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Parkinsons Recovery

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Parkinsons Recovery was founded in 2004 by Robert Rodgers, PhD to provide support, information and resources to persons who currently experience the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.

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Below are the questions I asked Jaroslov Boublik PhD, one of the researchers who formulated the Aquas, about hydrating the body. Why can't we become better hydrated by simply drinking more water? Why do we become more dehydrated... more

Promoting a positive message of health, vitality, and well-being, Magnesium – The Missing Link to Total Health (Revised)® provides evidence-based scientific research on magnesium's role in human health.... more

Alice A. Holstein, Ed.D was diagnosed with bipolar mood disorder at the age of 51, which interrupted her career and produced some 12 years of intense suffering with many manic episodes, many hospitalizations, thousands of dollars... more

This podcast constitutes a reading of responses to the 2023 annual Parkinsons Recovery survey. As you will discover, people discover a wide range of therapies, methods and practices that offer them opportunities to celebrate symptom relief.... more

Robert Rodgers PhD provides a summary of the 2023 Parkinsons Recovery Survey in this presentation. Get ready to be surprised and encouraged at the results. Robert Rodgers PhD Founder 2004 Parkinsons Recovery... more

Martha discusses her recent research on Parkinson's animal models using lipopolysaccharide (LPS) to induce Parkinson's symptoms in mice, a recent Cambridget hypothesis paper on LPS as a cause of Parkinson's and her... more

Retired Australian Naturopath and parkinson's sufferer, Ian Ridgeway will be explaining an unusual and unique therapy that regenerates stem cells using skin patches. When applied to the skin, they use the body's own heat to stimulate... more

Caregiver stress can arise when a person is so focused on the needs of the person being cared for that the person's own physical and emotional health are neglected. Signs of Caregiver Stress: Depression Withdrawal Anxiety Anger... more

Dr. Christian Hageseth is an 82-year-old retired psychiatrist. His first symptoms of PD started 18 years ago, yet he only started taking L-Dopa 2 ½ years ago. He credits his success in slowing PD—almost to a halt—to his... more

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