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Wake Up Con Damiana! Despierta con la mejor actitud, buena musica para comenzar tu dia con alegria y energia! Complacencias y saludos alrededor del mundo! Llama a el telefono en cabina: (352) 505-9924 Te espero!Y WhatsApp: (352) 213-8903 Wake Up With Good Music En este segmento matutino, podras comenzar tus dias con toda la energia y positividad. Donde estes tu, me puedes llevar, trabajo,casa, oficina, de compras, de paseo o en momentos de soledad. Prende la radio y dejame ser parte de tu ru ...
 
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El cuidado de largo plazo es un tipo de seguro que puede ayudar a cubrir el costo de un servicio por si uno llega a enfermar y no puede cuidar de sí mismo. La directiva avanzada le da a uno la oportunidad de escribir antes de que enferme todo lo que desea que le pase o cómo desea que le traten, por ejemplo, en un hospital. El punto clave acerca de …
 
A major thrust of Parkinson’s research today is exploring potential ways to slow the progression of the disease. Exercise may be one way and is recommended. Another possible approach is nutrition, although the evidence is not as solid as for exercise. Nonetheless, there is evidence that good nutrition and dietary practices can have beneficial effec…
 
It is estimated that about one in six people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) taking dopaminergic medication will develop an impulse control disorder (ICD) sometime during the course of their disease. Such impulsive behaviors may include uncontrolled gambling, eating, shopping, sexual activity, or punding, a purposeless activity in which a person repe…
 
People with Parkinson’s disease (PD) may experience two seemingly contradictory movement problems. One, bradykinesia, is slowness of movement and is a cardinal symptom of the disease. For a diagnosis of PD, one must have bradykinesia plus either tremor or rigidity. Bradykinesia may appear as a reduction in automatic movements such as blinking or sw…
 
El Consejo para personas con Parkinson, o el ‘People with Parkinson’s Council’ por sus siglas en inglés, de la Parkinson’s Foundation, es un grupo de personas que viven con la enfermedad de Parkinson, incluyendo cuidadores, que asumen el rol de asesores para la Fundación. Esto asegura que la perspectiva de las personas que viven con Parkinson se in…
 
Cómo usar Facebook para mi negocio? Si bien para muchas personas Facebook ya es completamente parte de sus vidas, pero para otras personas Facebook sigue siendo algo sumamente difícil de entender. https://youtu.be/RCPI8GL3W7Y 01:54 - Crea tu página de Facebook para negocios: Así que seguramente algún momento has pensado en “hacer algo en Facebook”,…
 
Que es el MARKETING de CONTENIDOS? - El marketing digital ya no es una moda o algo que va a pasar en el futuro como tampoco el “estar en internet” lo importante hoy en día es conquistar la atención de tu mercado meta y ser una notable diferencia entre tus competidores. Y para lograr esto el marketing de contenidos es el mejor camino, si no sabes qu…
 
Adverse effects, often called side effects, are a common phenomenon that accompanies the use of many drugs, including ones used to treat the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD). Any treatment is a balance between the desired effects of a drug and undesirable ones, so how to best ease symptoms while making the treatment tolerable. Specific to class…
 
A team approach to Parkinson’s disease (PD) often results in better outcomes and quality of life for people with PD and their care partners. Members of the team have specific expertise in evaluating and fulfilling the needs of the person and family. One of those members is the social worker, and ideally, one who specializes in chronic or progressiv…
 
Among the many non-motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD) are blood pressure changes. One manifestation is neurogenic orthostatic hypotension, a condition in which blood pressure drops sharply when one moves from a reclining to a more upright position, such as standing up when getting out of bed or rising from a chair. The person may feel light…
 
Many people find that Eastern mind-body practices complement Western medicine well and produce additional benefits. One Eastern system of mind-body integration is tai chi and its martial art practice of tai chi chuan. Using continuous, flowing movements, this moving meditation addresses flexibility through stretching and involves aerobic activity a…
 
In honor of Veteran’s day, we want to share Lou Eisenbrandt’s My PD Story about her experience as a Vietnam Veteran whose Parkinson’s disease is a result of exposure to the herbicide Agent Orange during the war. Lou is a steadfast PD advocate and has been involved with the Parkinson’s Foundation Heartland, and recently joined the Parkinson’s Founda…
 
Impulse control disorders in Parkinson’s disease (PD) are more common than originally thought, affecting an estimated one in six people with PD taking dopamine agonists. They may appear as unhealthy or compulsive levels of shopping, gambling, eating, sexual activity, or involvement in hobbies. They appear to be related to dopamine replacement thera…
 
La alimentación es fundamental para las personas con Parkinson. Para asegurarnos de la fibra, vitaminas, minerales completos y necesarios para nuestros cuerpos, debemos consumir una variedad de alimentos de todos los grupos, como el grupo de los granos, de los colores (los vegetales y las frutas), de la leche (los productos lácteos), y de las prote…
 
When a person shows up in a doctor’s office with symptoms that may be related to Parkinson’s disease (PD), the diagnosis may not be obvious since symptoms often differ from person to person or could be indicative of other conditions. It’s not uncommon for people go from doctor to doctor over months or even years before they get a correct diagnosis.…
 
Movement issues are central to Parkinson’s disease (PD), even in the early stages before complications may become obvious. From the time of diagnosis and throughout the course of the disease, movement and staying physically active are essential. Both regular exercise and physical therapy can help people with PD keep moving well and for as long as p…
 
Clinical studies, studies that involve people, first use healthy people to test a drug’s safety and then use people with a disease or condition to prove that the drug works as intended. They are essential for bringing any new therapy to the public. Getting U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for devices require rigorous studies, as well. Rec…
 
When people take a prescribed drug, they rarely if ever consider how it came to be. They assume it is the right drug and will work safely as it is supposed to. But leading up to that drug being available is a long process of discovery or invention of the molecule based on knowledge of the biology it is supposed to affect, then testing in the labora…
 
Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a multi-factorial condition, with the potential to affect all aspects of people’s lives. Besides the well-known motor and non-motor symptoms, it also can lead to dementia, characterized by impairment of such mental functions as cognition, memory, and judgment, leading to forgetfulness, limited social skills, and difficul…
 
A través del alcance comunitario para la comunidad del Parkinson de habla hispana, vemos que hay una gran necesidad de servicios no solo en español, sino que respondan a la cultura. También existe un gran interés en desarrollar servicios para la población con acceso limitado a estos recursos. Por esta razón, Claudia Martinez, coordinadora de alcanc…
 
Personalized medicine has garnered a lot of attention over the past decade. Usually it means determining the factors for each person that affect their health, their diseases, and potentially their treatments. Some examples are biomarkers that are found in their blood, their genetic make-up, diet and nutrition, behaviors, and environment. One exampl…
 
Since swallowing involves a complex and coordinated sequence of muscular movements, it is not surprising that difficulties swallowing food or liquids are common in a movement disorder such as Parkinson’s disease (PD). They can cause problems from the inconvenient to troubling, dangerous, or life threatening. Drooling is uncomfortable and can result…
 
La participación de hispanos en estudios genéticos es necesaria para mejorar el entendimiento de la enfermedad del Parkinson. También aseguraría que los datos de los hispanos estén representados y que esos resultados se tomen en cuenta para iniciativas de salud en caso exista diferencia entre poblaciones. Sin embargo, vemos un porcentaje muy bajo d…
 
The Parkinson’s Outcomes Project (POP) is the largest-ever clinical study of people with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Since the beginning of this groundbreaking initiative in 2009, Parkinson’s Foundation Centers of Excellence have been tracking and monitoring the care of more than 13,000 people in five countries with all stages of PD. The goal is to f…
 
Disease rating scales give clinicians a snapshot in time of the severity of a disease, how it may be affecting a patient, and areas where therapies may be applied. Put together over time, rating scale results can indicate the progression of a disease and possibly help with long term planning. In the case of Parkinson’s disease (PD), the Hoehn and Y…
 
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