Pureed and Thickened Liquids Made Fun with Blend Jet

Recently, I had to be on a diet of liquids and exceptionally smooth food for a couple of weeks following a wisdom tooth extraction and an additional dental procedure. I was not looking forward to it because I’m someone who likes a lot of texture in my food like...

A Hard Pill to Swallow: when taking medications pose a risk.

Anyone attending a Parkinson’s support group meeting or seminar will recognize the familiar sound of alarms going off signaling time to take medication. And what follows is a common sight. A pill gets popped into one’s mouth with a sip of water, leaving me...

The mouth-gut relationship and the development of disease

At a recent Journal club, hosted by a local Neurologist, we were joined by a dentist who reviewed some research findings suggesting that Periodontal disease was modestly associated with incident MCI (mild cognitive impairment) and dementia in a community-based cohort...

Drooling’s Association with Quality of Life in Parkinson’s

Although medication advancements and surgical interventions such as deep brain stimulation (DBS) have provided significant improvement in managing the motor symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, the non-motor symptoms, which can include drooling, dysphagia, sleep...

Join the Resistance Movement and Strengthen Your Breathing Muscles

“I use the Breather to train and strengthen my diaphragm” Roger (Breather®FIT with Manometer) Roger is retired from broadcasting, and he doesn’t want Parkinson’s to rob him of his voice. Resistance Training for the Breathing Muscles Skeletal muscles are reactors and...
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