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- Awareness Day 2016
- Products to Help with Chronic Illness
Awareness Day 2016
Fibromyalgia Awareness Day is May 12, and May is Fibromyalgia Awareness month. Each year at Being Fibro Mom, Fibromyalgia Awareness is celebrated by raising awareness through the combined efforts of international/national fibromyalgia organizations and local/national companies as well as fibromyalgia and chronic illness bloggers. There are numerous giveaways, guest articles, personal stories, Facebook Flash giveaways, product promotion, discounts, and more! Please join us and raise awareness and funds to help further support research for this invisible, often times crippling, illness. Read more.
It’s important to know there are plenty of fibromyalgia resources at your fingertips. Here are some great places to start!
There are many fibromyalgia events that take place for Fibromyalgia Awareness Day/Month hosted by a variety of fibromyalgia organizations. Find out which events are taken place in your area, and if there aren’t any, there are links to get an event started. Read more.
There are many national and international organizations for fibromyalgia. Here is a list of those organizations and their missions.
Stay informed and up to date with the latest news about fibromyalgia. Check out all the magazines available for fibromyalgia.
Stay informed and up to date with the latest news about fibromyalgia brought to you by fibromyalgia organizations and bloggers. Find them here.
Products to Help with Chronic Illness
Fibromyalgia can cause many parts of the body to ache making every day tasks more cumbersome and difficult. Here are products that make hard tasks a bit easier.
Chronic Illness Bloggers
From personal stories to informative articles, these bloggers write about fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses. Connect with fibromyalgia bloggers and chronic illness bloggers here.
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