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Try looking in the monthly archives. February 2017

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Disabilities: Government loses tribunals, then changes rules

Unhappy about two decisions made against it in legal tribunals, in relation to assessments for a disability benefit, the government now plans to change the regulations to get its own way. Is that a cynical response? Yes. It’s like changing […]

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MS Love and Care, as Only a Superwife Can Provide

Thoughts of love were brought to the forefront of many people’s minds on Valentine’s Day, which is widely celebrated by couples both young and not so young. They usually buy cards and enjoy romantic dinners.
In our case, Feb. 14 also […]

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Disabilities: Government warned forced activities ‘could make health worse’

Plans for people with disabilities to be forced to undertake ‘mandatory activities’, even though they have already been assessed as being unfit for work, is being opposed by disability groups such as the MS Society.
It is good to see the […]

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Worry Less to Reduce Unnecessary Stress

Stress is like a light that turns on when you need it. But when you can’t turn it off, you run the risk of burnout, which can impact your health, according to the U.S. National MS Society.

I often have said […]

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More flock to accuse disability assessors of lying

Isn’t it amazing how the number of people who choose to speak out about injustices multiply once the first reports are published
Many more disabled people have come forward to describe how the healthcare professionals who assessed them for the UK […]

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MS, Combined with Flu, Had Me on the Floor Again

Those of us who live with multiple sclerosis know exactly how we, as individuals, are affected by the symptoms we experience. What we cannot know, however, is how others are affected, as no two people with MS have exactly the […]

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