Health and Wellness Pieces - Various

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Pieces about health, managing chronic illness, food politics, medicine, and the intersections of all of those things for clients in food, lifestyle, feminism, and politics. (For my general Portfolio, various columns, and Interviews Porfolio, please go back to my main page!)

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Giving Myself a Future By Being Present -- An essay about removing modern habits like social media, sugar, shopping and the like during My Year of Abstinence for The Reset.

Giving Myself A Future By Being Present - The Reset

By breaking my addiction to the clutter and chatter of daily life, I found myself and how to be present.

I go off of sugar for 30 days during My Year of Abstinence. And then it takes a neuroscientist, a doctor, and a science journalist to explain the fallout.

What Happens to Your Brain and Body When You Quit Sugar for 30 Days?

Miracle weight loss? Withdrawal headaches? It's complicated. We talked to a neuroscientist, a doctor, and a science journalist to get the full story.

Jacqueline Raposo is a writer, chronic illness advocate, and the host of Love Bites Radio on Heritage Radio Network.       By Jacqueline Raposo   I...

#MarchingWithMe Partners the Women's March and Individuals with Chronic Illness and Disability

Jacqueline Raposo is a writer, chronic illness advocate, and the host of Love Bites Radio on Heritage Radio Network. By Jacqueline Raposo I...

It’s hard to separate our individual experiences of the world from the bodies in which we live.When we’re feeling strong and powerful, we readily take on challenges and mightily knock them down with force. Face those same challenges with flu, and the battle goes swiftly downhill while we barely keep our seat. Living with chronic illness, many days feel like the latter. Sometimes, we can’t even make it to the battlefield.On January 21st, 2017 more than 180,000 people are expected to attend…

#MarchingWithMe Partners the Women’s March on Washington with Individuals Living with Disability and Illness

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It’s hard to separate our individual experiences of the world from the bodies in which we live.

#MarchingWithMe — Partnering the Women’s March on Washington and Individuals with Disability and…

Marchers and Supporters come together, because everyone should have the opportunity to fight for women’s rights.

DINERS WITH ALLERGIES: CHEF LYNN BOUND TAKES YOU SERIOUSLY

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DINERS WITH ALLERGIES: CHEF LYNN BOUND TAKES YOU SERIOUSLY

Food allergies and food-related illnesses may be almost the norm now, but it doesn't mean dining out is necessarily safer or any easier. We spoke with chefs, restaurant managers, and servers from around the country to find out how we can all get along.

What You Should Know About Eating Out With Allergies

Food allergies and food-related illnesses may be almost the norm now, but it doesn't mean dining out is necessarily safer or any easier. We spoke with chefs, restaurant managers, and servers from around the country to find out how we can all get along.

CHEF MIRO USKOKOVIC: COMING OUT WITH CROHN'S: “You get diagnosed with this disease, and the enemy is what you do!”

Chef Miro Uskokovic: Coming Out With Crohn’s

“You get diagnosed with this disease, and the enemy is what you do!”

CHEF GAVIN KAYSEN: I HAVE CELIAC DISEASE

Chef Gavin Kaysen: “I Have Celiac Disease”

Chef Gavin Kaysen produces exquisite dishes of astounding variety. Yet he can’t eat much of it. Here he speaks out for the first time about having Celiac disease.

HOW DO YOU DINE OUT WITH YOUR ALLERGIES OR ILLNESS?

How Do You Dine Out with Your Allergies or Illness?

Though understanding of food intolerance has come far in the past two decades, dining out won’t ever really be easy. I asked restaurant professionals how we can all get along.

I'M A (FOOD) WRITER WITH (FOOD) ISSUES: That scone is gluten and dairy free. All of my food is. But my writing only reflects that 90% of the time.

I’m a (Food) Writer with (Food) Issues

That scone is gluten and dairy free. All of my food is. But my writing only reflects that 90% of the time.

Confession: I hate brunch. I write about people who make food, and I hate the whole brunch scene almost as much as most of those who work it. While frie...

How Brunching with Allergies Is Getting Better and How It Isn't

Confession: I hate brunch. I write about people who make food, and I hate the whole brunch scene almost as much as most of those who work it. While frie...

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I can't have children – but I don't want to anyway

'I could blame it on my medical issues, but the truth is that I never wanted children'

Do you find dating hard enough—let alone when you add having a chronic illness? These tips can make navigating the dating world fun and rewarding.

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Do you find dating hard enough—let alone when you add having a chronic illness? These tips can make navigating the dating world fun and rewarding.

I could blame it on my medical issues, but the truth is that I never wanted children.

I Can't Have Children — but I Don't Want to Anyway

I could blame it on my medical issues, but the truth is that I never wanted children.

My Friend, the Parrot - Exploring Chronic Illness and Loneliness for Julia Bainbridge's The Lonely Hour Podcast

My Friend, the Parrot

Most fully-grown parrots have the mental capacity of a four- or five-year-old human child, and they yearn to connect.