FUMS 004 – MyHealthTeams dot com Interview

Mary Ray

http://traffic.libsyn.com/fumsnow/FUMS_004_-_MyHealthTeam_dot_com_Interview.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS In this episode, I interview Mary Ray, Co-Founder and COO of MyHealthTeams.com – a wonderful resource for many health-challenged communities – and for our purposes – MS in particular – at MyMSTeam.com.  We talk about her drive to fill a void […]

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15 Seconds to a Happier Day

Girls with Clock

There I was, laying on my bed in pain and with significant “cog fog”.  Those nagging questions were hovering nearby:  will I recover from this?  will I ever be able to form full-sentences again?  am I of use to anyone?  am I of value?  do I bring anything to this world or am I just […]

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FUMS 003 – Squatty Potty Interview

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http://traffic.libsyn.com/fumsnow/FUMS_003_-_Squatty_Potty_Interview.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS In this episode of the FUMSnow Podcast Show, I interview Bobby and Judy Edwards, co-founders of the very successful Squatty Potty company.  You may have seen them on the American television show “Shark Tank,” where Lori Greiner (the “warm-blooded shark”) was […]

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FUMS 002 – Kathy Bolen, MS Nurse Interview

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http://traffic.libsyn.com/fumsnow/FUMS_002_-_Kathy_Bolen_MS_Nurse_Interview.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | RSS In this episode, I interview Kathy Bolen, an RN who went the extra mile to become a certified MS nurse.  Nurses are special people – MS nurses are extra special!! You’ll learn: how someone becomes an MS nurse the difference having […]

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It’s Not The MS, It’s the MS’er . . .

Arrows

It’s been awhile since I’ve had a guest blogger – but I’m so proud to host this one.  The writer is Scott James, and he’s been a friend and supporter of FUMSnow.com almost since day one.  He’s an interesting guy:  he was diagnosed in Nov 2006 with RRMS, he lives in San Diego, Ca, he’s […]

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