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Book Review: Reverse Parkinson's Disease

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2016/06/book-review-reverse-parkinsons-disease/

John Pepper is one of us. Maybe. Diagnosed in 1992, he had had almost twenty years of experience with Parkinson’s by the time he published Reverse Parkinson’s Disease in 2011. He speaks, then, with a …
June 20, 2016

Book Review: Everybody Has a Window and Aisle Seat

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2017/02/book-review-everybody-has-a-window-aisle-seat/

The first question a prospective reader will want answered about this book is what its title means. Mary Huston McLendon seems to believe that it is better to choose the window seat on the journey wit…
February 17, 2017

Book Review: Dealing and Healing with Parkinson's Disease and Other Health Conditions

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Long noted and well-respected voices in the Parkinson’s community, Karl and Angela Robb have applied their many years of knowledge and insight into creating a companion workbook for Karl’s successful …
March 13, 2017

Book Review: Nan Little

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Nan Little’s name will be familiar to many as the driving force behind the local Pedaling for Parkinson’s program. She has been a frequent speaker at support groups and conferences. She has a doctorat…
September 06, 2016

Book review: On My Own

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Content Warning: Personal account of Voluntary Stop Eating and Drinking (VSED) and losing a spouse to Parkinson's [This] is a realistic book that many who have Parkinson’s or who love someone with …
April 15, 2016

Book Review: Natural Therapies for Parkinson's Disease

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In Natural Therapies for Parkinson’s Disease, Dr. Mischley calls for the integration of the conventional approach to Parkinson’s — involving carbidopa-levadopa, agonists, and other pharmaceuticals — w…
August 08, 2016

Book Review: If I Can Climb Kilimanjaro, Why Can't I Brush My Teeth?

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2015/09/book-review-if-i-can-climb-kilimanjaro,-why-cant-i-brush-my-teeth/

Nan Little's new book, If I Can Climb MT. Kilimanjaro, why can’t I brush my teeth? Courage, Tenacity & Love Meet Parkinson’s Disease, proves that an indomitable spirit can accomplish the unthinkable a…
September 21, 2015

Book Review: Navigating Life with Parkinson's Disease

https://nwpf.org/stay-informed/blog/2015/11/book-review-navigating-life-with-parkinsons-disease/

The nautical title of Navigating Life with Parkinson Disease is fitting. To be told that we have Parkinson’s or to find ourselves caring for or about someone who has Parkinson’s is to embark on a jour…
November 20, 2015

Book Review: Aging in the Key of Humor

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His back hurts. His memory is slipping. He can’t cook, but then he never could. Igloo-making is no longer one of his diversions. The wit is sharp, quick as ever, but now he’s prone to … what’s the wor…
May 20, 2016

Book Review: The Perapatetic Pursuit of Parkinson Disease

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It is always good to hear about Parkinson’s from the people who know it best — the men and women who have the disease. The Peripatetic Pursuit of Parkinson Disease gives us a welcome window into the l…
October 04, 2016

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