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For many, a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease spells the end of new things and the beginning of a series of losses. But for Tony Swartz-Lloyd, of Chestnut Hill, Parkinson's disease led him to a new hob…
August 15, 2016
Seattle is a rapidly changing city; living with Parkinson's can provide a unique perspective on urban nuances. In light of this, a long-time resident of Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, Terry Harrigan,…
June 27, 2018
After Don was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, a chronic and progressive movement disorder, in his 40’s, Maura found herself feeling helpless in the face of his degenerative disease’s affects. So s…
May 28, 2015
A serial about two artists with incurable neurological disease sharing fear, frustration and friendship as they push to complete the most rewarding creative work of their careers.
October 12, 2015
A brother, two sisters, and their community—together, the Hankens raise awareness of Parkinson's.
May 08, 2018
"When you have to slow down, take advantage of it," Terry Harrigan writes in this guide to picnicking with Parkinson's.
"Picnic! The word conjures up happy memories of al fresco noshing with friends a…
July 20, 2018
Diagnosed at age 48 while still living in California, Wherry was active and involved in his children's parenting. His two eldest, Carl and Jessica, now 40 and 38, grew up with a dad who was always aro…
July 12, 2015
In this review of Brain H. Peterson's "I Give My Eyes", Parkinson's Pete focuses on the author's eloquent and frank writing of his experience with Parkinson's.
June 22, 2018
An interview with Carlton Langdon: father, veteran, and support group leader of the American Lake VA for vets with Parkinson's.
July 09, 2018
Uppercut - jab - hook! Peter Dunlap-Shohl has found a new side to himself: boxer. He describes the mental and physical experiences of his boxing therapy for Parkinson's, as well as the research that b…
December 03, 2018