It’s time. 2016 has run its course, so it is time for me to choose #OneWord to guide my business and personal choices in 2017. Last year’s word was Outsource, and I am happy to pronounce it a success! This year promises many changes. I have options, and tough decisions are expected to demand my attention. […]
Float like a butterfly, Parkinson’s free! Rest In Peace … Mohammed Ali 1942 – 2016
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Happy New Year!! The 2015 holiday season came to a brilliant close at midnight this morning. It is customary for some folks to try to improve their lives by making New Year’s Resolutions. I am not one of those people. I never seemed to stick to resolutions, so I saw no point in even trying to […]
I’m back! It’s been a few months since I published a new blog post. I’ve been happily busy with my Year of Do project, and one topic that has been much on my mind is the function of the uvula. Thanks to Twitter, I’ve recently run across a You Tube video that explains it! Go ahead; […]
by Cyndee Williams Bowen, MS, CCC-SLP April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness Month. This contribution to the Research Tuesday project explores the nature of memory deficits experienced by people with PD. Citation Chiaravalloti ND, Ibarretxe -Bilbao N, DeLuca J, Rusu, O, Pena J, Garcia-7Gorostiaga I, Ojeda N. The source of the memory impairment in Parkinson’s disease: […]
Originally posted on Living Well with Parkinsons Disease:
By Sheryl Jedlinski By the time my doctor sent me to the hospital emergency room (ER) for a chest x-ray and an evaluation, I had a persistent fever, a horrible cough, and was wheezing so badly it was audible without a stethoscope. This was after three days…