Back Pain, FIBROMYALGIA, HEALTH, Uncategorized



5596456_b0fd4d65a5_m (1)

Fibromyalgia Connect is the online social network for people and families living with fibromyalgia.

It has fresh information and real support, fueled by an active, caring community.

They make it easy to start conversations, share treatments, read and post product recommendations, and much more.

They also provide tools for its members to discuss the topics that they are passionate about. While the content is important, it is the sharing of a news story, the discovery of the latest treatments and the conversations between members that sets them apart.

Fibromyalgia Connect is owned and operated by Alliance Health. Their mission is to create social health networks that connect people to support communities for a growing number of health conditions.

There are lots of discussions on just about everything you can think of about Fibromyalgia and more.






The National Transplant Week takes place from 7th – 13th July to raise awareness to organ donation.

The long term organ transplant benefits are invaluable as not only can you give someone a second chance, but it is less expensive than having to keep paying for medication that you could need.

Take a look for fundraising ideas on the National Transplant Week website or join now to save someone’s life.

The National Transplant Week Campaign details are –

‘This year’s National Transplant Week will take place from 7 – 13 July.

We’ll be updating with news and information about the Week as plans develop so make sure you keep an eye on it. All the downloadable materials you’ll need to help raise awareness of organ donation will soon be available there too.

You can still watch the remarkable films made for last year’s campaign by Homeland’s David Harewood, Richard Branson, Sky News presenter Kay Burley and Emmerdale’s Wil Johnson here and be inspired by their intimate and relaxed approach to having that all-imporant organ donation conversation. From the site you can also watch the winning and shortlisted films in last year’s ‘Organ Donation Through a Lens’ competition.

And don’t forget you can also follow us on Facebook and Twitter’…