Parkinson’s disease can’t rob Lakewood Ranch woman of her good days

If she made a list of tools for fighting Parkinson’s disease, Lakewood Ranch’s June Schuer wouldn’t have put a paint brush and stepladder among them. Not until 2014, five years after her diagnosis. Her husband, Stan, had left home to run an errand when June decided to paint a wall of her beautiful Watercrest neighborhood […]

Faucy-Washington: Help for veterans with Parkinson’s

Jack Sloan began serving his country in the U.S. Army infantry after graduating from West Point in 1956. He deployed to Vietnam in 1967. He was one of more than 2.7 million military service personnel who served in Vietnam. Jack’s tour was cut short due to a serious combat injury in June 1968; he was […]