Non-Drug Tips for Coping with Challenging Behavior

Esther Heerema, MSW as published in “Very Well” One of the more difficult aspects of Parkinson’s, dementia or Alzheimer’s disease is that it changes the way an individual thinks and reacts to every-day situations. Whether you’re providing physical care, bringing your loved one to a doctor’s appointment or just spending time with them, you may … [Read more...]

Heartburn and Acid Reflux

In the November 2015 Newsworthy Notes, we published an article “Is it Gerd or is it Thrush?” Many people with Parkinson’s, after taking medications for a long period of time, experience one or both of these. To help anyone with either of these challenges, we give to you a rendition of Gerd by Dr. Mercola: SAFE AND EFFECTIVE STRATEGIES … [Read more...]

Veterans Pension Benefits

2017 VETERANS PENSION BENEFITS FOR NON-SERVICE CONNECTED DISABILITIES   Ronald A Fatoullah, of RONALD FATOULLAH & ASSOCIATES Great Neck, New York. The Veterans Administration (VA) Pension is a disability benefits program available to compensate veterans for non-service-connected disabilities. Like the VA compensation program, … [Read more...]

The Obstacle in our Path- “Inspirational Message”

The Obstacle in our Path There once was a very wealthy and curious king. This king had a huge boulder placed in the middle of a road. Then he hid nearby to see if anyone would try to remove the gigantic rock from the road. The first people to pass by were some of the king’s wealthiest merchants and courtiers. Rather than moving it, they … [Read more...]

Brain Optimizers

Pamela Hartman, Neuro-Wize and Angela Martinucci, Mind Balance are two professionals integrating NeurOptimal Neurofeedback brain in their respective private practices. Pamela Hartman is the founder of Neuro-Wize, an alternative health practice integrating NeurOptimal Neurofeedback Brain Training with PEMF therapy (Pulse Electromagnetic … [Read more...]