939 when Lou Gehrig, legendary first baseman and slugger for the New York Yankees, delivered an emotional farewell speech to 62,000 fans in Yankee Stadium, in the New York City borough of the Bronx.
Lou Gehrig’s Farewell Speech“Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about the bad break I got. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of the earth. I have been in ballparks for 17 years and have never received anything but kindness and encouragement from you fans.
Mine and my brother Neal's friend Nick has colon cancer at 38. He sent this to us and I had to share it. Although, he has Cancer and there are treatments, it is not guaranted and he is not doing well. 'Lotto'
Cyberchondria is a relatively new term that refers to people who tend to look up medical information on the Internet, and who may already be suffering from hypochondria. A hypochondriac is a person who believes that he or she is ill but who does not upon medical examination appear to have any medically obvious reasons for such feelings. Hypochondriacs are often truly suffering, but their illnesses are of a psychological origin and not related to the diseases they think they may have.
Ace was Dx in 2005. He has accomplished so much since being Dx in 2005. He has joined our Forum. Please view his links:http://finance.yahoo.com/news/ALS-Mu...4035.html?.v=1http://www.reverbnation.com/acenofac...%3Dfdc80f7aa3dToxic Charm CD on Amazon.com:
'FOOTPRINTS' is my favorite Poem. I feel that all my Life I have carried.New Footprints Songhttp://youtube.com/watch?v=PvizQnQN-vg'Footprints in the Sand' One night I dreamed I was walking along the beach with the Lord. Many scenes from my life flashed across the sky. In each scene I noticed footprints in the sand. Sometimes there were two sets of footprints, other times there were one set of footprints. This bothered me because I noticed that during the low periods of my life,