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Those diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease experience crushing anxiety and overwhelming depression. This doesn't include the unrelenting progression that affects the way we move and think. There isn't a cure. Individuals are forced to wait as the progression takes over. Hope can be difficult to find. This Parkinson's podcast follows a man who was diagnosed with P.D. in his early forties. Listen as Daniel reinvents his life while celebrating the victories and is learning from the defeats. This ...
 
Subscribe for a wonderful cross section of discussions ranging from people with Parkinson's Disease to those who work in the medical, fitness, and research space. Power Over Parkinson's (POP) is a foundation supporting the use of exercise and wellness to reduce the symptoms or slow the progression of Parkinson’s Disease. To learn more visit us at poweroverpd.org
 
2 Mike’s Parkinson’s Podcast is about providing humor, music and inspiring guests in the PD community to help those effected by this awful disease. We’re part of the radio parkie network (radioparkies.com) and appear live every Thursday evening at 6:00 PM EST. The hosts of 2 Mike’s have a combined 30 years of experience living with Parkinson’s.
 
Mind Moments™, a podcast from NeurologyLive® (https://www.neurologylive.com/) , brings you exclusive interviews with experts in neurologic disorders. Listen in to hear the latest clinical and research updates from major medical conferences, as well as insights on the management of complex disorders, including epilepsy, migraine, Alzheimer disease, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson disease, and more. For more expert insight into neurology, visit NeurologyLive.com (https://www.neurologyliv ...
 
On Time is a podcast about living with Parkinson's disease. Co-hosts Brian Grant and Heather Kennedy share their candid stories of daily living with young onset Parkinson's, discussing topics like socializing, dating, parenting and the benefits and challenges of adopting a healthy lifestyle. The podcast is a program of the Brian Grant Foundation. Learn more about the Brian Grant Foundation at briangrant.org.
 
Parkinson's Disease Caring Podcast provides care partners and caregivers of loved ones with Parkinson's disease with valuable information from Parkinson's disease specialists, caregivers, and patients. Timely and engaging interviews inform the care partner or caregiver to help equip them with the knowledge and confidence necessary to enjoy the caregiving years with less struggles and heartache.
 
Teresa Jackson from Lean On Me Coaching, shares resources and strategies for thriving with Parkinson's. Join her and her guests to learn how to live your best life in spite of living with a chronic illness.Opinion Disclaimer:The views and opinions expressed in Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa, are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Teresa Jackson and Parkinson’s Pathway Pals Tuesdays with Teresa. Any content provided by our gues ...
 
The purpose of this podcast is to lift up the name of our Lord Jesus Christ and bring honor and praise to Him. THERE ARE SOME THINGS YOU CAN’T BE DOGMATIC ABOUT, BUT MANY THINGS YOU MUST BE BULLDOGMATIC ABOUT. Brought to you by BibleBulldog.com You can also see and listen to hundreds of other podcasts on our website. Visit our YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXWRj0tbKF4N-IooNVB68Tw Scott, the bearded bulldog, has been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease. He respectfully ask ...
 
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I'm Not Dead Yet!

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I'm Not Dead Yet!

Judy Yaras & Travis Robinson

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A close look at an extraordinary life with Parkinson's Disease. Quirky and irreverent; hosts Judy & Travis take a look at this most tragic of events: life with an incurable disease and why it’s important to declare that I'm Not Dead Yet! Start making the changes to enable you to get the best quality of life possible.
 
Subscribe for coverage and analysis of current neurology/brain research, patient and caregiver profiles, drug development strategy, pioneering nonprofit management and other topics of interest in a wide-ranging series of conversations that include the voices of those affected by Parkinson's as well as clinicians.
 
This podcast is about the early onset of Parkinson's Disease. My journey thought diagnosis, treatment and clinical trails. Parkinson's progresses differently in every person diagnosed. My goal is to shed light on one of many Parkinson's journeys and help start a conversation about the disease. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trembling-emt/support
 
The World Parkinson Coalition is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing an international forum on Parkinson's disease. Learn more at wpc2022.org
 
This Week in Microbiology is a podcast about unseen life on Earth hosted by Vincent Racaniello and friends. Following in the path of his successful shows 'This Week in Virology' (TWiV) and 'This Week in Parasitism' (TWiP), Racaniello and guests produce an informal yet informative conversation about microbes which is accessible to everyone, no matter what their science background.
 
When Life Gives You Parkinson’s is an honest, funny, and engaging podcast chronicling host Larry Gifford’s personal journey with Parkinson’s disease. Gifford, his wife Rebecca, and their son Henry live in Vancouver, British Columbia. Gifford has worked in radio for more than 30 years. In August 2017 he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 45. Now in its fourth season, When Life Gives You Parkinson’s is a first-hand account of what it is like to live with PD for Gifford, his family, a ...
 
Welcome to Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab powered by The Recovery Project. We want to personally welcome and thank you for joining us. The Evidence to Excellence: News in Neuroplasticity and Rehab Podcast is designed to keep you updated on what’s new in research and evidence in the neuro rehabilitation world.
 
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Neurology® Podcast

American Academy of Neurology

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The Neurology Podcast provides practical information for neurologists and clinicians to practice the best possible medicine for patients. Examining methods and findings in peer-reviewed journals, the show provides insights that impact clinical practice and patient care. From the journal Neurology and the American Academy of Neurology, providing education and expert analysis since 2007.
 
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American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA)

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Please join us for expert perspectives on treatment, daily living, or symptoms of Parkinson's disease (PD) and more. These programs are designed to help people with PD, family members, and care partners. Please share with anyone in your support network whom you feel will benefit from this information. These are archives of live programs that are also hosted on the APDA website.
 
A personal take on my life with Parkinson's both before and after DBS surgery. Serving as a resource of awareness and action regarding Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders #parkinsons #dbs #parkinsonswarrior #keepmoving #takeitback Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/my-cyborg-life/support
 
The Academy of Neurologic Physical Therapy Degenerative Disease Special Interest Group (DDSIG) is a component of the American Physical Therapy Association. The DDSIG is comprised of physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students in physical therapy programs that have an interest in neurodegenerative disorders including Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, amyotropic lateral sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, and others. The DDSIG provides a forum to discuss advances in pr ...
 
Welcome to the Mindful Movement for Parkinson's podcast and audio library. Using the Feldenkrais Method® of movement education, as well as mindfulness techniques such as body scans and guided meditations, Matt Zepelin offers mindful movement lessons designed to help people with Parkinson's Disease increase ease of movement, improve range of movement, and develop skills for the betterment of quality of life.
 
Welcome to the married2pd podcast, a unique series of conversations dedicated to the wives of those diagnosed with Young Onset Parkinson's Disease (YOPD). We share and learn from experiences and dive into the ups and downs of YOPD. This one-of-a-kind podcast shows that we can thrive as care partners and women.
 
Since 2008, Rich has hosted PD Talk Live and has provided a "POSITIVE" outlook to the Parkinson's community, while discussing his experiences with Parkinson's Disease. Rich was diagnosed in 2002. Providing support, news, views, and interviews. PD Talk Live is informative & entertaining! You can call-in, join-in the chatroom, or listen-in during the "live" broadcast. If you miss a broadcast, all of the episodes are archived as pod casts for you to enjoy.
 
Mito-Kids is a documentary based on the lives of my 4 daughters (15-19) and how they live with their individual disorders caused by Mitochondria Disease. Mitochondria is the energy within almost every cell in our body providing 90% of the energy we use each day. This disorder is growing in awareness because it is being seen as the root disorder behind, in part or in full, epilepsy, ALS, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Heart Disease and many other neurological disorders. My children have disabiliti ...
 
Always learning, always growing, and always sharing with others, host Karl Sterling brings you conversations with extraordinary experts! We hope you enjoy our interviews. Karl works as a neurorehabilitation specialist based in Syracuse, New York, and is the creator of the Parkinson’s Regeneration Training ® education program. While his extensive experience as a trainer includes working with a variety of populations, he primarily specializes in working with clients who have movement disorders ...
 
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No Doorway Wide Enough

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No Doorway Wide Enough

Bill Schmalfeldt on Podiobooks.com

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It was just about three weeks after his 45th birthday in 2000 when Bill Schmalfeldt was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease. In 2007 while working at a federal agency as a writer and podcaster, telling other people about the importance of clinical trials, Bill heard about and volunteered for an experimental brain surgery to determine whether or not "deep brain stimulation" could be done on patients in the earlier stages of the disease. This is the story of Bill's "Parkinson's Decade" from bei ...
 
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Cynthia Dunn, Professional on Ageing, Certified Dementia Practitioner, Cert

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The intention of this podcast is to take the fear and stigma out of Alzheimer's and related Dementia.My belief is if I can survive this terrible disease as a primary CareGiver so can you and I will show you how! We will have experts, experiences, and teachings to give a solid base in the understanding. I have been where you are and I know and empathize with the struggle to remain positive in what is usually a dark situation. We will talk about silver linings, living in the moment, looking to ...
 
The science of aging is moving rapidly and making progress at defeating age-related diseases and aging itself. Live Longer World takes you right where the action is happening! Through conversations with scientists, entrepreneurs, investors and other advocates revolutionizing the field of longevity science, we tell you how you can be disease-free, reverse aging, and maximize longevity in the future. https://www.livelongerworld.com/
 
Exploring all things genetics. Dr Patrick Short, University of Cambridge alumnus and CEO of Sano Genetics, analyses the science, interviews the experts, and discusses the latest findings and breakthroughs in genetic research. To find out more about Sano Genetics and its mission to accelerate the future of precision medicine visit: www.sanogenetics.com
 
PeerVoice is an independent, professional medical publishing concern focused on gathering and reporting information pertaining to clinically relevant advances and developments in the science and practice of medicine. As publishers of PeerVoice Publications, PeerVoice is solely responsible for the selection of publication topics, the preparation of editorial content and the distribution of all materials it publishes.
 
Welcome to the Movement Disorders Podcast. In this series, we will be exploring the finer side of things with some of the great minds of Movement Disorders. We will get to hear interesting information on history to understand how we got to be here. We will explore the approach to diagnosis and management, the things that your books would not tell you and most importantly gets tips and tricks that will get you a step ahead in the game.
 
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This episode of Breaking Brave is brought to you by: SOULSNACKS! Soul snacks are single ingredient, eco conscious dog and cat treats! Sourced directly from farms in Ontario and wrapped in fully compostable packaging. Treating your pets never felt so good. Head to https://soulsnacks.ca/ and use coupon code BREAKINGBRAVE for 15% off your purchase!!! …
 
Receiving the diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease is difficult for everyone. We experience crushing disappointment that may lead us to isolate ourselves from those we care the most about. As a result, we jeopardize our present and future quality of life.Daniel and Bryan discuss the decision to speak words of compassion and encouragement that has benef…
 
Dr Howard Weiner has been evaluating neuroinflammatory diseases for over forty years now. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is his main target, but in the show today, you’ll hear how comparing the causes and courses of Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, ALS (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis), and glioblastoma can tremendously deepen our insight into all of these neuroin…
 
A very specific kind of brain cell dies off in people with Parkinson's Dopamine-making nerve cells may not be equally culpable in the disease after all Certain human brain cells selectively die off in Parkinson's disease.
 
April is Parkinson’s Disease Awareness month, and on this episode of Managed Care Cast, we take a look at the Parkinson's Progression Markers Initiative (PPMI), a study from the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research (MJFF). The multicenter, international study aims to end Parkinson disease, which is expected to double worldwide by 2040…
 
Medicare, the U.S. government health insurance program, covers more than 63 million people, with more than 49 million people also receiving prescription drug coverage. It provides health insurance for adults over 65 as well as people with some medical conditions or disabilities. The system has many moving parts, and beneficiaries need to understand…
 
In this episode, I introduce the topic of psychosis as it relates to Parkinson's disease. I review some of the important information about the different forms of psychosis including illusions, hallucinations, and delusional thoughts. This episode will set the stage for the upcoming month of episodes diving deep into this topic. We will discuss the …
 
Dr. Jeff Ratliff talks with Dr. Michael Fox about the association of connectivity between brain networks and sites of deep brain stimulation (DBS) with DBS-induced cognitive decline in patients with Parkinson disease. Check out the free clinical tool designed to help DBS programmers based on the research discussed in this episode here.…
 
TWiM explains the discovery of hotspots of genetic variation containing reservoirs of anti-phage systems in E. coli phages and their parasitic satellites, and pathogen desiccation tolerance promoted by hydrophilins. Become a patron of TWiM. Links for this episode Phage and satellite antiviral systems (Cell Host Micro) Hydropilins promote desiccatio…
 
Five Facebook friends all with Parkinson’s, walk into a bar. Whoops! This really happened! They actually have never met each other in person and decide to travel to Oaxaca Mexico to help the Oaxaca Parkinson’s community. Here’s a few hints of what they discover/re-discover. FriendshipFamilyCommunity Guest hosts: Michael Quaglia, Mike Achin, Heather…
 
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Tham Le, PhD, MPH, and Linda Wastila, PhD, MSPH, lead and senior authors, respectively, of “Patterns of Opioid Use in Commercially Insured Patients With Cancer,” which was published in the May issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®. They took up their investigation after finding that most …
 
Welcome to the NeurologyLive® Mind Moments™ podcast. Tune in to hear leaders in neurology sound off on topics that impact your clinical practice. In this episode, we spoke with Matthew B. Harms, MD, associate professor of neurology, Columbia University, and medical consultant and care center director, Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA). He spoke …
 
Did you know the government plays an important role in helping find a cure for Parkinson’s, and in caring for those living with the disease? In this episode, Michael J. Fox Foundation policy experts and grassroots advocates discuss the importance of telling your story and building relationships with elected officials who represent you in the halls …
 
In this episode we’ll hear from Joan P. Packenham, Ph.D., who directs the Women’s Health Awareness program at NIEHS. She discusses women’s health disparities and why it’s important to include women – especially those from understudied, underrepresented, and underreported groups – in biomedical research. Packenham also talks about the program’s comm…
 
This week Patrick is joined by Sir Peter Donnelly, CEO of Genomics PLC and Professor of Statistical Science at the University of Oxford. They discuss how to get from data to implementation in the clinic, the challenges of polygenic risk scores including prediction across different ethnic backgrounds, and the role of genomics in drug discovery.…
 
Drug overdose deaths are skyrocketing, with more than 100,000 people dying in 2021, according to the CDC. Obtaining treatment for substance use disorders (SUDs) has never been easy, and this month in Health Affairs, a recent paper examined trends in the use of treatment services to see what, if anything, changed from 2010 to 2019.Despite an increas…
 
May 17, 2022 For this second of a two-part May 10 & 17 series, I am delving deep into memory loss and cognitive symptoms and how the daily grind can get to us. Looking closely at the issues of repetitiveness, stubbornness, resistance to care and how to keep your emotions in check. If we understand why our loved ones and clients are presenting the w…
 
Regular exercise in its various forms is one of the most important things that people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) can do for themselves. It can promote aerobic conditioning, strength, balance, and flexibility and help slow the decline in mobility while improving quality of life. Findings from the Parkinson’s Foundation Parkinson’s Outcome Project…
 
LET US REASON TOGETHER. FINAL from RC Sproul's book, Saved From What? Chapter 8 PART 1 with Pastor William Shifflett SAVED FOR WHAT? Why has God saved you? How is God's love different from the love of those around us? Is everyone a child of God? If so, why are we killing our unborn if they are children of God? --- Send in a voice message: https://a…
 
Welcome to the World of Pokémon! Beyond The Ball is the premiere Pokémon research podcast! Join Professors Braden and Will each episode as they read all of the entries for a single Pokémon (selected at random) and try to reach a broader understanding of it and the wider world it inhabits, striving to make sense of the natural world of Pokémon, one …
 
Dr. Shane is joined by co-presenters Chris KP and Dr Sarah Best to discuss growing plants in lunar soil, sunscreen and coral, and blackholes. Guest Professor Dick Williams from Charles Darwin University explains the the hazards of feral horses in the Australian Alpine region; and Tony Rinaudo AM talks about revegetating arid areas, and his biograph…
 
keep·y-up·py noun INFORMAL•BRITISH a game whose aim is to keep a soccer ball in the air for as long as possible by bouncing it off any part of the body except the hands and arm. Thursday (5/12/22) evening on radioparkies.com at 6:00 EST the Young Onset Parkinson's Network (https://yopnetwork.org/) is proud to present the incredible Joe Gregory! Gav…
 
Lilian Sjøberg is a Danish coach and trouble shooter, good at seeing patterns, with a masters in biology. For five years, she has collected knowledge about how people around the world get better from chronic diseases, such as Parkinson's Disease, and coached people to get better by reducing stress. Her mission is to spread self-help tools and acces…
 
News Commentary - Roe v Wade PART 2 Good News from Pastor William's blog: https://williams-good-word.org/ Commentary on the Supreme Court leak, Roe v Wade, abortion is sin, Roman Catholic Church, protesters, women's rights, abortion is murder, conservative, liberal, reaction, Tucker Carlson, fire bombers, justices, judges, and more. --- Send in a v…
 
Good News from Pastor William's blog: https://williams-good-word.org/ Commentary on the Supreme Court leak, Roe v Wade, abortion is sin, Roman Catholic Church, protesters, women's rights, abortion is murder, conservative, liberal, reaction, Tucker Carlson, fire bombers, justices, judges, and more. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bibl…
 
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Dr Joanne Armstrong, vice president and chief medical officer for Women’s Health and Genomics at CVS Health, on the distinct pathophysiology of cardiovascular disease in women, applicability of current screening and care delivery guidelines for heart health in regards to minority populations, and …
 
May 10, 2022 For this two-part May 10 & 17 series I am delving deep into memory loss and cognitive symptoms and how the daily grind can get to us. Looking closely at the issues of repetitiveness, stubbornness, resistance to care and how to keep your emotions in check. If we understand why our loved ones and clients are presenting the way they are, …
 
All platforms / Episode Show Notes: https://livelongerworld.substack.com/p/vgladyshev Dr. Vadim Gladyshev is a professor at Harvard Medical school and a Director of redox medicine at Brigham and Women’s hospital, where he runs his own lab. We had a brilliant discussion which started off by talking about his work on selenium. Selenium is found is Br…
 
One of the most common symptoms of Parkinson's disease or hell just getting older is that you feel tired... I mean really, really tired all the time. So what happens when you've got some responsibilities that you can't sleep through? In my case it's school but some of what Judy and I discuss in this episode could be applied to raising kids or any o…
 
We had the pleasure of sitting down with Brett Miller, Owner and Coach at 110 Fitness, to learn more about how he created a boutique Parkinson’s and Wellness Center in Rockland, MA. Listen as he shares the “why” behind the imperativeness of meaningful, research-based movement and his recommendations for those who are just beginning an exercise regi…
 
A newly discovered planet renews debate about how some giant worlds form A violent implosion of gas may have given birth to this young extrasolar orb Orbiting far from the young star AB Aurigae, the massive, gassy, still-growing planet AB Aur b (illustrated) is enveloped by gas encircling the star.
 
Some hamsters are extremely susceptible to COVID-19 Low doses make the animals sick and rapid tests can sometimes detect the infection In January, Hong Kong culled hamsters for sale or recently purchased from pet shops after a cluster of human cases cropped up around a shop where the rodents tested positive for the coronavirus that causes COVID-19.…
 
Latin America defies cultural theories based on East-West comparisons A cultural framework that divides the world into two is overly simplistic Cultural psychologists have long studied Eastern regions, such as Tokyo, shown here, to define how people in collectivist countries think.
 
Mammals' bodies outpaced their brains right after the dinosaurs died Fossils show mammals' brains and bodies did not balloon together, contrary to expectations Arctocyon primaevus (skull shown) was a Paleocene mammal that lived shortly after the mass extinction event that killed off nonbird dinosaurs.…
 
A hole in a Triceratops named Big John probably came from combat The puncture adds to evidence that the three-horned dinosaurs battled each other The largest known Triceratops features a hole in its bony frill that suggests the dinosaur, called Big John, fought with its peers.
 
Invasive jor spiders get huge and flashy if they're female Males are the other half of the story, so tiny and drab they're often missed in oversized webs Out in the open, female jor spiders look eye-smacking obvious, but they're sneaky hitchhikers.
 
Mars has two speeds of sound Its speed depends on whether the sound is high-pitched or low-pitched The SuperCam instrument (upper right) on NASA's Perseverance rover includes a microphone, which picked up sounds from the instrument's laser and from the whirling blades on the Ingenuity helicopter (left).…
 
Racial bias can seep into U.S. patients' medical notes Refused and unwilling are among the words more likely to appear in Black patients' charts Negative and stigmatizing language appeared more often in the charts of Black patients than white patients, report two new studies that analyzed the electronic health record.…
 
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