- KCTV 5 Kansas City10 hours ago
(Meredith/CNN) -- A diagnosis of traumatic brain injury -- whether mild, moderate or severe -- is associated with an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease as well as ...
- Health.com1 day ago
Dr. Rachel Dolhun, vice president of medical communications for the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, pointed out the lifetime risk of Parkinson ...
- Medscape14 hours ago
Military veterans diagnosed with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) have a 56% increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease (PD), a large, retrospective cohort study shows.
- KOLR - KSFX Ozarks35 minutes ago
But the study in JAMA Psychiatry suggests those effects fade when young people stop using cannabis over time. It looked a large group of veterans who suffered mild to severe traumatic brain injuries.
- ABC News5 hours ago
Overall, Parkinson’s is still very rare. "Even in our study, the vast majority of veterans who had a traumatic brain injury [more than 99 percent] did not get Parkinson’ ...
- 13 News, WVEC Hampton Roads1 day ago
The purpose of the research will be used to help people with neurological diseases, such as Parkinson’s disease.
- EurekAlert!1 day ago
A rear-ender in which the driver's head slams against the steering wheel or a helmet-to-helmet tussle with an opponent on the football field may increase one's risk for Parkinson's ...
- San Antonio Express-News1 day ago
The Texas Biomedical Research Insititute has helped develop drugs to combat Ebola for years. Last June, researchers there teamed up with the Southwest Research Institute to work on medicines to prevent the Ebola virus.
- MSN News4 days ago
When I’m on my medication I have about a two-hour window when I can hide my symptoms and nobody would have a clue that I have Parkinson’s unless you are familiar with the condition.
- Swimming World Magazine4 days ago
“In the three years it took to finish my master’s thesis, I got exposed to the difficulties of living with Parkinson’s Disease through a really close friend of mine,” Mandel said ...