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On my first visit to see my neurologist several years ago, much to my surprise, I was asked if I struggled with depression. I answered no. My doctor proceeded to tell me that depression is one of the…
September 06, 2017
Débora Luiz is a full-time student and aspiring neuropsychologist. She also has a dad with Parkinson's.
April 30, 2018
“Today there are no medicines that can slow or halt the degenerative progress of Parkinson’s disease so this remains a large area of unmet medical need,” Mene Pangalos, AstraZeneca’s executive vice pr…
September 05, 2017
The following is an excerpt from the book Alter The Course. Newly Diagnosed Parkinson's disease.
Parkinson’s disease is an unexpected- and unwanted- twist and turn in your life journey. Like any journ…
March 20, 2018
At first glance, dancing the tango and Parkinson’s seem like an unlikely pair. Gabriela Condrea, founder of TangoStride™, a tango dance program created for those with mobility issues like multiple scl…
April 23, 2018
The role of a caregiver can vary widely from person to person, patient to patient - and the two books we'll be covering in this week's column exemplify that to a T.
March 04, 2016
The great LIFE photographer Margaret Bourke-White was in Tokyo in 1952 when she first discovered that, in the middle of a physically demanding photojournalistic career, the dull pain in her left leg w…
June 01, 2017
Having Parkinson's doesn't come without its own life lessons of gratitude, patience, and humility.
May 09, 2018
What goes up must come down. How do we live with the laws of gravity - and Parkinson's? Cartoonist and author Peter Dunlap-Shohl shares some ideas.
June 11, 2018
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