On Turning 65
I grew up in the generation that shouted, “Never trust anyone over 30.” So, the year I turned 30 was a difficult one. 30 – I was now in the generation that I had thumbed my nose at when I was a teenager and college student. Forty wasn’t easy, but it wasn’t so bad. 45 was another milestone to Continue reading Guest Blog by Laura Tillman–On Turning 65
With the school year having just begun, the CFChef program is excited to share the three winning lunchbox creations from the nationwide 2012 CFChef Back-to-School recipe contest. The Fun Taco Boats, Meat Roll-Ups and Spike Milkshake are sure to banish any brown bag boredom at school this year! Continue reading CFChef Winning Back-to-School Recipes
Watch Jerry Cahill’s latest CF Wind Sprint about energy drinks. He describes what is helpful pre-, post and during a work-out.
Presented by Laura Steuer, M.A. Education, Stanford
Stanford Adult Cystic Fibrosis Advisory Council, Chairperson
When: Tuesday, September 11, 2012 from 6pm-8pm
For: CF patients, family members and caregivers Continue reading CF Discovery Series ™ – 2012–Parenting When You have Cystic Fibrosis!
My wife is a mental health therapist. She talks to people all day long about their problems. She has countless hours of experience dealing with people and their behaviors. One day, after apparently meeting with a client who was having trouble because they were not taking their prescribed Continue reading Compliance–Guest Blog By Mark Levine
We wanted to remind you that there are only two weeks left to submit CF-friendly recipes to the CFChef Winter Holiday recipe contest:
From now until September 14, 2012, we invite you to visit www.Chef4CF.com and enter festive CF-friendly recipes prepared for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Chanukah, and more, for the chance to Continue reading Reminder from CFChef for Winter Holiday Recipe Contest
See Jerry on “The Other Side”… Jerry tells of his experience getting his life-saving bilateral lung transplant.
We are VERY excited to announce the arrival of the Breathing Room book.
The book is a collection of the images and writings from “Through the Looking Glass: Images of Adults with Cystic Fibrosis” and “Caregiver Stories”, as well as biographies of the participants and photographers. You will also find messages from our executive director, Michelle Compton Continue reading The Breathing Room Book is Now Available!
I feel good. That may not seem like such a big deal to most people, but it is to me. For the past two-and-a-half years I have not been feeling very well. First I had pneumonia in both lungs. Then I had a twist in my small intestines. The pneumonia never quite went away and my Continue reading Feeling Good!–Guest Blog by Kathy Russell
As a 12-year veteran of bilateral lung transplantation, I triumphantly just returned from the 2012 Transplant Games of America with two gold medals in tow. The Games were July 28 – Aug 1 and took place in Grand Rapids, Michigan. I was skeptical that the games would be as well organized or Continue reading To the Games and Back