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  • Discovering Clues About Your Parents’ Well-Being: When They May Need Some Help
    With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be visiting our parents who may live across the country or on the other side of the world. You may see signs of declining mental or physical health in your parents. You might not be sure if your parents need help, but you suspect that something is not right. How can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Discovering Clues About Your Parents’ Well-Being: When They May Need Some Help
    With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be visiting our parents who may live across the country or on the other side of the world. You may see signs of declining mental or physical health in your parents. You might not be sure if your parents need help, but you suspect that something is not right. How can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Discovering Clues About Your Parents’ Well-Being: When They May Need Some Help
    With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be visiting our parents who may live across the country or on the other side of the world. You may see signs of declining mental or physical health in your parents. You might not be sure if your parents need help, but you suspect that something is not right. How can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Discovering Clues About Your Parents’ Well-Being: When They May Need Some Help
    With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be visiting our parents who may live across the country or on the other side of the world. You may see signs of declining mental or physical health in your parents. You might not be sure if your parents need help, but you suspect that something is not right. How can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Discovering Clues About Your Parents’ Well-Being: When They May Need Some Help
    With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be visiting our parents who may live across the country or on the other side of the world. You may see signs of declining mental or physical health in your parents. You might not be sure if your parents need help, but you suspect that something is not right. How can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Discovering Clues About Your Parents’ Well-Being: When They May Need Some Help
    With the holidays rapidly approaching, many of us will be visiting our parents who may live across the country or on the other side of the world. You may see signs of declining mental or physical health in your parents. You might not be sure if your parents need help, but you suspect that something is not right. How can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-24By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Don’t Get Stuck in the Whining
      After 20 years of Parkinson’s Disease (PD) and 10 years of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) surgery, you wouldn’t think that I would have anything to complain about. I’m embarrassed to admit that sometimes I prefer complaining to counting my blessings. However, with Thanksgiving approaching in a couple of weeks, it’s important that I get all of the whining ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-11-15By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
  • Is It 50/50?
    It’s often awkward to know how to respond when people ask me "How are you doing or feeling with Parkinson's Disease (PD)?" When talking to my friend, Gayle, her suggestion was to say "50/50." This means I am doing equally good and bad and/or my health is equally favorable and unfavorable. Then if people want to know more specific information, they can ... read more
    Source: Shake, Rattle and RollPublished on 2015-10-03By Kate Kelsall
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