Do you ever feel like your doctor just isn't hearing you? One of the most frustrating experiences--not unique to those with chronic illnesses--is communicating about pain. Listen to this episode to find simple, practical tips to form better working relationship with your healthcare providers.
Listen in on this conversation with Jodi Taub, a psychotherapist living with chronic illness. In this episode, Jodi chronicles her personal and professional journey as a high-risk patient with Primary Immunodeficiency. This podcast covers tough challenges in the time of COVID-19.
Dr. Craig interviews Dr. Jarred Younger, a researcher who focuses on inflammation in the brain, to discuss his work on how inflammation relates to the symptoms of ME/CFS and fibromyalgia.
Multiple Sclerosis is hard enough, but many MS patients also develop sleep disorders. In this episode guest Tamara Sellman, a sleep expert and fellow MS patient discusses her professional life in relation to her diagnosis, sleep science, and the importance of the brain's "cleaning crew."
Guest Kristina Sakisova was diagnosed with Lyme disease after a long time with symptoms, but even that diagnosis seems incomplete. How do you stay grounded when things are so unclear? In this episode, Kristina talks about navigating uncertainty, grieving change, and accepting reality.
In this episode, sex educator and activist Kirsten Shultz takes aim at “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the Freddie Mercury biopic. With no mention of his HIV+ status and sexuality in the trailer, this episode breaks down Mercury’s life in relation to the wider HIV/AIDS crisis and straightwashing.
Actress and playwright Amy Marcs shares her story of navigating breast cancer and a double mastectomy and how her one-woman play, Nice Tits, healed her. Learn how she used her inner wisdom to guide her through the tumultuous journey that only a catastrophic diagnosis like cancer can send you on. Li