When I was growing up, my mother took us wild flower hunting in the spring. In April of 2017 I was at the Missouri farm and decided to reenact the adventure. Usually I visit in summer, fall and winter, so finding wild flowers was a treat. I have long forgotten the name of this plant, but there was no question about the bee!
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Is a creative pursuit a healing part of your PD life? Are you an artist, poet, writer, sculptor, photographer, or quilter? Do you make jewelry or furniture? Do you write music?
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Quote of the Week
“It is becoming increasingly evident that PD differs in women and men. Recent research findings suggest that biological sex also impacts on disease risk factors and, potentially, on molecular mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis of PD.” ~Fabio Blandini, M.D., scientific directorof IRCCS Mondino Foundation, National Institute of Neurology, Italy
PD In The Know
Gender makes a difference. A man with PD is more apt to have severe drooling, and a women with PD is more prone to critical swallowing difficulties.