The ADA is 30 Years Old. What Does it Mean to Young People with Disabilities?
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The ADA is 30 Years Old. What Does it Mean to Young People with Disabilities?

According to a story from Youth Today, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was first passed 30 years ago, in 1990. This historic law helps protect people that live with…

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Finding an Effective Personalized Therapy for Mastocytosis can be Frustrating, but it is Possible

What Exactly is Mast Cell Disease According to The Mastocytosis Society (TMS), there are three forms of mast cell disease. All involve the malfunction or over-development of mast cells in…

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Braving the Storm: How Music and Family Helped Tara Get Through a Tough, Rare, Little-Known Disease
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Braving the Storm: How Music and Family Helped Tara Get Through a Tough, Rare, Little-Known Disease

I know you’re fighting hard//I see your battle scars     It’s clear you’ve come so far//You’ll grow stronger Alone, these words may feel like just expressions of encouragement; a…

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Why Has This Woman Lived Alone For Two Years? The Answer May Surprise You
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Why Has This Woman Lived Alone For Two Years? The Answer May Surprise You

For Johanna Watkins, a woman from Minnesota, life can be like walking through a minefield. Ms. Watkins had mast cell activation syndrome. As a result, exposure to everyday experiences such…

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