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  • What’s Hot in PD? Tips Every Parkinson’s Patient Who is Considering Stem Cell Transplantion Should Consider
    Hope is something that is critical for everyone living with Parkinson’s disease.Hope for improvement in symptoms. Hope for a better life. Hope for a treatment that may one day arrest disease progression or even deliver a cure. We should embrace hope, but we should also protect everyone living with Parkinson’s ... read more
    Source: National Parkinson FoundationPublished on 2017-03-06By National Parkinson Foundation
  • What’s Hot in PD? Tips Every Parkinson’s Patient Who is Considering Stem Cell Transplantion Should Consider
    Hope is something that is critical for everyone living with Parkinson’s disease.Hope for improvement in symptoms. Hope for a better life. Hope for a treatment that may one day arrest disease progression or even deliver a cure. We should embrace hope, but we should also protect everyone living with Parkinson’s ... read more
    Source: National Parkinson FoundationPublished on 2017-03-06By National Parkinson Foundation
  • Michael J Fox inspires Parkinson’s community with Oscars appearance
    Michael J Fox and Seth Rogen inspired millions across the globe with their heart-warming cameo at the Oscars – while the latter wore the Nike Mag sneakers that raised nearly US$7m for Parkinson’s An estimated 32.9 million viewers tuned in to watch the 89th Academy Awards Oscars, where actors Michael ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2017-03-02By admin
  • 11 landmark moments in the history of Parkinson’s disease
    With World Parkinson’s Day fast approaching on 11 April – and the #UniteForParkinsons campaign underway – Parkinson’s Life take a look back at some of the most significant landmarks in Parkinson’s disease history From the first experiments with levodopa more than 50 years ago to the revolutionary development of deep ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2017-03-02By admin
  • 83-year-old invents Parkinson’s ‘retainer’ to deliver oral levodopa via the mouth
    A tiny, non-invasive pump that clips onto teeth could be the first device to continuously deliver oral levodopa to people with Parkinson’s “I would love to see the device widely used by people, while I’m still alive,” says Dr Adam Heller. The 83-year-old research professor at the University of Texas, ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2017-03-01By admin
  • John Pepper’s 2017 Speaking Tour of USA
    What follows is an announcement of a USA speaking tour by John Pepper, one of my guests on Parkinsons Recovery Radio who has found remarkable ways to reverse his own symptoms of Parkinson’s disease. Robert Rodgers PhD Road to Recovery from Parkinsons Disease  John Pepper’s USA Speaking Tour John Pepper ... read more
    Source: ParkinsonsRecovery.comPublished on 2017-02-26By manabunnow4zph
  • How to Choose a Physical Therapist for PD
    Posting for Dr. Hackney this month is Cameron Jadali, PT, DPT, a physical therapist working at Emory University where he teaches in their doctorate of physical therapy program, conducts PD research with Dr. Lucas McKay, treats PD patients in the Movement Disorders Clinic, and receives specialty training to become a ... read more
    Source: PD GladiatorsPublished on 2017-02-24By Madeleine Hackney
  • Parkinson’s and the Pan American Community
    This week, members of our team are in Florida for an exciting first-time medical meeting, the Pan American Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Congress. It brings together a subset of a global group of professionals who research and treat movement disorders, including Parkinson’s. Scientists and health professionals are gathering at ... read more
    Source: National Parkinson FoundationPublished on 2017-02-24By cwhitlock
  • Bread rosettes with spinach, feta and oregano
    Make your own bread substitute with the addition of delicious and healthy vegetables. This dish is rich in fibre and its also soft, making it easy to digest Ingredients For 12 rosettes 500g whole wheat flour 500g spinach leaves 200g crumbled feta 20g fresh or 2 packets of dry yeast ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2017-02-22By admin
  • March 2017
    4 Wine tasting, Surrey, UK If you’re a fan of fine wines, head to this wine tasting event held in aid of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust. Tickets are £20 per person. 5 2017 Los Angeles Fox Trot 5K Run/Walk presented by Team Fox, California, US Raise money via Team Fox and join ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2017-02-22By admin
  • Fast-acting inhalable levodopa produces positive results in clinical trial
    Results from the phase III trial of an inhalable form of levodopa called CVT-301 are promising A form of inhalable levodopa could be one step closer to becoming a new, fast-acting Parkinson’s treatment, after results from the phase III trial showed improvement in the motor functions of people with Parkinson’s during ... read more
    Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2017-02-22By admin
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