Piet De Vocht has Parkinson’s disease since 2012. He guides us through his experience and the transition of before and after.
Embarquez dans un voyage de saveurs exceptionnelles pour aider la lutte contre la maladie de Parkinson. Newtree et la Demoucelle Parkinson Charity vous invitent à découvrir des goûts uniques mettant en avant des ingrédients respectueux de vos papilles, de votre santé et de votre environnement.
We are happy to announce our support to the upcoming new phase of the pet tracer project of AC IMMUNE, a Swiss biopharmaceutical company.
Comment développer le pouvoir mental nécessaire au changement, quelles que soient les circonstances? Winner Mindset est LA Conférence clé pour donner un coup de fouet à votre vie!
What is Lewy body dementia? What is the difference between Lewy body dementia and Alzheimer’s? What is the difference between Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia? Is there a test to diagnose Lewy body dementia? Various questions about Lewy Body Dementia.
This time of year everyone and everything seems to be focused on exercise as part of a New Year’s resolution. It can be hard for anyone to get and stay motivated, but what if it seems nearly impossible? What if you have no get-up-and-go, or you’re simply not interested? You may be experiencing apathy.
New York’s first medical marijuana dispensary opened in January 2016. This news understandably led the patient and physician communities to ask a number of research and clinical questions about marijuana and Parkinson’s.
Cognitive impairment, disturbance of memory, thinking and/or language abilities, is a non-motor symptom that can be associated with Parkinson’s. Cognitive disturbances can arise at any time in the course of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and vary widely in severity.
I’m an organizational development consultant who specializes in helping business leaders achieve transformational change — it’s my life’s calling. But not all change is wanted. My dear husband Richard lives with Parkinson’s disease and Lewy-body dementia.
Pain is a common, but perhaps unexpected, non-motor symptom of Parkinson’s disease. Up to 75 percent of people can experience some form of discomfort during the course of their disease. Unfortunately, this symptom is often under-recognized and therefore undertreated.