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Issue #100: The Need to Normalise Disabilities in Young People & Did You Know That Others Might be Allergic to Your Perfume?

Issue #100: In this issue: Jennifer Brea was a Ph.D. student at Harvard, when she was struck down by the mysterious Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The need for disabilities to be normalised, especially for young people. What you need to know about fragrance and chemical sensitivities, especially in public places. Click to read or pin to save for later. | www.achronicvoice.com | #achronicvoice #healthnews #chronicillness #spoonielife #healthcare #allergies

Sat, 10 Mar 2018. Issue #100.

In this issue: Jennifer Brea was a Ph.D. student at Harvard, when she was struck down by the mysterious Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The need for disabilities to be normalised, especially for young people. A poll on how people with chronic pain cope with their careers. Phone anxiety is real. There are more than 100 autoimmune diseases, and they don’t have a unified look to them. Learning to practice self-love with an uncooperative body. The relief of having a supportive partner, when you’re constantly at war with your body. A safe space for spoonies to share their life stories on a monthly basis. How to live your imperfect live with chronic illness. Expecting the unexpected is the norm for those who live with chronic illnesses. What you need to know about fragrance and chemical sensitivities, especially in public places.

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