The writer, whose son has cerebral palsy and autism, offers a potent example of how the sick and disabled will suffer under the Republicans' merciless health-care proposal.
Julie Klam likes her frown lines. And her laugh lines. And her crow’s-feet. Even as her friends and doctors are embracing Botox and Restylane. Is she wrong to resist?
Getting tucks, fillers, and Botox has practically become a rite of passage, and yet none of us seems to know the etiquette. Do we say something? Or pretend not to notice?
When a chronic pain syndrome made sex excruciating, our writer found relief from the most surprising source.