Organs-On- A-Chip: A Novel Approach to Studying Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Biological engineers at MIT are using a new technique to study various organs and their interaction with our immune system. According to a recent article in Science Daily, the researchers…

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New Tech can help Distinguish Between Multiple System Atrophy and Parkinson’s Disease
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New Tech can help Distinguish Between Multiple System Atrophy and Parkinson’s Disease

According to a story from Medical Xpress, a new technological approach developed at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston will allow doctors to distinguish between Parkinson's disease…

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“I’m 38. I Can’t Have Parkinson’s:” A Chronic Illness Story From the Czech Republic
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“I’m 38. I Can’t Have Parkinson’s:” A Chronic Illness Story From the Czech Republic

It started with fatigue. Then came problems with moving, hand tremors and problems walking. Multiple sclerosis was ruled out by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). But the trouble didn’t go away.…

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Study Suggests That Heritable Parkinson’s Disease is More Prevalent Than Expected

According to a story from Parkinson's News Today, the results of a global, online survey appear to indicate that genetically based, inherited Parkinson's disease is actually more common than the…

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New Sensor Technology Can Detect Medication Response Automatically for Parkinson’s Disease Patients
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New Sensor Technology Can Detect Medication Response Automatically for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

According to a story from EurekAlert!, effective management of Parkinson's disease can be a serious challenge. Part of the reason that the management of the illness is so difficult is…

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Can an App Play Doctor? The Surprising Answer for Hydrocephalus and Parkinson’s
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Can an App Play Doctor? The Surprising Answer for Hydrocephalus and Parkinson’s

A breakthrough app won the Henry Ford Health System’s first artificial intelligence challenge. A team from Israel developed the app to assist in monitoring conditions such as Parkinson’s and hydrocephalus.…

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There’s $12.7 Million Behind This New Parkinson’s Hypothesis
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There’s $12.7 Million Behind This New Parkinson’s Hypothesis

A new biotech company in Philadelphia called Enterin announced recently that their company has raised a whopping $12.7 million to support the hypothesis that Parkinson's disease starts in the gut,…

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Breaking News in Parkinson’s Disease Research
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Breaking News in Parkinson’s Disease Research

There's some new information available about Parkinson's disease, and researchers are really excited about it. Earlier this month, researchers found that visual system changes in recently diagnosed Parkinson's patients can…

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