Healthcare shouldn’t be political, but it is. How is that effecting marginalized patients?
I’ve been incredibly hesitant about writing the following post, considering the racial temperature of the United States, whenever a person of color makes a reference to the egregious situations that plague American citizens of color and of faiths other than Christianity, they are lambasted. We are often accused of being dramatic, starting trouble, race-baiting or […]
Please note that although this post is sponsored by, Hologic, Inc., all opinions & stories are personal to me and are my own. I was paid to write about this brand by choice because I felt the information was relevant to my journey with my autoimmune diseases. And I hope that you will find the […]
I just read that Yolanda & David Foster are divorcing after being together for nine years, four of those spent in marriage. That’s a very long time. Longer if you are with someone with a chronic illness because some of those days tend to be long, trying and frustrating. I can say this because I […]
Last night I had the great honor and pleasure of attending a fundraiser for Newark, New Jersey’s Mayor Cory Booker‘s run for Senate Campaign. I was invited by a good friend, Jodi Gomes who has become friends with the mayor through her advocacy for Autism. You’re probably wondering what the heck was a New Jersey […]
Dear Justices Scalia, Kennedy, Thomas, Ginsburg, Breyer, Roberts, Alito, Sotomayor & Kagan, I hope this letter finds you all in good health and well. I am writing to you because I know you have a great decision before you regarding Healthcare Reform, or as it’s more commonly known, Obamacare. I can only imagine the weight […]