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My bad shoulder was Parkinson’s

After four years in agony, Heidi Reynolds discovered a shocking reason for her pain…
Heidi thought Parkinson’s was an ‘old person’s disease’

When I first felt a dull ache in my shoulder, even doctors didn’t think anything was seriously wrong. why would they?

Back in summer 2009, I was 32 and I’d just gone from a size 18 to a 14 after taking up running. And with trips to the gym four times a week, perhaps it was only natural I’d overdone things. I expected my right shoulder to heal quickly, but it didn’t.

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KATE'S FEARS "I'LL NEVER LIVE UP TO DIANA" Next week sees the Duchess of Cambridge face one of her biggest challenges yet, as she’s set to host a charity gala for East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices at Houghton Hall in Norfolk, just a stone’s thrown from her home at Anmer Hall. The pressure is undoubtedly on for Kate to bring in big donations for the charity. But it’s a whole other set of expectations that is causing problems, as, yet again, her efforts will almost certainly be compared to the famous charitable endeavours of her late mother-in-law, Princess Diana. But palace insiders tell Woman that Kate, 34, is determined to shake off those unhelpful comparisons once and for all.