My interview with InForum

Hello readers! I was recently interviewed by lovely Tracy Frank  from InForum about my chronic pain and how I deal with it everyday. For those who follow my blog from the very beginning, you know that Sifa's Corner started as a health blog to raise awareness on the disease Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. 10 years with the pain and discomfort, and now finally I have a voice to reach other people and help them. Have a look at the article and share your thoughts. Article can be found here. If

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Get To Know Me-TAG!

Recently I found an interesting post in one of my favorite blogs Beauty Makeup Addict. It featured random questions about her personal life and her blog.So I thought, I should give it a try too! As this blog is growing, the readers should know more about this blog and the blogger herself.I modified the questions a bit to reflect my blog better.BLOGHow did this blog start?This blog started as “The Other Side” on October 2010 which was based on spreading awareness and support for a disease named

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How to look your Best, when you are feeling your Worst!

Umm…. I think “Best” would be an overstatement… “Presentable” would be more appropriate here!We all have one of those days when we feel like sh** and look even worse…may be due to late-night party, lack of sleep, ongoing exam or project, or any sickness. You have no idea how many times I had to hear, “What happened to you?” or “Are you sick?” due to my TOS pain and troubles. If you are facing your difficulties everyday like me, soon it’s going to be awkward & annoying to answer all these

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Anniversary OR Looking back into the life of a TOSer

[If you don't know about TOS/Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, click here.]For those who are reading this article thinking it as a sweet memoir of some lovable memory, I am sorry to disappoint you.3 years ago today, I was preparing for my right cervical rib removal surgery, scared and unknown of the outcome...But full of hope that everything will be okay as soon as I get rid of that “thing”.Most of us who have had this rib removal surgery go through the same phase, same emotion- more or less. It’s hard

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