“Squiggy” on #1 rated TV show in ’78 and ’79 has MS

By Danielle Price In both 1978 and 1979 the number one rated show in America was a hilarious sitcom called ‘Laverne & Shirley’. This popular show averaged 23 million viewers each week. ‘Laverne & Shirley’ was about four characters, two Milwaukee brewery workers,’ Laverne & Shirley’ and their two crazy …

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Adapt and Overcome! Jack Osbourne’s Motto!

by Danielle Price Jack Osbourne is the son of John Micheal Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne. John Michael is more commonly known as ‘Ozzy’ and Sharon is a media personality and music manager, and is commonly known judge on “America’s Got Talent”. Jack has lived an ‘unordinary’ life. He participated in …

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Ann Romney sends Mitt Romney Love

by Dani Price Ann Romney, wife of current presidential candidate Mitt Romney, met her husband, Mitt while in elementary school. She says she even remembers him throwing pebbles at her while she was riding her horse. Ann was named Ann Lois Davies on April 6th 1949. She was raised in …

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Annette Funicello Brings Public Awareness to MS

by Dani Price “For me, the wheelchair symbolizes disability in a way a cane does not.” – Annette Funicello In 1992, Funicello announced that she had been battling multiple sclerosis, a degenerative neurological disease, since 1987. To assist in fundraising to fight neurological disorders, she founded The Annette Funicello Teddy …

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How Histamine May Help Treat MS

by Dani Price When most people hear the word histamine they immediately think, allergies! Anti-histamine drugs are found in many anti-allergy medicines such as Claritin and Benadryl, to help relieve symptoms. Histamine, as defined in The Merriam Webster Dictionary, is “a compound widespread in many animal tissues that plays a major …

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