Rheumatoid Arthritis & The Flu

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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Arthritis and the Flu – for Patients H1N1 Flu & Seasonal Flu Information for Rheumatology Health Professionals Flu.gov Important Info About the Flu for People with Rheumatoid Arthritis – Get Vaccinated! Arthritis Foundation The Flu: What People With Arthritis Should Know Arthritis and H1N1 RheumaBlog I have RA.Should I get a flu shot?

Super Break

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Because there is no such thing as taking too many breaks! ***** I know that most people are expecting to read one of my usual “Sunday Break” posts. But today, I am going to do things a little differently. (Hint: the title of today’s post is not a typo.) Starting today, I am going to take a break from blogging. …

The Things We Do For Health Insurance…Er…I Mean…Love

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Once upon a time, there was a girl who believed in love, and marriage, and the fairy tale wedding, and the happy ending. But then she got lupus and rheumatoid arthritis, and realized that she had to be realistic about things…And while love might conquer all, health insurance conquers more… Getting Closer to Myself: http://gettingclosertomyself.blogspot.com/2009/10/things-we-do-for-health-insuranceeri.html

Warm Socks: I <3 My Rheumy!

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There is a plan. I get to know what that plan is. I am comfortable talking to her. She listens to me. She looks at the paperwork I fill out for her. She advocated not paying a bill. She doesn’t spring surprises on me. She gives me information (I don’t have to pry it out of her). Once she considers …

6 Months Later…

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Six months ago today, Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy wrote his first blog post. Rheumatoid Arthritis Guy Saves The World! RA Guy on April 24, 2009 Okay, so maybe I didn’t save the world – yet. But I did launch this blog, and on a Friday afternoon no less. Now I can kick back and relax over the weekend. I’ll go back …