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Lowering Your Risk Of Parkinson’s Disease

What Is Parkinson’s? Parkinson’s disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder worldwide after Alzheimer’s disease. PD involves the malfunction and death of nerve cells in the part of the mid-brain known as the substantia nigra. These cells produce a chemical neurotransmitter called dopamine which sends messages to other parts of the brain that • Read More »



How Do You Write Fiction

Everyone can start writing a story, but everyone cannot start writing wonderful fiction. Fiction is a type of story that is not based on real people or event, but it may give reference of true events. It comes out of the writer’s imagination. Here are a few tips that you must follow to create a • Read More »






I’m Fine, But They Need Help

Every week we receive at least one call from someone who wants me to help their friend, partner or relative. They are surprised when we explain that there are certain things that are important: 1. The other person has to be willing. Unfortunately, no matter how dysfunctional we think that a person or situation is, • Read More »


You Can’t Go Home Again

The title is the title of a book written by Thomas Wolfe. This book was not published until after Wolfe’s passing in 1940. I have read parts of the book, and have concluded that the author wrote of his feelings of anguish. He was a German ex-patriot in America during the early 1900’s and he • Read More »