My World of Parkinsonian Delights

A Slow Day on the Parky Blogosphere

Not a whole lot going on in the PD websites today, it would seem.   But I always love to give a shout-out to my pal “Bibmomma” and some of the other worthwhile things being discussed on the web.

So here, ready or not, is “Today in the Parky Blogosphere.”

No one knows what causes Parkinson’s disease. Certain “Parkinson-like symptoms” can result from the side effects of some drug therapies, or can be caused by conditions such as brain tumor, arterial disease, viral encephalitis, stroke, … — Thu, 13 May 2010 08:53:31 -0700
Parkinson’s Disease is quirky. It’s like playing “Pin the Tail on the Donkey” when trying to get an accurate diagnosis. And the quirkiness is really evident when trying to get the medications adjusted to relieve the symptoms. … — Thu, 13 May 2010 08:16:28 -0700
The disease mimics other conditions including Parkinson’s Disease, ALS (Lou Gehrig’s diease) and multiple sclerosis. Elias and Sears said antibiotics can quickly kill the disease if used 72 hours after symptoms appear. … — Thu, 13 May 2010 06:38:38 -0700
superminyu: bcas i see my drawing for too long, i cant see any diff. now family is back, they have the hand is so small like the boy got disease. LOL. 2010-05-13 · Reply · currentindia: How a pet pooch can help treat Parkinson’s – A … — Thu, 13 May 2010 04:54:37 -0700
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One response

  1. Bibmomma

    Thanks for the trackback to my blog. As always, I welcome your words of encouragement and most of ALL, your sense of humor. Sometimes when I can’t sleep I come straight to you blog for a timely thought.
    Be blessed, Allie a.k.a. Bibmomma

    May 14, 2010 at 2:02 am

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