Neurologists in the US suggest irregular arm swings while walking could be an early sign of Parkinson's disease and scientific measurement of such a suspected symptom could help diagnose the disease earlier, giving greater opportunity to slow brain cell damage and disease … [Read more...] about Irregular Arm Swing Could Be Early Sign Of Parkinson’s
In a new twist on the Parkinson’s medication front, studies are now showing that two drugs targeting the condition can actually result in an unexpected condition: heart valve damage. These surprising findings have just been published in the New England Journal of … [Read more...] about Are These Two Parkinson’s Drugs Safe for Your Heart?
A new study seems to have proven that something you use on your lawn and garden could be a source of Parkinson’s disease. More specifically, men could be at risk from these suspect products — not women. I’m talking about pesticides — the stuff you put on … [Read more...] about Pesticides Could Make Men, Not Women, More Prone to Parkinson’s Disease
The latest finding in regards to Parkinson’s research might not seem like a big deal, but it does point to some essential diagnostic and treatment information. Out of Florida — home to a huge contingent of senior citizens — the study looked at a condition that … [Read more...] about Apathy: Looking at the Mind of the Parkinson’s Patient
Parkinson disease can be difficult to recognize. The cause of this progressive disease is unknown despite decades of rigorous research and study. Early signs of the illness may go overlooked and can be mild. However, diagnosing Parkinson’s disease early can increase a … [Read more...] about Parkinson Disease Can Be Difficult to Recognize