Michael J. Fox Foundation

Never be afraid to ever say, "I have no idea what you're going through." Try to be someone's perception of light, in an all too often misconceived dim world.
he next Monday, another photo popped up and I was sure it was a joke. But it wasn't. Two holes in one, two weeks in a row. And he's had Parkinson's Disease since 2006.
We can't help but be a little grateful that his fame is shining a spotlight on the very real but little discussed aspects of Parkinson's. Yet it brings into focus that the disease is more than just what we publicly acknowledge: tremors, rigidity, trouble walking and a host of other motor skills problems.
When you are using a challenge-based event to tap into the power of third party fundraising, you are unleashing the extremely powerful force of motivated individuals, all of whom have a network of motivated individuals that they can tap into as well.
Life often presents challenges and roadblocks that can seem insurmountable.  In fact they are all impossible until they are overcome.   All our goals at one time were beyond us, unattainable until we achieved them.
According to Kulreet Chaudhary, M.D., the optimal response to Parkinson's disease is adopting an attitude of "life improvement" instead of disease management.
At his San Francisco restaurant Incanto, Cosentino serves dishes like lamb's tongue, pig's feet and lardo to a full reservation
PHOTOS (all via Getty): Check out photos of the event below, as well as the original scene. To learn more about The Michael
David Einhorn must have a pretty strong poker face. Before he was the New York Mets minority owner, Einhorn donated the $660,000
Since publicly revealing his battle with Parkinsons Disease in 1998, Michael J. Fox has been a tireless advocate for research