Left-Handed Genetic Variants Linked to Brain Connectivity, Neuropsychiatric Diseases
Genetic variants associated with left-handedness influence brain connectivity and might be related to the pathogenesis of such neuropsychiatric diseases as Parkinson's disease...
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Prostate drug may slow Parkinson's disease
A medicine for enlarged prostates may benefit brain cells damaged by Parkinson's, scientists find.
22 hours ago - BBC
Big data, bench science suggests drug may slow Parkinson's progression in people
A drug used to treat enlarged prostate may also slow the progression of Parkinson's disease, according to a new study.
1 day ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Drug that treats an enlarged prostate may 'slow disability' in Parkinson's sufferers
A team of international scientists, including researchers from Capital Medical University in Beijing, tested the drug terazosin in 13 men with Parkinson's disease.
1 day ago - Daily Mail - 2 articles
Parkinson's patients benefit from “gamified” home exercise
Exercise is always difficult to sustain for more than a short period, in most cases. This is all the more true if you're already sick or in pain, or find movements difficult...
4 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Exercising at Home Combined with Gaming Has a Positive Effect on Parkinson's Patients
Parkinson's patients using motivational games while exercising at home show significantly better cardiovascular fitness and motor disability.
4 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
Home-based exercise has a positive effect on people with Parkinson's disease
Even though exercise is known to be healthy, many people find it difficult to maintain an exercise program for a longer time.
5 days ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Exercising at home has a positive effect on Parkinson's patients
In a large double-blind study, researchers show that patients in the early stages of Parkinson's disease can exercise regularly at home for 6 months. This regular exercise has...
5 days ago - ScienceDaily - 2 articles
Genetic engineering could open possibilities for patients with Parkinson's disease
People with Parkinson's disease experience loss of dopamine-producing brain cells, leading to tremors, rigidity, bradykinesia, and postural instability, the primary symptoms of...
6 days ago - News Medical
Check Out the New Canadian Guideline on Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson Disease Guideline: New Canadian guideline offers practical guidance for physicians, allied health professionals, patients and families on treating and managing...
8 days ago - Medindia Health
The headlines of Master Doctor
Early signs of adulthood type 2 diabetes can be seen in children as young as...
A group of children with genetic traits linked to type 2 diabetes were analysed by University of Bristol. Some molecules in their blood changed from childhood onwards.
At-Risk Men May Also Benefit From Mammograms
A new study argues there's potential benefit in regular mammograms for men who are at high risk of breast cancer.
Smog Particles Can Reach Developing Fetus: Study
Air pollution can penetrate a pregnant woman's placenta and potentially threaten the health of a developing fetus, new research warns.
BOMBSHELL: Global geoengineering experiment pushed by Bill Gates also funded...
The mainstream media is now openly pushing geoengineering and chemtrails as a solution for so-called “global warming,” which is of course a complete hoax to begin with...
Toxic air pollution particles are found in pregnant women's PLACENTAS for...
Researchers led by Hasselt University in Belgium scanned flesh from the placentas of 28 women who lived in areas with varying levels of pollution and found they all had black...
Making Major Decisions While Being Hungry is a Bad Idea
You might want to avoid making any important decisions about the future while being hungry.
Positive Experiences With Teachers or Neighbors can Save Long-term Health of...
Adverse childhood experience can lead to poor health later in life. Positive experiences could work as an anecdote to counter and overcome trauma.
Cancer cells become 'cannibals' and eat other tumor cells to beat...
New research from Tulane University found that some breast cancer cells become 'cannibals' and, instead of multiplying, engulf neighboring cells to stock up on energy in order...
Needle-less Flu Vaccine is Highly Effective
New needle-less flu vaccine patch boosted the immune system much better than a traditional flu shot without any negative side effects
The 10 women who beat breast cancer
The survivors, from Lincolnshire, aged from 47 to 81 and including eight blood relatives, won their battle after 15 years. Joyce Waite, 78, was the first to be diagnosed in 2002.