When the clouds part and the sun comes out, there is a rainbow. As basic
Reiki and Parkinson’s Disease
Over a decade ago, I had the good fortune of meeting my current Reiki teacher. When he
introduced me to Reiki, I thought it to be pure quackery, but I had nothing to lose in keeping an open-mind.
Picture Of The Week-PD Awareness Tulips
Bring About PD Awareness! April is Parkinson’s disease awareness month and it is time to
Picture Of The Week – Blossoms
I think Winter is finally over and that Sping is here for a few weeks.
10 Tips For Better Living With Parkinson’s Disease (PD)(and maybe some other chronic illnesses)
10 TIPS FOR BETTER LIVING WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE (PD)(AND MAYBE SOME OTHER CHRONIC ILLNESSES)
Picture Of The Week –Sunset #1
I am constantly amazed at the beauty of the rising and setting of our sun. I
Picture Of The Week–Spring Is Near!
Blossoms of Spring! I love Spring! The bright skies and the moderate temperatures make for
Parkinson’s Action Network (PAN) Meets in DC
Next Monday, hundreds of the United States’ most dynamic and involved advocates for the rights
Picture Of The Week-Perspective
There is a distinct and simple beauty that surrounds us all. Even in the largest
New Development On Fruits!
A new release on the benefits of fruits and flavonoids is out and medical researchers are
Banyan Tree Photo
The Banyan tree is a majestic and inspiring tree made up of numerous individual offshoots
An Open Mind May Lead To Healing
Parkinson’s Disease is a designer disease without any glamour or style. Unique to each owner
Picture of the Week – Ice’s Beauty
Ice has a sheen and majesty like no other. Cold, yet strong and mesmerizing, ice
Picture Of The Week-Snow Meditation
A Peaceful and Calming Image of Winter As much as the gray of Winter and
Giving Thanks in 2010
As another Thanksgiving nears and I am forced to realize that this holiday differs from
Is HBO Making Early Onset Parkinson’s Disease A Prime Time Topic?
In the event that you may have missed the return of HBO’s riveting series, In
It Wasn’t On The Box!
What do you know about the food you had for lunch yesterday or the pizza
Michael J. Fox Interview w/ Sanjay Gupta Was Excellent!
If you missed it, there are portions from last night’s inspirational interview with Michael J.
My Zelapar Follow Up
To my few but loyal followers, I apologize for the brief hiatus that I have
More Helpful Apps For Parkinson’s Patients
More Helpful Apps For Parkinson’s Patients As a self-proclaimed APP addict, I am discovering the
Is there a Parkinson’s profile?
More Apps for Parkinson’s coming soon! Is there a profile for the person who gets
Apps To Help Parkinson’s Disease?
PD Apps A good App should make your life easier, educate, entertain, inform, or enlighten.
A Danger In Profiling
Is Profiling Really Right? I am worried! I’ll tell you why. The Transportation Security Agency
Know The Risks
I’m concerned when I hear of drug companies and medical procedures that claim that their
Potential Cures May Be Coming
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.
Go Back For Seconds!
I called my Neurologist to get a referral for a Cardiologist with some understanding of PD, PD meds, and the heart.
Picking Your Doctors
Here are 5 things to consider when picking your doctors if you have Parkinson’s disease.
Don’t Expect Everyone To Understand Parkinson’s!
We expect our loved ones, friends, associates, and colleagues to understand our struggle with this difficult ailment. Rarely, if ever, do two PD patients share the exact same symptoms as the other.