Parkinson’s Disease – the Next AIDS-like Pandemic?
Bruce

Parkinson’s Disease – the Next AIDS-like Pandemic?

A recent opinion article in JAMA Neurology declares that Parkinson’s disease may soon be a global pandemic as the world’s population ages and more and more people are diagnosed with PD.  Compared to the growth rates of other neurological disorders (e.g., Alzheimer’s, multiple sclerosis, stroke), new cases of Parkinson’s are increasing at a faster pace …

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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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Sunny Sundays!
Bruce

Sunny Sundays!

In celebration of all things sunny, and to promote an enriched environment, Parking Suns now features every Sunday a different YouTube music clip about the sun! For this week’s entry, we’re listening to an almost-forgotten pop group from the 1970s, the Starland Vocal Band, with their one-hit wonder, “Afternoon Delight.”   Please be waiting for me, baby, when …

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“Golden Boy” Update: Boxing, Acting, Defeating Parkinson’s
Bruce

“Golden Boy” Update: Boxing, Acting, Defeating Parkinson’s

After I posted yesterday about the revival of the 1937 play “Golden Boy,” one of the people involved with the project (and with the organization which is sponsoring it, stoPD), Dr. Roberta Marongiu, wrote the following comment on a Facebook page where I had left a link to my post: Roberta Marongiu Thank you so much …

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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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“Golden Boy” w/ Parkinson’s
Bruce

“Golden Boy” w/ Parkinson’s

The local NPR radio station in New York, WNYC, just interviewed three people  involved in a revival of Clifford Odet’s 1937 play, “Golden Boy.”  The play focuses on a young man who is talented at the violin and dreams of pursuing a musical career, while at the same time a boxing promoter wants the young …

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Guest Post: 5 Skills You Need To Get Hired As A Live-In Carer
Bruce

Guest Post: 5 Skills You Need To Get Hired As A Live-In Carer

The following is a guest blog post from The Good Care Group in London, England. 5 Skills You Need To Get Hired As A Live-In Carer There is no better option than a career in Live-In Care if you have a natural passion for helping others. As a Live-In Carer, you can experience an unmatched level of …

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Sunny Sundays!
Bruce

Sunny Sundays!

In celebration of all things sunny, and to promote an enriched environment, Parking Suns now features every Sunday a different YouTube music clip about the sun! For this week’s entry, we’re listening to Donovan, one of the great pop song writers of the 1960s, play and sing “Sunshine Superman.”   Sunshine came softly through my window today Could’ve …

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