Disability: What is the worth of a life?

I often say that I feel disabled lives are not valued by society as a whole. We are discriminated against, undervalued, not found as worthy, belittled, ignored, not accommodated for... and the list goes on and on. A society should be rated on how it treats its most vulnerable in it. And what does it … Continue reading Disability: What is the worth of a life?

Living wage vs. Disability income

I just want to share something that makes me think society doesn't value disabled people. I am very relieved to be on disability because I cannot function at the moment. It is necessary. However, one cannot help but notice it is not exactly a living wage, is it? So it sort of makes me wonder … Continue reading Living wage vs. Disability income

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Depression Twice as Likely Among Migraine Sufferers Canadian study finds

National Pain ReportĀ  Research done at the University of Toronto surveyed approximately 67,000 Canadians, over 6,000 reporting they had been diagnosed with migraine by a healthcare professional. This study has been published in the online journal of Depression Research and Treatment. "Both women and men with migraine were more than twice as likely to suffer … Continue reading Depression Twice as Likely Among Migraine Sufferers Canadian study finds