Whoever said being a patient was boring?
Laugh along with this sneak peak at Prescription for Disaster: The funny side of falling apart and have a good howl at the truly hysterical side of being ridiculously diseased. A sweater x-ray exorcism, awkward MRI, bed pan disasters, hospital bed hostages and falling off an airplane - the perfect book for those in need of a good laugh in a tough situation.
So download the pre-op, sit back, take a hit off your oxygen tank and get ready to laugh at the funny side of falling apart - you'll never look at an IV pole or a bedpan the same way again!
They say that laughter is the best medicine and it is, well, that an a whole lot of expensive doctors and drugs.
Meet Candace, a health humorist trying to change the experience of those living with a chronic illness through positivity and humor - because laughing together just makes things feel a little bit better.
A Canadian / British woman living in Ireland with her family, Candace is a magnet for disaster and writes about her ridiculous experiences in global healthcare. From being hit by lightning and attacks by obese squirrel cartels to falling surgical elevators and ward-mates that should really be on the 'secure' ward - her series of hysterical memoirs will have you roaring until you fill your catheter bag and bust a stitch.