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Tallahassee Celebrates Moving Day by Bringing Awareness to Parkinson's Disease
Dozens of residents laced up their sneakers for a good cause today. It was all part of "Moving Day Tallahasee"...a walk to raise awareness for Parkinson's Disease.
Sat May 18, 2013
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'Popcorn Friday' proceeds aid retired Milton teacher
To help buy retired Milton teacher Jim Rotar a device to help him communicate, make checks payable to Milton Middle School with Jim Rotar in the memo line.
Fri May 17, 2013
Painter's Adoration: Local Artist Struggling from Parkinson's Disease Recognized
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.- Being diagnosed with an incurable disorder could be devastating news.
Accumulation of Alpha-synuclein Causes Colonic Dysmotility...
Accumulation of Alpha-synuclein Causes Colonic Dysmotility Independently of Enteric Nervous Damage in the Early Stage of Parkinson's Disease .
UC researches hearing and speaking of ageing population
At the end of 2011, Statistics New Zealand indicated 13 percent of the population were older than 65, and predicted that, in the next 20 years, the figure would increase to more than 20 percent.
Thu May 16, 2013
Faulty energy production in brain cells leads to disorders ranging...
The link between dysfunctional mitochondria and Parkinson's disease is known, but this new research shows that it is also present in other brain disorders.
SNCA: Major genetic modifier of age at onset of Parkinson's disease.
Age at onset serves as a predictor of progression and mortality in sporadic Parkinson's disease .
Stem cells recovered from cloned human embryos Scientists have...
This undated image made available by the Oregon Health & Science University in May 2013 shows a stem cell colony developed from cloned human embryos.
Saturday: The Backsliders, PKM raise money to battle Parkinson's Disease
Guitarist and producer Mike Gardner may forever be most renowned as one-third of the '80s hard-rock outfit PKM .
U.S. WorldMeds launches Parkinson's related drug trial
Louisville-based pharmaceuticals firm U.S. WorldMeds has launched a clinical trial investigating a drug called Apokyn as a treatment for morning akinesia in Parkinson's disease patients.
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LifeSci Advisors Initiates Coverage of Prothena Corporation
Advisors, LLC, a leading provider of investment research and investor relations services in the life sciences sector, today announced that it has initiated coverage of is now focused on the development of therapeutic antibodies to treat AL and AA amyloidosis , Parkinson's disease , and targeting melanoma cell adhesion molecule for the treatment of ... (more)
Wed May 15, 2013
Ask the Doctors: Parkinson's Disease
In this week's Ask the Doctors segment, we tackle the issue of Parkinson's disease.
How an OHSU cloning breakthrough could treat Parkinson's and MS
Oregon Health & Science University on Wednesday announced a major scientific breakthrough that could accelerate treatments for Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, cardiac disease and spinal injuries.
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Kinesia ProView Launches to Visualize Parkinson's Symptom Response to ...
Kinesia ProView provides a standardized platform to quantitatively assess how symptoms such as tremor, bradykinesia, and dyskinesias change in response to specific DBS settings during outpatient programming procedures.
Stem cells recovered from cloned human embryos
Scientists have finally recovered stem cells from cloned human embryos, a longstanding goal that could lead to new treatments for such illnesses as Parkinson's disease and diabetes.
The Impact of Chemicals in U.S. Waterways
A recent raft of studies has revealed that there are far more unregulated and dangerous chemicals and drugs in U.S. waterways than was perhaps first imagined.
Tue May 14, 2013
Leukemia Drug Prevents Build-Up Of Toxic Brain Protein
Researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center have used tiny doses of a leukemia drug to halt accumulation of toxic proteins linked to Parkinson's disease in the brains of mice.
Mary Munns Healey, 66 and Daughter of Navy Officer, Dies
Mary Munns Healey, 66, died May 4 of complications from Parkinson's disease, among other ailments, according to Legacy.com . Known as Mimi, the daughter of Naval officer David L. Munns was born in Long Beach and moved a great deal in her childhood.
Funding for Parkinson's clinic
A soon to be opened rehab clinic for people suffering Parkinson's disease getting a much needed funding boost from a local hockey hero.
NBC's The Michael J Fox Show Seems Feel-Good, Fresh and Funny [Trailer]
Michael J Fox 's return to television could turn out to be something very special indeed.