The Columbia Chronicle

I have a form of dysautonomia that is imperceptible to others. It causes rapid heart rates, syncope, dizziness, temperature fluctuation, chronic fatigue and pain. I am what an invisible illness looks like.

Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there: Life with an invisible illness

September 30, 2020

I often mourn the person I used to be. I was an athlete. I played soccer and lifted weights, ran races and set records. I had long, thick hair and I could stay awake for 12 hours straight. I did not fear...

Students enter flu season with little assistance from college

Students enter flu season with little assistance from college

December 5, 2019

When Bri Eittreim planned her trip home to Minnesota, she made sure everything was in order. She had her bags packed, her transportation home arranged and was prepared to get a flu shot. If she had not gone hom...

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