- Parkinson's Patients Combat Symptoms Through Ballet
- They're all fairly new to ballet, but they also have something else in common: They've all been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease, a progressive disorder that affects the nervous system.
- Making a Difference: Parkinson's organization has grown into invaluable
- Who doesn't remember seeing a young Michael J. Fox in "Family Ties" on TV, or in the "Back to the Future" flicks? And then, 18 years ago, we learned Fox had Parkinson's disease.
- Parkinson's took my voice – now I need to get it back for my daughter's wedding
- People with Parkinson's don't have enough of a chemical called dopamine, because nerve cells inside their brain have died. Without dopamine, sufferers' movements become slower and we experience tremors and muscle stiffness, meaning some days ...
- Stem cell clinical trial for Parkinson's begins
- Announced Monday, it aims to relieve the movement disorders of Parkinson's by replacing the kind of brain cells destroyed in the disease. These cells produce the neurotransmitter dopamine, which enables normal movement.
- Runner with Parkinson's trains for Boston Marathon
- The 58-year-old runner, who has been battling Parkinson's disease for almost a decade, approached the finish line of the 26.2-mile course to music, bells and cheers. But spectators fell quiet when Westphal lost his balance and stumbled to the ground.
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