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  • Home Care Plan for Parkinson’s Disease April is Parkinson’s disease Awareness Month. Amid the events happening all around us, it is important to stay focused on our health and well-being. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive nervous system disorder that affects movement, speech, and finally the ability to care ... Continue Reading
  • Exercises for Parkinson’s Disease Regular exercise is a critical component of healthy living, and for people with Parkinson’s disease, it takes on an even greater level of importance. Parkinson’s disease causes problems with flexibility and balance, which can make activities of daily living more difficult. ... Continue Reading
  • Early Signs of Parkinson’s Disease Michael J. Fox is one of the more famous individuals with Parkinson’s Disease that affects nearly 1 million adults living in the United States. Perhaps the worst part of the disease is that, according to the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation (PDF), it is classified as both ... Continue Reading
  • Parkinson’s Disease: Differences Between Young Onset & Later Years Before Michael J. Fox was diagnosed, not many people thought of Parkinson’s as a young person’s disease. Although the average age of a Parkinson’s diagnosis is 62, even teenagers can become afflicted. For people under 50, this is a special diagnosis called young-onset ... Continue Reading
  • Athletes of All Ages Aren’t Letting Parkinson’s Stop Them If your hobbies include sports and athleticism, it may feel as though there are few fates worse than Parkinson’s. But even though there’s currently no cure, that doesn’t mean there is no hope. With the right attitude and the right treatment, it’s possible to enjoy a ... Continue Reading
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