Scientists Make Breakthrough in Cell Therapy That Could Help Cure Parkinson’s
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Scientists Make Breakthrough in Cell Therapy That Could Help Cure Parkinson’s

A new study detailed in Nature, involving synthetically replicating certain cell activity has been hailed as a major breakthrough in developing therapies for many neurological disease – Parkinson’s chiefly among…

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Parkinson’s: Men and Women Vary, So Why Wouldn’t Treatment?
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Parkinson’s: Men and Women Vary, So Why Wouldn’t Treatment?

Parkinson’s disease can effect each individual differently. Robin Morgan PhD, seeks to determine the main differences between woman and men experiencing Parkinson’s. Based on her studies, she states that women with Parkinson's…

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How to Do the PD Talk with Kids
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How to Do the PD Talk with Kids

Children are full of wonderment and awe. Question after question after question (yes, the list is usually long), it can be exhausting answering every inquiry, but somewhere inside each adult,…

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Editor’s Choice: Suddenly Sleepy and Beautifully Broken

Welcome back to Editor's Choice! This week we have an interesting take on Parkinson's treatment. We also have an empowering article from one of PW's rare disease contributors. We are all feeling the…

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Why Treatment for Parkinson’s Excludes Half of the World’s Population
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Why Treatment for Parkinson’s Excludes Half of the World’s Population

It's really important to be able to recognize the signs Parkinson's disease in women. Most people identify Parkinson’s as an “old man’s illness;” yet thousands of women are diagnosed with Parkinson’s…

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Cutting Board Chops Kitchen Time in Half for Parkinson’s Patients
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Cutting Board Chops Kitchen Time in Half for Parkinson’s Patients

Some people diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease or symptoms of dystonia may feel like they’re living in world that’s rapidly shrinking. As their shaking, tremors, and involuntary muscle contractions increase over…

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