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Crohn’s Disease: 3-year old talks about his Dad’s illness

“I can handle things! I’m smart! Not like everybody says… like dumb…”

It’s two (2) more years till Kindergarten, and I am already SO over Fisher-Price toys and smiling on-command every time one of my Mom’s friends talks gibberish to me just to make me like her.  Everyone does that to me; even my aunts and uncles.  I don’t get these people; just because I don’t […]

My 1984-1985 “Diagnostic Journey” to Crohn’s Disease

Crohns March 24 2014

 

 

 

 

 

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Due to various painful ramifications of my recent successful Hip Replacement Surgery, “I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.”  Mark Twain 

Mind, Body & Spirit vs. Damn the Torpedoes

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Crohn’s Disease is “NFL-Tough” according to Matt Light, retired NFL Offensive Lineman

When Matt Light of the NFL’s New England Patriots announced his retirement this past week, he also disclosed for the 1st time that he has been suffering from Crohn’s Disease for the past 10 years.   He described his battles with Crohn’s Disease as extremely painful and ugly, with pain so bad it was often paralyzing.  In fact, a 2004 surgery to remove 13 inches of his intestine combined with […]

What to do when you are Diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease? The “Crohn’s Disease 2-Minute Drill”

A Concise Video less than 3 Minutes in length that via an NFL Football Metaphor communicates what a Person should do when first diagnosed with Crohn’s Disease from an experienced Crohn’s Disease Patient of 25+ years.  (This will be the first Video on the soon-to-be launched “Crohn’s Disease TV Channel” on WEGO HeathClick here for an […]

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