Quelling Tremors One Hand at a Time
Bruce

Quelling Tremors One Hand at a Time

The BBC has a terrific video about a computer wizard in London who developed hardware and software that quell Parkinson tremors in the hand of Young Onset Parkie Emma Lawton. Emma is a graphic designer.  At the beginning of the video, she can no longer draw or write her name.  The computer geek, Haiyan Zhang, invents …

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Throwback Thursdays Art – w/ Update!
Bruce

Throwback Thursdays Art – w/ Update!

Every Thursday, as part of my personal “enriched environment” initiative, I post a piece of art, usually from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which recently released online some 400,000 high-resolution images of its collection.  All artwork will show a sun (or sunlight) somewhere.  I won’t name the piece or the artist, but instead invite you …

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Throwback Thursdays Art – w/ Update!
Bruce

Throwback Thursdays Art – w/ Update!

Every Thursday, as part of my personal “enriched environment” initiative, I post a piece of art, usually from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which recently released online some 400,000 high-resolution images of its collection.  All artwork will show a sun (or sunlight) somewhere.  I won’t name the piece or the artist, but instead invite you …

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Gay, With Parkinson’s.  What are the Issues?
Bruce

Gay, With Parkinson’s.  What are the Issues?

Actually, I hope this is just the start of a conversation about what it’s like being LGBTQ and having Parkinson’s disease.  Full disclosure:  I’m gay, and I was diagnosed with PD about four and a half years ago. Background on the list below:  When I went to the World Parkinson Congress (WPC) this September, in …

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Throwback Thursdays Art – w/ Update!
Bruce

Throwback Thursdays Art – w/ Update!

Every Thursday, as part of my personal “enriched environment” initiative, I post a piece of art, usually from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which recently released online some 400,000 high-resolution images of its collection.  All artwork will show a sun (or sunlight) somewhere.  I won’t name the piece or the artist, but instead invite you …

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