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2002 and Earlier
Eat well, stay well with Parkinson's disease: A nutrition
handbook for people with Parkinson's (1998). For consumers,
this guide helps people with Parkinson's disease to stay out
of the hospital. It also provides easy to understand explanations and useful tips for managing
a number of nutrition-related problems experienced by patients with
Parkinson's. Five Star Living, Inc. (970) 493-6532.
Resources. For professionals and
consumers, this website provides
resources, books and tapes on Parkinson's disease.
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