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If Only There Was An App For That

Technology is an amazing thing. It has allowed us to make incredible strides, go to the moon and back, not to mention connect the entire world.


We've seen leaps in medicine, telecommunications, travel, and so much more. Heck, we now have self-driving cars!


I'm not complaining, not really, about the fact that technology hasn't fixed everything, it has come a long way. I have an app to tell me that I'm too tense and should take some time breathing. I have an app to remind me when to take my medication and tell me how my sleep was. I mean, technology has made improvements in my life.


Now, if only there was an app that would give me an advanced warning about impending flares, new symptoms, and which people will understand what I am saying when I say I'm exhausted.

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