As another Thanksgiving nears and I am forced to realize that this holiday differs from
Ice has a sheen and majesty like no other. Cold, yet strong and mesmerizing, ice
If you missed it, there are portions from last night’s inspirational interview with Michael J.
The Banyan tree is a majestic and inspiring tree made up of numerous individual offshoots
Blossoms of Spring! I love Spring! The bright skies and the moderate temperatures make for
A Peaceful and Calming Image of Winter As much as the gray of Winter and
More Apps for Parkinson’s coming soon! Is there a profile for the person who gets
Happy New Year! With the New Year comes the opportunity for a fresh start and an
What do you know about the food you had for lunch yesterday or the pizza
Parkinson’s Disease Puts Your Life In Perspective This month is Parkinson’s Awareness Month! I will
This posting, while it may appear to be a departure from my usual rant on
More Helpful Apps For Parkinson’s Patients As a self-proclaimed APP addict, I am discovering the
To my few but loyal followers, I apologize for the brief hiatus that I have
By Karl Robb Before you read this you need to know that I believe as
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
Whether you see time as a naturally occurring force, a convention of man, or just
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
Selecting your general practitioner and neurologist are 2 of the most important decisions that you
Learn about Karl Robb Parkinson’s Disease advocate and writer of ASoftVoice.com blog and author of two Parkinson’s Disease books.
When I was first diagnosed at the age of 23, I have to admit, the
I called my Neurologist to get a referral for a Cardiologist with some understanding of PD, PD meds, and the heart.