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Brain disconnections may contribute to Parkinson's hallucinations

Wednesday October 18, 2017

Researchers have found that disconnections of brain areas involved in attention and visual processing may contribute to visual hallucinations in individuals with Parkinson's disease, according to a new study published online in the journal Radiology. The disconnected brain areas seen on functional MRI (fMRI) may be valuable in predicting the development of visual hallucinations in patients with Parkinson's disease.

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Fighting Parkinson's disease through dance

Wednesday October 18, 2017

By using music, movement, artistry and grace Dance for Parkinson's helps those suffering from the disease see improvements in their day to day lives.

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Parkinson's Pain by Proxy

Tuesday October 17, 2017

There is a moment familiar to most of you who have had Parkinson’s Disease for awhile. It’s the increment of time between the failure of every frantic effort you could make to avoid a fall, and the impact. It’s when you see the floor rising up to meet your accelerating mass, with nothing you can do to stop it. A moment that is given over to the message “This is going to hurt.” The only questions are how much, and how long.

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Autoimmune Diseases

Monday September 25, 2017

Full disclosure: I am not a doctor, nurse, therapist or any type of medical professional. I do, however, live with a chronic (it’s never going away) and progressive (it’s going to get worse) disease: Parkinson’s. What I am about to share comes from personal experience, medical research, media and other reference material. Any errors of fact or conclusion are mine.

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Taboo Topics: Medical Marijuana and Parkinson's

Tuesday October 25, 2016

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The Parkinson's PostMore Issues

Parkinson's Post, Summer 2016

  • Bicycle, Bicycle (Active Parkinson's Group)
  • Welcoming the Inland Empire
  • Being an Artist with Parkinson's
  • Change is Possible
  • A Carepartner's Thoughts on HOPE
  • Book Review - Old Age: A Beginner's Guide
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The Parkinson's Life (You Should Be So Lucky)
08/14/2017
I know, I know it’s a counter intuitive title and for some, it may be right off putting. But recently, I’ve been reminded again that within every cloud there is that sliver of a silver lining. Read More

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