Following my baby’s birth I thought I was headed in the right direction with nursing. Most of the medical professionals I interacted with following delivery voiced no concerns. However, after a few weeks of breastfeeding I noticed my baby was struggling.
June is Men’s Health Month, and it’s time to talk about something that often gets swept under the rug: prostate cancer. The Prostate Network shares some facts about the state of this issue in the U.S. and some tips from survivors who have walked and are walking this journey today.
During this time of uncertainty, many of us have experienced newfound obstacles or barriers to communication due to a switch to working and/or schooling from home. The current circumstances have also impeded our ability to participate in our usual activities and socialize with those we love.
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.