1. Sossusvlei


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    Mirrored panoramas, inverted luminosities, ancient instruments, and natural sounds form this meditation on observation. A single moving image appears reduced to changing elements of light and dark, form and anti-form. Yet, like many things in the Namib desert, not everything is what it seems.

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    • "The Huntington's Disease Project: Removing the Mask"


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      WeHaveAFace.org - The Huntington's Disease Project! We still need your help and support to complete the final stage of the independent film! Please consider donating! www.WeHaveAFace.org/donate

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      • Parkinson's Western Australia


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        You may think you know about Parkinson's. Please watch until the end. (08) 9346 7373 info@parkinsonswa.org.au

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        • Outdoor Mindset Overview


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          Outdoor Mindset Overview

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          • Parkinson's Western Australia - Support Groups


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            Parkinson's is a lifelong condition, but it doesn't have to mean big changes for your life. Parkinson's Western Australia offers yoga, tai chi, and singing classes to members and their family carers. We have classes north and south of the river and welcome people of all ages and abilities. Keeping active and staying involved in community activities is essential for people with Parkinson's - our nurses live by the mantra 'move it or lose it'. Our 17 support groups cover the Perth metropolitan and South-West WA regions and offer a supportive environment for people with Parkinson's. Support groups have been established in regional centres including Mandurah, Bunbury and Busselton and meet every month. If you or someone you know would benefit from joining one of our activities or groups please contact the Parkinson's Western Australia office on: (08) 9346 7373 info@parkinsonswa.org.au

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            • Neurological Warm Up


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              This video is about Neurological Warm Up and activating the Cerebellum. In Latin, the word cerebellum means little brain. The cerebellum is the area of the hindbrain that controls motor movement coordination, balance, equilibrium and muscle tone. The cerebellum contains hundreds of millions of neurons for processing data. It relays information between body muscles and areas of the cerebral cortex that are involved in motor control. Complex movement patterns as shown in the video help to stimulate the cerebellum which will have a direct impact on a persons movement skills including balance, muscle activation and range of motion. Performing the routine prior to exercise will help both warm up the body for the activity as well as activate the cerebellum and assist on whole coordinated movement.

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              • Updates on Lysosomal Storage Diseases (LSDs)


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                In this webinar, Dr. Walkley provides a comprehensive overview of: Lysosomal proteins implicated in disease, Pathogenic cascade complexity, Heterogeneity of lysosomal storage, Autophagy, Endocytosis, Ectopic, Dendritogenesis, Neuroaxonal dystrophy, Events outside of the lysosome, Secondary hyperactivity of enzymes, Lysosomal rupture, Exocytosis, & Nutrient Sensing Dr. Walkley is a Professor in the Dominick Purpura Department of Neuroscience, the Pathology Department, and the Neurology Department, all at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, in the Bronx. He is also the Director of the Rose F. Kennedy Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center. Dr. Walkley has done groundbreaking research on juvenile and other forms of Batten disease, Niemann-Pick Type C Disease, and several other lysosomal diseases.

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                • CNI Virtual Tour


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                  Carondelet Neurological Instutue Virtual Tour

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                  • From Queensland and Invercargill to the INR in Boca Raton, Florida September 11, 2014


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                    Please see http://www.strokebreakthrough.com for more detailed information. Copyright 2014 INR PLLC, all rights reserved, INR PLLC, Boca Raton, Florida. 720p video version. Two families, one from Queensland, Australia and the other from Invercargill, New Zealand, discuss their spouses improvements following treatment within the past week at the Institute of Neurological Recovery in Boca Raton, 5 years and 3 years after stroke, respectively. Begins with husband discussing his wife Katie's improvements following treatment, and the reduced caregiver burden. Please be advised that individual results vary and some patients do not respond to treatment. Chronic neurological dysfunction produced by stroke and traumatic brain injury has long been thought to be irreversible. A new scientific discovery by the INR, as documented in the video above, now promises to change current thinking about the potential for recovery of function, even years after the acute event. Disclaimer: Individual results vary, not all patients respond. Continuing maintenance treatment may be necessary to maintain the clinical response. Treatment for this indication is off-label. Please see the Terms of Use (http://www.strokebreakthrough.com/about-the-institute/terms-of-use/ ). The method of treatment utilized is a patented invention of the INR. Issued and pending U.S. and foreign patents, including, but not limited to, U.S. 6419944, 6537549, 6982089, 7214658, 7629311, 8119127 and 8236306, all assigned to TACT IP, LLC; and Australian patent 758523.

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                    • Bob the Elephant PSA - Huntington's Disease


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                      Bob the Elephant #HDTalkingAnimals talks about #HuntingtonsDisease and the future documentary! Please donate: www.WeHaveAFace.org/donate

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