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    https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT02306863 no evidence of this so far
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    WBV- Since it looks like you are here to promote vibration machines and your post depicts you as an expert in this field.Can you explain the biomechanics behind whole body vibration therapy?
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    By chance, are you selling vibration machines?
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    NN, have you tried eating a little pickled ginger? I get the fresh kind at a health food store to have on hand. Every once in awhile I find it helpful to have when my stomach is unsettled. You might try it. A little goes a long way
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    Sarakay and California, we're still mobile here, but DH has non tremor PD. I've gotten the leaving the burners on thing under control, but am now dealing with the fridge being left open and now, water faucets turned on and walked away from. It's always something, and I know I have to take a small vacation by myself. Hard to do, but necessary.
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    Sarakay, your husband sounds a lot like mine! Didn't want to do exercise, just sits in his lift chair, seems apathetic or depressed. It has been a struggle doing everything I have to do for him, but I am finally getting some help to come in 1-2 times a week. I am leaving the state this week for a week to attend a family wedding, so he will be going into a care facility on a respite stay. I'm pretty sure it will be a good break for both of us. It sounds like you're taking care of yourself and engaging with friends. Hang in there!
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    I just ran across this verse from the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes in an article I was reading. I've never heard it before, but I can't resist quoting it: "Woe to you, O land, when your king is a child."
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