Exercise May Aid Parkinson's Disease, but Make It Intense
Vigorous treadmill exercise was safe and slowed progression of Parkinson's disease, a new study reports.
15 hours ago - NY Times
Specialized physiotherapy provides many benefits for patients with Parkinson's disease
Specialized ParkinsonNet physiotherapy leads to better care at lower costs. This is the conclusion of large-scale research conducted by the CZ healthcare insurance company and...
17 hours ago - News Medical
Genetic Change in DNA Associated With Movement Disorder
X-linked dystonia parkinsonism is a rare movement disorder that is found to be due to changes in the DNA.
18 hours ago - Medindia Health
Tapeworm drug could provide new hope for patients with Parkinson's disease
Researchers at Cardiff University, in collaboration with the University of Dundee, have identified a drug molecule within a medicine used to treat tapeworm infections which...
1 day ago - News Medical - 3 articles
High-intensity exercise delays Parkinson's progression
High-intensity exercise three times a week is safe for individuals with early-stage Parkinson's disease and decreases worsening of motor symptoms, according to a new phase 2...
1 day ago - ScienceDaily - 4 articles
Vigorous Exercise May Hold Benefit in Early Parkinson's
Intense, but not moderate, exercise in early-stage disease may delay disease worsening
1 day ago - MedPageToday - 4 articles
Vigorous Exercise May Help Slow Parkinson's Disease
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1 day ago - MedlinePlus - 4 articles
Regular high-intensity exercise may stall Parkinson's symptoms
Results of a phase II clinical trial suggest that high-intensity exercise may help to delay the progression of motor symptoms in Parkinson's disease.
1 day ago - Medical News Today - 4 articles
FDA Clears Deep-Brain Stimulation System for Parkinson's
The Vercise implantable pulse generator is the smallest rechargeable DBS device available in the United States and, depending on individual use, can have a battery life of more...
1 day ago - Medscape
DNA element may cause rare movement disorder
A team of researchers has identified a specific genetic change that may be the cause of a rare but severe neurological disorder called X-linked dystonia parkinsonism.
1 day ago - ScienceDaily
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Salma Hayek: ‘Harvey Weinstein Is My Monster Too'
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Anti-smoking posters may make teens want to smoke more
Behavioral scientists at RAND Corporation who conducted the study said they believe it could be a defensive reaction from teens who don't want to be told what to do.
Labeling matters: New study shows "snack foods" contribute to overeating
Food labels might not seem like a big deal, but more often than not, their messages and keywords shape your eating habits. Professor Jane Ogden and researchers from the...
ADHD medication could cause birth defects
Children exposed to ADHD drugs like Ritalin in the first trimester are more likely to have heart deformities, according to a new study by the Brigham and Women's Hospital.
Mum of baby born with heart outside body on This Morning
Speaking on This Morning from Glenfield Hospital, Leicester, Naomi Findlay told how she was desperate to cradle daughter Vanellope Hope for the first time.
New Therapeutic Approach May Stop Breast Cancer Metastasis And Recurrence
FDA approved drugs can stop the spread of breast cancer and prevent cancer recurrence by targeting stem-like tumor cells that play key role in metastasis.
The top wellness trends for 2018, revealed by Pinterest
In anticipation of the New Year, Pinterest have put together a list of the top wellness trends for 2018 - and there's plenty to enjoy.
Centralized Chronic Disease Management Improves Patient Outcomes
Population health management programs that have centralized support can improve outcomes for patients with diabetes, cardiovascular disease or hypertension.
Natural Cell Death - Risk for Diabetes and Heart Diseases
High plasma levels of circulating markers of apoptotic cell death are associated with increased risk for diabetes and cardiovascular disease.