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 …

Continue Reading
More Resources for Seniors with Special Needs
Bruce

More Resources for Seniors with Special Needs

Natalie Kelly and her colleagues at Forever Curious have sent me additional important links for senior citizens, especially senior citizens with special needs like Parkinson’s disease.  I’ll paste the links below, then add them to my Resources page in the Links drop-down menu at the top of this screen. Thank you, Natalie! Legal Resources and …

Continue Reading
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 …

Continue Reading
Update on Human Stem Cells & Parkinson’s
Bruce

Update on Human Stem Cells & Parkinson’s

Two weeks ago I posted the news that a Japanese research team seems to have cured Parkinson’s disease in monkeys by implanting human stem cells in their brains.  The stem cells came from adult humans, some of whom had PD and others who did not.  Their cells were configured to produce dopamine in the monkeys’ brains. …

Continue Reading
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 …

Continue Reading