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Raelynn Service Dog German Shepherd Jazz On Blake Shelton Tour | People.com

Raelynn Service Dog German Shepherd Jazz On Blake Shelton Tour | People.com

Blake Shelton s Doing It to Country Songs Tour is full of talent and not just of the musical variety. On the road with Shelton and his The Voice mentee RaeLynn is Jazz , a service dog trained to detect changes in blood sugar levels. The loyal German shepherd belongs to RaeLynn, who has Type 1 diabetes. Always by her side, Jazz lets his mama know when her blood sugar levels are low, waking her up in the middle of the night when necessary. He has also taken on the unofficial role of tour mascot. He smells everybody, knows everybody. He just lightens the mood, RaeLynn, who will release her first full length album, WildHorse , on March 24, told PEOPLE about her furry friend. An important part of helping the singer manage her diabetes, no place is off limits to Jazz, including Ellen. The 5-year-old canine will proudly join RaeLynn and watch his mom make her Ellen debut on Friday, a day they have only dreamed of until recently. Jazz has been part of RaeLynns journey to country stardom for just over a year, after coming to her family from Global K9 Protection Services in Nashville. The other members of Jazzs squad include RaeLynns husband, Josh Davis, who is currently away at basic training , and the couples Chihuahua, Dolly, who is named after music legend Dolly Parton, obviously. There may be a noticeable size difference between Jazz and Dolly, but its the tiny Chihuahua that holds the power. He adores her! said RaeLynn. She picks and chooses when she adores him. If she growls at him, he will get off his bed and let her have it. While Dollys feelings on Jazz are mixed, RaeLynn loves everything about her service dog and the protection, comfort and sweetness he has brought to her life, especially while she is on the road. Its cool to know that a dog is so loyal to you. He is Continue reading >>

Meet The Dog Who Helps Country Star Raelynn Manage Her Diabetes

Meet The Dog Who Helps Country Star Raelynn Manage Her Diabetes

Meet the Dog Who Helps Country Star RaeLynn Manage Her Diabetes Country singer RaeLynn tells us how her German Shepherd Dog, Jazz, keeps her happy and healthy on the road and at home. Dog Health Care What Is Alabama Rot in Dogs and Is Your Dog at Risk? When country singer RaeLynn climbs aboard her tour bus, the Type 1 diabetic knows she can count on her German Shepherd Dog to protect her from low blood sugar and lonely nights. Jazz has been a lifesaver in so many ways, the 23-year-old Texas native tells Dogster. RaeLynn and Jazz the dog. Photography courtesy RaeLynn. His musical name isnt what youd expect to see on the tag of a dog whose human opened for Blake Shelton, but according to RaeLynn, 5-year-old Jazz welcomes a little improvisation and lives up to his moniker. Jazz is pretty laid-back; he kind of goes with the flow, she explains. The WildHorse singer who shot to fame as a contestant on The Voice in 2012 brought Jazz home one year ago, just as her husband, Joshua Davis, embarked on a military career that would see the couple separated for months at a time. Already a pet parent to a Chihuahua named after country legend Dolly Parton, RaeLynn was looking for a bigger dog who could alert her if her blood sugar dropped and help her feel safe no matter where her tour bus is stopped. After connecting with a German Shepherd Dog trainer, RaeLynn was introduced to her future BFF, Jazz. According to the singer, the well-trained dog was looking for a new home, as his first family was moving and couldnt keep him. I was just gonna get a new dog, a puppy maybe a year old. But Jazz was 4 years old when we got him, she says. It was definitely a win-win. It was also love at first sight. RaeLynn recalls feeling an immediate connection with Jazz, which was thankfully reciprocated Continue reading >>

Raelynn :: Tin Roof Birmingham

Raelynn :: Tin Roof Birmingham

Online sales over. Inquire at [email protected] for availability at the door 102.5's IncrediBull Night concert series is back at Tin Roof this fall with a series of free & low dough shows. Check out the lineup at TinRoofBirmingham.com . RaeLynn: Spotlighted on Pandoras Artists to Watch list for the new year, 2017 is already proving to be a career year for singer-songwriter RaeLynn. Following the highly anticipated release of her Warner Bros. Records/Warner Music Nashville debut single Love Triangle to the overwhelming response of critics, the stunner has sold over 100,000 copies before even reaching the Top 30 on the Country singles chart. We all come from our own love triangles, I guess you could say, RaeLynn shares. Im so proud of this song; its my favorite song Ive ever written. Lauded as one of Rolling Stone Countrys Best 25 Songs of 2016, the heartbreakingly raw video for Love Triangle was released exclusively to PEOPLE.com and CMT and is striking a visceral reaction with Country radio and awestruck fans across the country. Theres a lyric about having a little white suitcase. I remember waiting on the front step for my dad, with a little white suitcase that had Minnie Mouse on it, she recalls. Every part of that song is me. RaeLynn is ready to set the road on fire with former tourmate and current labelmate Blake Shelton on his 13-city DOING IT TO COUNTRY SONGS TOUR which kicks off in Bakersfield, CA on February 16. Shes set to release her long-awaited debut album WILDHORSE ( ) on March 24. The feisty 22-year-old has been one of the highest selling female country artists, alongside industry heavyweights Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood, with her stellar songs selling over 1 million digital copies and being streamed over 94 million times. Her devote Continue reading >>

Raelynn Talks Diabetes Saturday At The Mac

Raelynn Talks Diabetes Saturday At The Mac

RaeLynn talks diabetes Saturday at the MAC Singer/songwriter RaeLynn, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 12 years old. RaeLynn talks diabetes Saturday at the MAC Singer/songwriter RaeLynn, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 12 years old. Check out this story on azcentral.com: A link has been sent to your friend's email address. A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. RaeLynn talks diabetes Saturday at the MAC Brian Wells , Lansing State Journal Published 7:39 a.m. MT Nov. 2, 2016 RaeLynn will speak at the PHP Health Fair at Sparrow Hospital Nov. 5. Racheal Lynn Woodward, better known as singer-songwriter RaeLynn, who appeared on the second season ofThe Voice, was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes when she was 12 years old. When I found out, I was so scared. I thought that I was going to have to live in a hospital, RaeLynn said. I didnt know anything about this disease I was like, Im a young girl, I dont understand how I have diabetes, but I wasnt educated on it. Growing up with diabetes was hard, she said. She would hide her insulin shots from others, afraid that they'dthinkshe wasnt cool, until the day afriendtold her she was thinking about it the wrong way. One of my friends was...like Listen, if one of your friends had this disease, you would want them to take their shot in front of you because you want them to be healthy, right? Youve got to take care of yourself. She learned how to count her carbs, how to mange the disease,she said, and living withdiabetes became much easier. There were times when it was hard, going to spend the night at a friends house or going to camp, I remember always feeling like the odd man out. Its just one of those things you learn and you really figure it out. I feel more healthy today than I did even a couple Continue reading >>

Singer Raelynn Shares Her Life On The Road With Diabetes

Singer Raelynn Shares Her Life On The Road With Diabetes

Singer RaeLynn Shares Her Life on the Road with Diabetes If you are a fan of The Voice, you might recognize the name RaeLynn. She is a country singer who, during the second season of the show, placed third. She also lives with type 1 diabetes. This summer she attended the Children With Diabetes (CWD) Friends For Life (FFL) conference in Orlando, Florida on behalf of Novo Nordisk, makers of insulin. While I wasnt able to meet her in person at the conference, RaeLynn was kind enough to answer questions about her diagnosis, managing diabetes on the road, becoming an advocate, and her experience at Friends For Life. RaeLynn: When I was about 12 years old, my mom and I would travel from our home in Texas to Nashville to help my cousin work on his record album. I would always need to frequently use the restroom on these trips, and at the time, I was also losing a lot of weight, which my family thought was normal for a preteen. After one of those drives I really wasnt feeling well, and at first we thought it was the flu. My mom rushed me to the emergency room, and we found out I was in diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA). After getting my blood sugar tested, my doctors quickly treated me. My high blood sugar level combined with my other symptoms of frequent urination and weight loss, as well as other blood tests confirmed the diagnosis of type 1 diabetes. After that, I was moved to Texas Childrens Hospital for 2 weeks. The staff at Texas Childrens was amazing! They taught me and my family so much about how to live with and manage type 1 diabetes. Most importantly, I learned I can lead a healthy and normal life, which I am so grateful for to this day. In what ways did your diabetes impact you as a tween/teen? How does it impact you now as an adult? RaeLynn: During my teenage years, I Continue reading >>

Raelynn And Diabetes: Getting To Know You

Raelynn And Diabetes: Getting To Know You

RaeLynn and Diabetes: Getting to Know You (RaeLynn. Image courtesy of Debby Wong / Shutterstock.com) From finishing third on The Voice in 2012 to seeing her second single God Made Girls go gold in 2014, garnering two CMT Music Award nominations, touring with Miranda Lambert and Rascal Flatts, and releasing her single Love Triangle in July 2016, country singer RaeLynn moves at a hectic pace. But despite her busy lifestyle, RaeLynn, 23, takes time to manage her Type 1 diabetes, which she has done since her diagnosis at age 12, the same age at which she discovered her love of country music. This past summer, she joined Novo Nordisks Patient Ambassador Education Program, taking part in community and educational events around the country on behalf of Novo Nordisk. Having just wrapped up a two-month U.S. tour with her Voice coach and mentor Blake Shelton, RaeLynn spoke to Diabetes Self-Management about her passion for both country music and helping others with diabetes. DSM: You were diagnosed at age12, the same year you discovered al ove for country music. Coincidence, or are they somehow intertwined? RaeLynn: I grew up with music always a part of my life. Everyone in my family can sing. When I was diagnosed at 12, for sure it was kind of a scary thing. When you are told you have to take a shot every day, you think the world has ended. But I was taught that it was totally manageable, that I could handle it and still live out my dreams. My parents wanted me to be able to take care of myself. I went to nutrition classes the biggest adjustment was going from eating sugar to eating sugar free. If there ever is a right time, now is the time to have diabetes. There are so many recipes, ways to manage it, apps to track food, etc., its absolutely incredible. DSM: How did your diagn Continue reading >>

Despite Challenges, Raelynn, Eric Paslay And Other Stars Don't Let Type 1 Diabetes Limit Their Dreams

Despite Challenges, Raelynn, Eric Paslay And Other Stars Don't Let Type 1 Diabetes Limit Their Dreams

Despite Challenges, RaeLynn, Eric Paslay and Other Stars Don't Let Type 1 Diabetes Limit Their Dreams Every once in a while during an Eric Paslay concert, you might see him grab a cup onstage and take a swig. His fans often go wild, thinking hes getting liquored up. In truth, the cup contains orange juice, and Paslay, who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes (an autoimmune condition also known as juvenile diabetes) at age 10, is drinking it because he feels his blood sugar dropping. Ditto for RaeLynn. Diagnosed with the disease at 12, she also keeps juice onstage for the same purpose. Those stars, along with such others as Nick Jonas, Bret Michaels and American Idol alum Crystal Bowersox, have leaned how to manage their disease while still enjoying successful touring and recording careers. RaeLynn discovered her illness the hard way as a pre-teen when a chemical imbalance from a sustained period of high blood sugar caused a potentially fatal condition called diabetic ketoacidosis and her organs began to shut down. I was 15 minutes from dying, she recalls. I was so scared. I didnt know what was happening to me. (In people with Type 1 diabetes, the body attacks the pancreatic cells that produce insulin.) As a teen, she found herself so embarrassed by the disease that she refused to take good care of herself. Today, shes hoping speaking out about it can change how other children and teens view their illness and empower them to take control of it. Paslay and Bowersox echo that feeling and are likewise sharing their stories. All three say a life on the road, coupled with an often erratic schedule, means they have to put a little more thought and effort into staying healthy by watching what they eat, monitoring their blood sugar levels and making sure they get adequate sleep a Continue reading >>

Raelynn Says Flight Attendant Harassed Her Over Diabetes Service Dog

Raelynn Says Flight Attendant Harassed Her Over Diabetes Service Dog

Queens Dont singer RaeLynn had a bumpy flight to Maryland on Sunday (April 9), but itwasnt turbulence that left her unsettled. The Texan tells Taste of Countrythat she was repeatedly harassed by anAmerican Airlines flight attendant about her service dog, Jazz an encounter she also posted about on social media . I have never filed a complaint about anything, RaeLynninsists with a chuckle,speaking to us just after a fitting for her ACM Awards dress. I mean, I dont even complain about food in restaurants. Ive just never been like that. But I just couldnt stay silent about this. RaeLynn has Type 1 Diabetes she was actually traveling to a conference to speak on it and had her 85-pound German Shepherd in tow. Jazz is mytherapydog, and for years he has been by my side and traveling all over the country, she explains. In terms of my diabetes, he is there to detect when my sugar levels arent right. He goes everywhere with me. Shes flown with him before, but has never faced the kind of disrespect she says she and Jazz were met with on her April 9 flight. Ive never had a minute of trouble. Jazz is trained to know how to lay under the seat of an airplane, she explains, But this airplane was a small regional plane, and before we even took off, the attendant came up to me and told me that I needed to get the dog completely under the seat for take off.Jazz immediately started crying as I tried to fit him completely under the seat. I mean, if there had been turbulence, he would have been hurt. Once in the air, RaeLynn says the harassment from the flight attendant only continued. I did my best to keep (Jazz) there but the flight attendant continued to come to me telling me that I wasnt being compliant, the country singer furthers. I probably heard that wordfive-thousand times. She then Continue reading >>

Country Singer Raelynn Talks Diabetes

Country Singer Raelynn Talks Diabetes

There must be something in the air when it comes to country singers and songwriters with diabetes... That is, we seem to have a plethora of them in our pancreatically-challenged community, including young country star RaeLynn , who's been living with T1D for 10 years now. The Texas native, whose real name is Racheal Lynn Woodward, made her debut on the TV competition show The Voice in 2012. She was actually cut in the quarter-finals, but she stayed in touch with her mentor, country music legend Blake Shelton, and is now a 22-year-old with a burgeoning musical career, signing on to a huge music label and refining her style. She's also stepping into a diabetes advocacy role by becoming a patient ambassador for Novo Nordisk and helping promote a new T1D book series co-created by Novo and JDRF. Those announcements came in conjunction with the recent Friends For Life conference in Orlando earlier this month, where RaeLynn performed -- along with a number of other country music stars who are also living with type 1. We saw RaeLynn at FFL but didn't have a chance to chat there, so we appreciate her taking the time recently to talk by phone about her diabetes story and all she has in the works on the music front. DM) Thanks for taking the time, RaeLynn! Can you start by telling us about how diabetes came into your life? RL) I was diagnosed when I was 12 years old, and didnt know much at the time what was going on. At first I was sick and thought I had the flu but I came to find out I was in DKA and my mom ended up rushing me to the hospital, where I was diagnosed. When you tell any 12-year-old they have to take a shot everyday and poke their finger all the time... well, I thought my life was over. But luckily that wasnt the case. How was it like going through those crazy teen Continue reading >>

Raelynn: Everything But Insecure

Raelynn: Everything But Insecure

The WildHorse artist sat down with Beyond Type 1 to talk about her career, her relationships, her life with diabetes and everything in between. RaeLynn is making her mark on the diabetes world as a Novo Nordisk Patient Ambassador, and she started her own initiative to give back to the community through The RaeLynn Diabetes Fund. With her album topping the Billboard country charts this year (Insecure is track number five on WildHorse) and her tour adding more dates, RaeLynn is constantly building on her public presence that began on The Voice. Sheshared with us how she balances life on the road with everything else and the role her support system plays in it all. BT1: Youve spoken a lot in recent interviews about Josh, your husband. Can you tell us what its like sharing your diabetes with him and also what its been like since hes been traveling often since joining the military? RL: Probably one of the most difficult things that Ive had to deal with while having Type 1 diabetes is the whole dating process because when youre young, you [tend to be] insecure about taking shots in front of a person that you have a crush on. I remember the first time me and Josh were eating at Panera, and I got broccoli cheddar soup in a bread bowl. I pulled out my stuff and he was like, What the heck are you about to do? And I was like, I gotta take a shot ! A couple weeks before that, [I thought], The next guy Im dating, Im just gonna lay it all out there and take my shot in front of him. He was so amazed. He said, I realized right then how strong you were because you were so confident about having to check your blood sugar and having to take a shot. It was just so second-nature to you. I would have been so freaked out by it. Thats probably why hes my husband now. Hes the one that convince Continue reading >>

'the Voice' Contestant Raelynn To Talk About Living With Diabetes At Salisbury Event

'the Voice' Contestant Raelynn To Talk About Living With Diabetes At Salisbury Event

'The Voice' contestant Raelynn to talk about living with diabetes at Salisbury event Ben Penserga , [email protected] Published 6:00 a.m. ET April 6, 2018 | Updated 2:27 p.m. ET April 7, 2018 Although it doesnt happen very often in the South, country singers in Nashville, including Mickey Guyton, RaeLynn and Margo Price, reflect on what they like to do when snowed in at home or while on tour. (May 19) AP Country singer Raelynn will come to Salisbury to talk about living with diabetes, at Peninsula Regional Medical Center on April 9, 2018. (Photo: Image courtesy Cohn & Wolfe/Katie Kauss) CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN 1 COMMENTEMAILMORE Country singer Raelynn dealt with some big challenges in her life even before she was a contest on the NBC show, "The Voice." The 23-year-old Texas native was diagnosed withType 1 diabetes as a child and continues to juggle that aspect of her life,even as her music career has blossomed. On Monday, April 9, Raelynn will bring her message of living well with diabetes to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury, at a special diabetes awareness event in the Hallowell Conference Center. The event begins at 5:30 p.m. with exhibits from companies involved in diabetes care and services. RaeLynn will speak at 7p.m. on her personal diabetes journey. Coming to Delmarva courtesy of Novo Nordisk, a global health care company dedicated to diabetes care, RaeLynns mission is to raise awareness of the importance of properly managing blood sugar levels. Before that appearance, she talked to DelmarvaNow.com about living with Type 1 diabetes. You obviously have a personal connection to diabetes. Can you talk about when you were diagnosed, adjusting to that and how it affects your life today? When I was about 12 years old, my mom and I would travel from Continue reading >>

People To Know 2017: Raelynn

People To Know 2017: Raelynn

Back in the early 90s, when I was hosting a celebrity NASCAR event to raise money for diabetes research, a fan asking for my autograph struck up a conversation about diabetes. That short interaction eventually led to the founding of a Vanderbilt University research chair to fund and support diabetes science. The connection musicians make with fans is importantdoubly so if you have diabetes, like I do. Thats why I admire RaeLynn, the country singer who appeared on The Voice in 2012 and has been on a steady ascent ever since. Diagnosed with type 1 as a 12-year-old, she sees her mission as equal parts singer-songwriter and diabetes ambassador. There are days Im upset I have itsome days I wish I could have a piece of cake and not check my sugar five timesbut Im so thankful God gave me a disease that I can handle and that I can be a voice for, says the 23-year-old, whose first album, WildHorse, debuted at No. 1 on Billboards Top Country Albums. Everybody is unique in their own way and this is something that makes me unique and gives a different edge to my story. To be able to inspire a young girl or boy who has type 1 diabetes and let them know that this doesnt hinder you from pursuing your dreamsto be that voice is the coolest thing in the world. She started a nonprofit, the RaeLynn Diabetes Foundation, to fund projects such as a program at Texas Childrens Diabetes Center geared to teaching young adults how to manage their diabetes. Part of that, of course, includes educating the people in your life about your diabetes. (For her, that includes new husband Josh Davis and mentor Blake Shelton.) I knew Josh was the one when he wanted to give me a shot at 18 years old, she says. But hes a worry wart. Hes not the only one. When Im on the road with Blake hell ask, Have you check Continue reading >>

Country Music Singer Raelynn Claims American Airlines Flight Attendant Harassed Her Over Diabetes Service Dog

Country Music Singer Raelynn Claims American Airlines Flight Attendant Harassed Her Over Diabetes Service Dog

Country music singer RaeLynn claims American Airlines flight attendant harassed her over diabetes service dog RaeLynn claimed she was repeatedly harassed by an American Airlines flight attendant for flying with her 85-pound service dog. (Reuters/iStock) Country music singer RaeLynn is claiming an American Airlines flight attendant harassed her and her service dog aboard a Sunday flight from North Carolina to Maryland. The Queens Dont singer, who has Type 1 Diabetes, was traveling to a conference to speak about the disease, when she said she was repeatedly harassed on board about her 85-pound German Shepherd service dog, Jazz. EMOTIONAL SUPPORT DOG ON SOUTHWEST FLIGHT INJURES CHILD, FURTHER FUELING DEBATE OVER AIRLINE RULES Worst experience with my service dog for my Type 1 Diabetes today on @americanair flight #4831. Harassed by the flight Attendant for the entire flight, RaeLynn wrote on Twitter. Worst experience with my service dog for my Type 1 Diabetes today on @americanair flight #4831. Harassed by the flight Attendant for the entire flight. #ada #servicedogs The 23-year-old told Taste of Country that she travels everywhere with Jazz, who is there to detect when [her] sugar levels arent right, and has never experienced any problems with flight crew. Ive never had a minute of trouble. Jazz is trained to know how to lay under the seat of an airplane," she explains to the publication, "But this airplane was a small regional plane, and before we even took off, the attendant came up to me and told me that I needed to get the dog completely under the seat for take off.Jazz immediately started crying as I tried to fit him completely under the seat. I mean, if there had been turbulence, he would have been hurt." RaeLynn said the flight attendant continued to come up to he Continue reading >>

Country Music Star Says She Was Harassed For Diabetic Service Dog

Country Music Star Says She Was Harassed For Diabetic Service Dog

Country Music Star Says She Was Harassed for Diabetic Service Dog RaeLynn was on her way to a diabetes conference when she encountered a suspicious flight attendant. Country music star RaeLynn says she is not one for complaining, but she cant stay silent about a recent incident on an American Airlines flight. The singer claims that a flight attendant harassed her about her diabetic service dog, Jazz. On Sunday, April 9, 2018, RaeLynn flew from North Carolina to Maryland for a conference on diabetes. She was accompanied by her 85-pound dog, who has been on her side and traveling with her all over the United States. She explained to Taste of Country, He goes everywhere with me. The dog is trained to lay under the seat of an airplane, and he did just this on the flight in question. But because it was a regional flight, the plane was very small, and the dog did not fit fully under the seat. RaeLynn claims that the flight attendant demanded that the dog be completely under the seat during takeoff. Not only was this impossible, the singer says, it would have been unsafe: if there had been turbulence, he would have been hurt. She did her best to accommodate the request, even after the plane was cruising at altitude. According to her, the flight attendant audibly complained about her non-compliance throughout the entire flight and also questioned whether or not the dog was truly a service dog. As the plane approached the destination, the flight attendant told RaeLynn that the dog was going to prevent the plane from landing. It was no way to treat a dog, much less a service dog, and it certainly wasnt right to treat a passenger like that either, the singer said. RaeLynn posted about the incident on Twitter and Instagram after landing. The airline later reached out to her to say Continue reading >>

Singer Raelynn On Managing Diabetes With Life On Road

Singer Raelynn On Managing Diabetes With Life On Road

The Love Triangle artist RaeLynn was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes aged 12 She was rushed to hospital suffering life-threatening diabetic ketoacidosis The complication occurs when the body starts running out of insulin She admits that she 'faltered a bit' in her diabetes management as a teenager But she now leads a healthy lifestyle and is speaking out to inspire others Country artist RaeLynn has spoken out about living with diabetes to inspire others with the condition. The former Voice semi-finalist has revealed she was diagnosed with the type 1 form at 12 years old. Because the disease causes the body to not produce any insulin, the 22-year-old has regular shots of the hormone to keep her glucose levels normal. The Love Triangle singer admits that she 'faltered a bit' in herdiabetes management as a teenager but now leads a healthy lifestyle. She wants others to know that having the condition doesn't stop you from living a full life. 'I wasnt checking my blood sugar enough, didnt take care of myself, and was always tired,' she told Diabetes Daily . Country artist RaeLynn has revealed she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes at 12 The 22-year-old - pictured with husband Joshua - says the condition is manageable The pint-sized Texan - who married her longtime love Joshua Davis last year - says feeling sick shocked her into action and she now follows her doctor's care plan and adapted her lifestyle. 'I learned I can lead a healthy and normal life, and diabetes doesnt stop me from living my dreams.' She says she is in fact grateful that her diagnosis has taught her how to live a healthy lifestyle. RaeLynn told the website that she began suffering symptoms such as weight loss and needing to frequently use the toilet - which she says her family thought was normal for a pret Continue reading >>

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