Introduction: Miracle Flights: free medically-related air travel for ill patients, including CF

Miracle Flights recently reached out to tell us about their wonderful organization and explain the details of their service, which we have compiled into a blog article to share on our website with our CF community. Continue reading Introduction: Miracle Flights: free medically-related air travel for ill patients, including CF

Travel Exercise By Jeanie Hanley

During a recent trip to visit my aunt in Florida this spring, I was faced with a bit of a dilemma – where to exercise. With a CF exacerbation threatening to emerge, I couldn’t slack off. All I really wanted was to breathe in fresh air with as vigorous a walk as I could muster and maybe even take in some local sights. Continue reading Travel Exercise By Jeanie Hanley

CF Wind Sprint 53: Keeping your nasal passages clear with Nozin

After receiving a Facebook message asking about how he keeps his nasal passageways clear and germ-free, Jerry took to his Wind Sprint page to share his response.

As a part of his daily hygiene, Jerry uses Nozin, a nasal sanitizer, to kill the Continue reading CF Wind Sprint 53: Keeping your nasal passages clear with Nozin

CF Podcast 153: CF, Living in Two Worlds, the Healthy and the Sick with Jen Eisenmann

Today we meet Jen Eisenmann, a 44-year-old living, breathing, and succeeding with cystic fibrosis. Diagnosed at 12 months old, Jen grew up similarly to most other kids, other than having to take enzymes and do occasional chest Continue reading CF Podcast 153: CF, Living in Two Worlds, the Healthy and the Sick with Jen Eisenmann

Flight Travel and Tips–Guest Blog by Meranda Sue Honaker

Preparing to travel with cystic fibrosis requires attention to detail and being prepared for the unexpected. Within the last year I have decided to travel by air – a new and exciting experience for me! I have created a “master” flight check Continue reading Flight Travel and Tips–Guest Blog by Meranda Sue Honaker

Gunnar Esiason, Own It: Don’t Say That to Me

This blog post touches on the invisible disease side of things. I know I went pretty deeply into that with my little story about almost getting tased on an airplane ride from Boston to New York, but this is a little bit of a different Continue reading Gunnar Esiason, Own It: Don’t Say That to Me

Tips for CF Vacation by Gunnar Esiason

After a seemingly endless winter here in New York, a few of my friends and I decided it was time to get away. Check out my buddy Dave in the picture above! We buried him (when I say we, I mean my other friend Joe did while I sat there reading a killer book because I have more

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Travel: Airplane Safeguards, Part II–Guest Blog by Jeanie Hanley

If you are contemplating plane travel, here are a few brief tips that may keep you as healthy as possible. This blog covers the things needed to do at the airport. First, items you will need to bring with you to the airport: large disinfectant wipes, face-mask (carbon-filtered mask highly Continue reading Travel: Airplane Safeguards, Part II–Guest Blog by Jeanie Hanley

Travel: Preparing for Departure, Part I – Guest Blog by Jeanie Hanley

I rely on a travel list of items that are needed. My husband can pack in literally 5-10 minutes – it’s sickening. I take at least 3 hours if I am fully devoted to the task of packing or longer if not. Aside from the requisite clothing, entertainment distractions (ipad, ebook, etc) and toiletries, what usurps Continue reading Travel: Preparing for Departure, Part I – Guest Blog by Jeanie Hanley

Travel Checklist – Guest Blog by Mark Levine

When I travel, I always seem to forget at least one thing. I’m telling you, it’s always something. Every time I travel. I’m not saying I have a poor memory or that I am starting to experience early senility in my mid-forties. Truth is there’s a lot to remember. Continue reading Travel Checklist – Guest Blog by Mark Levine