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Health: Spotlight on Parkinsons Disease

As Parkinsons Awareness Week gets underway, LAURA MCMULLAN finds out more about why we must be more aware of exactly how this condition can affect sufferers

Parkinson's treatments discussed at conference

People with Parkinson' s Disease and their caregivers learned about safety techniques and new treatment methods available at a conference on the disease Sunday in Anderson.

Parkinsons disease: The importance of exercise

HIGH POINT, N.C. — Research has shown that increased intensity, duration and frequency of activity/exercise can significantly improve function and mobility for Parkinsons ...

How Brain Pacemakers Treat Parkinson's Disease

Figuring out how deep brain stimulation actually works may lead to next-generation implants

Parkinson's patient experiences symptom relief with new medication

( University of Kentucky ) Marion Cox was experiencing the expected decline in the potency of his medications for Parkinson' s disease when his doctor offered him a spot in a...

Acting Out Dreams Is Often Early Sign of Parkinson's Disease

A rare sleep disorder that makes people act out their dreams may be an early warning of a deadly neurological illness, a new review of previous research suggests. About half...

New treatment shows promise in easing symptoms of Parkinson's disease

To date, a cure for Parkinson' s disease remains elusive for the more than 50,000 Americans diagnosed yearly, despite decades of intensive study. But a newly approved...

James Cook University Hospital Parkinson's Disease team join £1.5m pioneering scheme

Team selected by Health Foundation to be part of programme aimed at improving patient care and the way people manage their own health

Manitoulin Island marks Parkinsons Superwalk

Pictured at the Parkinsons Disease Awareness Month Proclamation meeting are Marilyn Proulx RN, Rachel Smith, volunteer Doreen Duncanson, Marg Elliot, Mark Smith, Marie and...

Parkinson's sufferers tell of public 'hostility'

SCOTS suffering from Parkinson's disease say they have experienced hostility and rudeness from members of the public because of their condition.