Books, Laughter and Exercise

I love to read a good book.  I have had the opportunity to read two very different books in the last few weeks by authors who have Parkinsons's.  At the World Parkinson Congress, I was fortunate to hear author Alice Lazzarini talk about her book Both Sides Now: A Journey from Researcher to Patient.  Her story …

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Goodbye Parkinson’s, Hello Life!

...we’re going to learn how to feel good, we’re going to learn about our body’s rhythm and patterns, and pay attention to our body language and our facial expressions. By changing our script and eliminating our behavior of fear, we can bring ourselves back to a place where our natural movements dominate our Parkinson’s movements. …

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Book Review: Brain Storms

I have been listening to books on Audible for a while now, usually when I am walking or driving.  Few have kept my interest like Jon Palfreman's new book Brain Storms, The Race to Unlock the Mysteries of Parkinson's Disease.  Unlike other audiobooks, I rarely had to back track to find out what I missed …

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Book Review: Livin’ La Levadopa

Your journey begins now in finding your rainbows behind the storm known as Parkinson's Disease Maria De Leon, MD I met Maria de Leon last month at the Women & Parkinson's Initiative Conference sponsored by Parkinson's Diva was recently published and is a must read for every woman with Parkinson's. Maria de Leon, MD, was …

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