Back to School for Kids with Diabetes

Posted on August 23, 2013 by admin

It’s no surprise that diabetes management can be difficult–the activities of daily life that most people can do without a second thought, from eating to exercise, to sleeping and going to school, people–especially kids–who live with diabetes must carefully monitor a handful of variables to keep their health in balance. In the past, type 1 … Continue reading “Back to School for Kids with Diabetes”

Back to School for Kids with Epilepsy Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that can affect people of any age–including kids–and is diagnosed when an individual has two or more seizures that have no other determinable medical cause. The nervous system is responsible for controlling the “electricity” in our bodies that allows our nerves to control … Continue reading “Back to School for Kids with Epilepsy | MyIDentityDoctor”

When is Psoriasis Awareness Month ? AUGUST !

Posted on August 15, 2013 by admin

If you’re like me prior to writing this, perhaps you know how to spell psoriasis correctly, but only have heard about the dermatological disease in passing, or through advocacy campaigns for Psoriasis Awareness Month which runs through August. Psoriasis (pronounced without the P—soar-eye-uh-sis) is an immunological skin condition that causes discoloured patches on skin due … Continue reading “When is Psoriasis Awareness Month ? AUGUST !”

Relay for Life

Posted on August 7, 2013 by admin

The Relay for Life is about redefining possible–it’s about putting an end to cancer through a twelve-hour endurance event. Both the American Cancer Society and Canadian Cancer Society organize national events with one goal: ending cancer through fundraising, physical activity, and uniting teams of people who live with cancer, support people living with cancer, and … Continue reading “Relay for Life”