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Thankful

Five things that are making me feel thankful. Continue reading

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What Does EoE Feel Like?

Trying to answer the question for the mom of a young child with eosinophilic esophagitis. Will you please add your own experiences to the comments? Continue reading

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Day 54: Life’s Little Ironies

Reflecting on some unintended consequences of the elimination diet. And feeling kind of blue. Continue reading

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The Week of Eating Recklessly

Denying myself nothing in the week before The Elimination Diet begins. Continue reading

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Me and My EGID (Part 2): Luck and Denial

A few more notes about coping. The luck and denial edition. Continue reading

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Bull by the Horns (No Bull!)

A strange new symptom has Eos Girl wondering what’s going on. Continue reading

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Six Take-Aways from #EOS11 (Or, Maybe Good Enough is Good Enough)

What EosGirl learned at a very busy day spent at the Eos Connection Patient Education Conference, sponsored by the Amereican Partnership for Eosinophilic Disorders (APFED). Continue reading

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Milestone Moments

A spring walk gives rise to reflections about the weird milestones of life with a chronic condition. Continue reading

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Raise Your Hand for Rare Diseases Day Feb. 28

Rare Diseases Day, sponsored by the National Organization for Rare Disorders, is Feb. 28, 2011. Visit the Rare Diseases Day website and click the “raise your hand” option. Pharmaceutical company Lundbeck Inc. will donate $1 toward rare disease research. Continue reading

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