The Shaky Times

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December 2017 PNMD Newsletter

Carol Fisher discusses falling and fall prevention

Abraham Raja reminds us the library is closed in December

Member Profiles spotlights Rhona Watenick,
writer of the RonnieGrams

Norm Bardsley writes on Parkinson’s and Public Policy

An exciting update from “Dance Moves Me!”

Danish Research on Sleep and links to Parkinson’s

November 2017 PNMD Newsletter

Carol Fisher writes on meditation and why it’s helpful with Parkinson’s

Abraham Raja shares a new book and the Handout of the Month

Member Profiles spotlights Lance Gershen, co-president of PNMD

Rock Steady Boxing is featured in Neurology Now

We share information from the Rare Disease Report on the new time released Amantadine

October 2017 PNMD Newsletter

Carol Fisher on the Importance of Community when dealing with Parkinson’s

Abraham Raja welcomes new library volunteers and announces the Handout of the Month program

Janice Ransley reviews Victoria O’Kane’s book, “A Journey to Joy”

Member Profiles features Rynette Raja, caregiver and PNMD Volunteer

Learn How to Shop Amazon Smile and Support PNMD

Volunteers still needed to help with PNMD events

September 2017 PNMD Newsletter

The Neurology and University of Rochester Medical Center reports on how telemedicine can be as effective as in person visits in Parkinson’s Disease

Amy Van Voorhis reviews Atul Gawande’s book, “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End”

Neurologyadvisor.com writes on how visions changes may be an early indication of Parkinson’s

August 2017 PNMD Newsletter

Carol Fisher writes about Anxiety and Parkinson’s Disease

Wendy Henderson weighs in with another article on anxiety and it’s causes in Parkinson’s

Alan Isaacson reviews John Wolf’s book, “Honey, I Sold the Red Cadillac: Learning to Cope with Lewy Body Dementia”

This month we introduce Member Profiles, stories about PNMD members. Our first story is about Howard Zalkin, co-president of PNMD.

July 2017 PNMD Newsletter

Carol Fisher explores dehydration and what to watch for

Lance Gershen wraps up the Poker Tournament Fundraiser with results and pictures

Carolina Henriques reports on a survey about PD diagnosis and how it affects quality of life

Jeanne Warren reviews John Pepper’s book, “Reverse Parkinson’s Disease”

 

 

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