Ian Franks asks 'what next?' and questions how we can RETURN to a NEW normal.
Disability caused by MS means eating one-handed for Ian Franks. Now, he says, one simple utensil has given him back independence at the dinner table.
Ian Franks, who has MS and uses a wheelchair, explains what a broken laptop meant to him - and his consequent thought of others unable to lose themselves in something else besides their disease or disability.
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Ian Franks warns against falling foul of phishing emails. He may be thought of as vulnerable, with MS, having a disability, and aged in his late 60s, but he didn’t get caught out. Nor should you.
Ian Franks brings you one woman's moving explanation of living life with MS.
Experts say consuming too much sugar is bad for us, with dire health warnings. While beleving them, Ian Franks says his taste now wants tea with sugar - and explains his concerns about artificial sweeteners.
Ian Franks discusses political leanings, writing for The Locus, the COVID-19 lockdowns along with protests in the US.
Ian Franks takes a time out from his usual blog to remember his big brother who died, as a result of having epilepsy, 30 years ago. Besides having MS, Ian also has epilepsy.
Ian Franks tells how shocking news of the death of his first wife reduced him to tears - even though they divorced nine years ago