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Parkinson’s and Men’s Health

Receiving a Parkinson’s diagnosis affects people differently. When Parkinson’s comes into your life, you may be uncertain about what the future holds for you and your loved ones. Every hour […]

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Simone’s early Parkinson’s diagnosis

The first red flag for Simone that her life was about to change was an unsettling conversation she had while working for an accounting firm, back in 2013: “One day […]

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Team Lee getting ready for Unity Walk in the Park

Karen Lee is just one of the proud 6 children of Bob and Rhonda Lee. Together they have embraced Bob aged 77 and his diagnosis of Parkinson’s with the typical […]

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Colin is a beacon of hope

Colin Woodcroft was a young man of only 50 years old when he found out that he had Parkinson’s. Like many others, he wasn’t expecting that diagnosis. He had no […]

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Help us give people answers

When you’re told you or someone you love has Parkinson’s first there’s shock, then the questions. Julie takes enquiries from people with Parkinson’s and their families as one of the […]

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Fundraising for my dad

Kate Marshall’s dad, Peter was diagnosed with Parkinson’s about 12 years ago. At the time he was supremely fit, an avid cyclist, runner and swimmer. Even now, Kate says he […]

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Exercise Tips for Parkinson’s

We all know that for anyone with Parkinson’s, exercise is a vital part of the daily routine. But it doesn’t have to be repetitive or boring! It can be as […]

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Runner supports ailing mate

The NSW Unity Walk and Run is a great opportunity to support the people you know who have Parkinson’s Disease. Check out this article in the Wollondilly Advertiser about runner […]

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