Monthly Archives: January 2012

Sjogrens….Putting the pieces together

When we think of a puzzle, most often we envision an entertaining activity.  The activity of pouring out a specific number of  graphics-applied cardboard shapes which, when put together correctly, will create the desired big picture.  Puzzles also exist in … Continue reading

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hy·po·chon·dri·ac /ˌhaɪpəˈkɒndriˌæk/ Show Spelled[hahy-puh-kon-dree-ak] Show IPAadjective  Also, hy·po·chon·dri·a·cal /ˌhaɪpoʊkənˈdraɪəkəl/ Show Spelled[hahy-poh-kuhn-drahy-uh-kuhl]  pertaining to or suffering from hypochondria, an excessive preoccupation with and worry about one’s health: For those of us who live life with chronic pain; suffering; doctor’s visits; medical tests; … Continue reading

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Search and Research

The more that I research Sjogren’s Syndrome, live with it and read about other’s who are living with it, the more I realize that we are all looking for answers.  Researchers are trying to find definitive answers to what causes … Continue reading

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And Sjo it goes…

Here it is..the debut post of my Sjogren’s journey via blog. I am not a professional blogger or writer. I know very little about blogging, widgets or RSS feeds. What I do know about is the frustration of living with … Continue reading

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