Sometimes we as human try to control everything around us. But reality is we cannot control everything but at least we can control those things that are in the circle of our limitations. Problems are everywhere in the world.  Some people allow their problems to control their life but some people do not allow problem […]

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“The first step toward change is awareness. The second step is acceptance.” This quote shows that how important it is to accept what you are and never ever to give up.  Acceptance is a key to faith, faith in you. If you accept the reality with faith in yourself you can beat even the incurable […]

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1 in 68 people in the United States are currently diagnosed the Autism. This means that for a multitude of reasons, people affected have difficulties communicating and socializing with other people. People with Autism interact with others differently, which has made it harder for them to adjust to societal norms and expectations. There are some cases […]

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In a major victory for advocates of autistic and their caregivers, the Office of Personnel Management, essentially the federal government’s HR arm, announced in March that applied behavioral analysis would be a mandated benefit for all federal employee health care packages moving forward. By 2017, all insurance providers offering policies in partnership with the federal […]

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Here at My Angel My Hero, we’re at an exciting new opportunity. Since 2009, we’ve grown from a way one man kept himself busy to a library of more than 30 videos documenting and supporting Parkinson’s patients, and we’re ready to branch out and do even more. We aim to be the premier platform for making […]

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Great news in the world of Parkinson’s!  A group of researchers in Australia have recently found a way to test blood that can diagnose Parkinson’s Disease. This is a giant step in research for Parkinson’s and has great implications for the future of how the disease will be treated. Why is this so great? Aren’t […]

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McGill University’s Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, known affectionately as “The Neuro,” offers promising research in the fight against Parkinson’s. (Wikimedia) Deep in the heart of downtown Montreal lies the future of Parkinson’s research. McGill University’s Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, founded in 1934 and known affectionately as “The Neuro,” is one of the world’s […]

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There are so many different things people can do to make their Parkinson’s Disease easier to deal with. Some people dance, other’s swim, and some people have found the powers of Art Therapy to be effective. Art Therapy is used when people want to work with and through a disability. It can be used for […]

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A Crossfitter walks away confidently after a successful snatch lift. (Credit: YouTube) Crossfit, the wildly popular but endlessly controversial fitness routine/lifestyle that has swept the nation since the early 2000s, has its proponents and detractors in the general and fitness-oriented media. Not until recently, however, has its role in Parkinson’s fitness been explored. New research is […]

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Average daily tasks, like using utensils to eat, can be a struggle for people living with Parkinson’s. Fortunately, multiple products are available, either for purchase or DIY, to make their lives a little bit easier. The first thing that comes to mind is the task of eating. For people with Parkinson’s, eating can turn into a […]

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(Credit: Reuters) This image shows medical marijuana used for medical purpose only. Medical marijuana may have applications in the fight against Parkinson’s. (Wikimedia) With health care and drug use both the source of contentious political debate, it makes sense that medical marijuana is an ongoing source of controversy. Advocates see a cheap, potent alternative to […]

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People who live with Parkinson’s Disease (PD) have to take a plethora of medications to be able to live a life as healthy as possible. However, there are other routes people take when coping with the difficulties that the disease brings. We wanted to highlight a few of them for you to see what options […]

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