paxo05 in Headway 2 years agoPOPULAR
Yep thats what I think we should now be called.
Just spent the weekend painting my mums staircase and landing while she is away. I may be sl...
KerrieV in Couch to 5K 3 months ago
Week 8 run 1. Slow but steady. I was getting bored with the little park at lunchtime and ventured out onto the side roads around Bloomsbur...
Adapting a slogan...
nsd_user663_48218 in No Smoking Day 5 years ago
Or should I just say stealing it. I am very much for everyone using whichever method they choose to quit whether it be CT, NRT, Champix or ...
W8R1 - adapted!
sar1850 in Couch to 5K 2 years ago
Has been just over a week since I complete week 7 and I've almost been on the injury couch! I had a real hip twinge and as I'm hypermobile ...
Kathy in PSP Association 5 years ago
Does anyone know where I can get an adapted cup that DOESN'T look like a child's beaker?? Mum has difficulty tipping her head back far enoug...
Trying to adapt
dover in NRAS 6 years ago
Hello everyone, this is my first time I have posted a blog. I was diagnosed last June and after a couple of failed treatments I am now on m...
robo1 in Ataxia UK 5 days ago
Booking an adapted room can sometimes be a lottery as to what you are likely to get. Some hotels seem to think that a couple of handrails so...
How to adapt lchf diet
Anur in Diabetes India 5 months ago
I am very scared as my mother also a diabetic died of kidney failure and my dad has diabetic retinopathy and has decreased vision in o...
Armour adaption stage
jeschiotz in Thyroid UK 2 years ago
How long is the adaption stage when a 15 mg upping dose?
Help with adapted vehicle.
jeanghost in British Lung Foundation 5 years ago
My husband has COPD and is on oxygen 24/7 does anyone know if I can get help with a vehicle that his mobility scooter can go in the back of....
Adapting training plans
mandap in Couch to 5K 2 years ago
Hello I am being very lazy and seeking others advice rather simply googling this question (a. because I trust the opinions of people who act...
Adaptable, resourcefull and reslilent
Hidden in LUPUS UK 6 years ago
I just wanted to express how much I get out of reading everyone's blogs.
It occurs to me how determined everyone is to be the best they ca...
Safe Adapted Accommodation in Kent
TeddingtonTrust in Xeroderma Pigmentosum UK 2 years ago
Good News - We have secured another adapted site which will be ready for use with adaptions completed by mid July.
Adaptations will include D...
Adapting to a life with Parkinson's
drjonny in Parkinson's Movement 5 years ago
The extent of your disability is related to how well adapted the environment is to your needs. This applies to everyone; for example, if you...
Adapting Cake Recipes
Hidden in Gluten Free Guerrillas 7 years ago
Hello all, hope the week has been treating you fairly. Well, last weekend saw me having to cook a mammoth sized birthday cake for a friend ...
Fat Adaptation and Distant Running
OlsBean in Couch to 5K 3 years ago
Interesting article published this week including some clinical data on the possible benefits of using a Carb restricted (Fat Diet) to fuel ...
Adaptation to environmental changes - hibernation
Hidden in Thyroid UK 4 years ago
Well - here's another excuse for us to hibernate - getting fat, grumpy, sleepy, dopey - certain celebrity dwarves come to mind? & avoid all...
Adapting to part time living
moimoi in Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK (SRUK) 4 years ago
I have spent the last 2 out of 13 years living on a part time basis. This sounds odd but it has changed my life. I am more relaxed and conse...
40 years of adapting
kjc1951 in My MSAA Community a year ago
My husband has MS. He was diagnosed in 1977. As we sat with our 6 month old daughter the Dr. came into the room announcing, \" I have bad...
Running, injury and adaptation.
Rignold in Couch to 5K a year ago
This isn't mine, it was posted by Pepper Lawson in the Did You Run Today facebook group, but I thought it hit the nail firmly on the head, s...
Does MyAsics really adapt?
C3PO in Marathon Running and Race Support 2 months agoPOPULAR
Hi all! I'm plodding away at my winter marathon training, using the Mapmyrun training plan (I'm in week 12 out of 30). It's supposedly dynam...
Adapted snooker cues
4squares in NRAS 25 days ago
Can one get these? I have recently had my first game since being diagnosed in 2009. Sat down between shots and must say it was enjoyable. Ho...
Improvise, Adapt, Overcome with AMN Lifestyle
SgtKaag in AMN EASIER 7 months ago
Finally posting my profile! My name is Chris Kaag and diagnosed near my 21st bday while overseas as a US Marine. I was fortunate to have lea...
Adapting to Fat on a Low-Carb Diet
Activity2004 in Diabetes India 7 months ago
I had been asked by suramo to help post this posting. If there are any questions, feel free to ask suramo.
Adapting to Fat on a Low-Carb Die...
How long does it take to adapt?
Lisa78 in Gluten Free Guerrillas 6 years ago
I've been finding it really hard to adapt & have little support
Tremor in Hands, Adaptive Equipment for Eating
RoyProp in Parkinson's Movement 3 years ago
Saw this on NBC News,
Is there any help financially to have bathroom adapted?
Lynnit59 in Fibromyalgia Action UK 3 years ago
I am 59 on DLA who can I ask for advice pls ? I live in Essex
Does anyone know how a bike can be adapted?
Hidden in NRAS 6 years ago
Today, I feel like I got a little of my old life back!! I was so happy, grinning at everyone, my mouth was sore with smiling....
I took my bi...
Adapted Holiday Villa for 10 People Required
hebyulkoki in Ataxia UK 3 years ago
Does anybody know of a holiday villa that can sleep 10 and has one of the bedrooms/bathrooms adapted for an Ataxia sufferer?
We have searched...
What type of aids or adaptions help you?
rcwallace21 in Living Positively with Cerebral Palsy 4 years ago
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