parkinson's

The gem is "Waltz Across Texas Tonight," written by Harris and Rodney Crowell. Harris takes the lead and the harmonies are
As I sit here staring at my legs, all I see are shades of blue, purple, maroon, brown and even black. I have bruising running
What do frat parties, philly cheese steaks and paper cuts have in common? This is neither a joke nor a rhetorical question
Not always will there be a Rick who proves the width of your reach. More often than not, your actions and words will be silently
These outward displays of strength and grit are aptly called "ninjuries," and are worn as a badge of honor!
The software platform will include sensors and machine learning capabilities that can record data from movement, as well
I call it the shakeys. My Dad has it, too. He never bothered naming it or getting diagnosed with it, and I was almost 40 before I stumbled on a magazine ad (in a March issue, of course) which made me say, loudly and out loud, "That's it!" in the waiting room of a doctor's office, the only place I ever read magazines.
Taking a few pills a day are hardly irritating. Even though I live around my meds. I read about people with real problems and I am humbled each day. I am in stage one of early onset Parkinson's disease.
Millions of people are incurably ill, and yet we do not join together. Separately, we cannot insist on greater funding; we cannot not demand that existing funds be used more efficiently, to speed up the discovery of cures.