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Breastfeeding Awareness Month

I’ve wanted to be a mother since I was a little girl. While most other pre-teens were wishing for sports cars, I jumped right into longing for my first mini-van. It took me a little longer to get there, but in 2010, my husband and I found ourselves expecting our first child.  While I hadn’t previously spent much time considering how I would feed my baby, upon reading about breastfeeding we decided it was the right choice for our family.

How to Connect and Thrive (While Social Distancing) and Live Well with Parkinson’s

When two of the most essential actions taken to live well with Parkinson’s are to connect with others face-to-face and be physically active every day, telling someone to practice social distancing can feel like taking away a lifeline.