Support groups are just a place for people to commiserate and belly ache, or at
Why can’t we have a more progressive healthcare and insurance system that rewards proper nutrition and self-care with lower doctor bills and reduced insurance rates?
I am constantly amazed at the beauty of the rising and setting of our sun. I
Next Monday, hundreds of the United States’ most dynamic and involved advocates for the rights
A new release on the benefits of fruits and flavonoids is out and medical researchers are
Parkinson’s Disease is a designer disease without any glamour or style. Unique to each owner
There is little doubt that human touch is of benefit to our well-being. When I
To my few but loyal followers, I apologize for the brief hiatus that I have
More Helpful Apps For Parkinson’s Patients As a self-proclaimed APP addict, I am discovering the
More Apps for Parkinson’s coming soon! Is there a profile for the person who gets
PD Apps A good App should make your life easier, educate, entertain, inform, or enlighten.
This posting, while it may appear to be a departure from my usual rant on
Oil Spills, Terrorism, Earthquakes, Tragedy, Mudslides, Injustice, Hate, Cruelty, Death, and Destruction! This is what makes
Is Profiling Really Right? I am worried! I’ll tell you why. The Transportation Security Agency
I’m concerned when I hear of drug companies and medical procedures that claim that their
Parkinson’s Disease Puts Your Life In Perspective This month is Parkinson’s Awareness Month! I will
By Karl Robb Before you read this you need to know that I believe as
Last December, my business, http://www.truetip.com, sent out what I thought was a cheerful and well-intentioned
As a long-time vegetarian, I find it laughable when vegetarians tell me that “A little
American innovation is what made this country a world leader. I am an inventor. I have Parkinson’s Disease. It’s a disease that I have battled and lived with for over 20 years.
It’s a dilemma facing many of my friends with Parkinson’s–when should I have Deep Brain
I called my Neurologist to get a referral for a Cardiologist with some understanding of PD, PD meds, and the heart.
Selecting your general practitioner and neurologist are 2 of the most important decisions that you
When I was first diagnosed at the age of 23, I have to admit, the