Bowel Training for Constipation Relief

If you’re having trouble with your bowels and are plagued by constipation, a bowel training program can help. Bowel problems may be a digestive health issue you want to keep to yourself, and you may try to deal with any discomfort or embarrassment on your own. But a more effective way to find relief from constipation is by seeing your doctor for … [Read more...]

Are you Deficient in Magnesium?

A Care2.com favorite by: Michelle Schoffro Cook Magnesium is the partner mineral to calcium. Typically, wherever calcium is needed in the body, magnesium is also required. Magnesium is Nature’s relaxation and anti-stress mineral, since it plays an important role in helping our bodies combat stress. It is necessary for healthy artery, blood, … [Read more...]

Trump Calls for Massive Cut in Medicaid

New budget proposal also would slash health research funding by: David Frank, AARP, May 23, 2017 PRO Publisher’s Note: With the cost of caring for an advanced stage person with Parkinson’s at an average of $8,515 per month or $102,180 per year, the following article may bring concern to you. Very often persons with Parkinson’s and their … [Read more...]

EXERCISE- Medically Proven to Slow Down Parkinson’s Progression

ROCK STEADY BOXING- DESERT CITIES Gloria Landau, Head Coach As we all know, there are several medications that can temporarily relieve the symptoms of Parkinson’s, but exercise is the only treatment that has actually been medically proven to slow the progression of Parkinson’s. So, why boxing? Several medical studies on exercise and Parkinson’s … [Read more...]

June Inspiration Corner

By: Audrey Hepburn For attractive lips, speak words of kindness. For lovely eyes, seek out the good in people. For a slim figure, share your food with the hungry. For poise, walk with the knowledge that you never walk alone. People, even more than things, must be restored, renewed, revived, reclaimed, and redeemed; never throw out … [Read more...]