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"Pete will be the first to describe how he has (and hasn't) changed over the course of living with Parkinson's. He does so, brilliantly, in his latest book: "Parkinson Pete on Living and Dying with Pa…
January 25, 2021
A new community can be affirming—and alienating. Especially when it revolves around a neurodegenerative disease.
Brian Harris is familiar with community engagement. He’s still getting to know Parkins…
April 19, 2018
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
Parkinson’s has no scruples. It doesn’t play fair. It hits below the belt. It has no use for the Marquis of Queensbury Rules nor the finer points of dueling etiquette.
What if instead of framing our s…
September 24, 2018
So you didn't know that there is an official holiday for Parkinson's? Yeah, it’s Halloween (rim shot, or spooky groan, your call).
Halloween is the time of year we set aside to recognize the importanc…
October 31, 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
From her kitchen and her pen, Terry shares with us a few ways through winter: "When the weather turns damp and blustery, my thoughts inevitably turn to the joys of comfort food." Read more for her cel…
January 09, 2019
Tired of the same old thing for dinner? Looking for something really different? Well, look no further. Tuesday with Terry to the rescue!
February 26, 2019
Sailor and Debbie didn't totally relate to their peers - until the two became coworkers. "I had never met anyone else around my age who had a parent with Parkinson’s, let alone a parent who was about…
March 08, 2019