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Elaine Benton: The Davis Phinney Foundation

Friday, April 18, 2014 The Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinson’s By Elaine Benton I have been writing once a week

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PAUL RUBY FOUNDATION FOR PARKINSON’S DISEASE TO MERGE WITH DAVIS PHINNEY FOUNDATION

Davis Phinney Foundation to become sole beneficiary of Sub-5 Ride for Parkinson’s BOULDER, CO, April 3, 2014 – More than

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Researchers identify biological process that triggers Parkinson’s disease

By Nicole Kwan, FoxNews.com New research has identified a biological ‘trigger’ for Parkinson’s disease. The findings, published in the journal

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Inspiration for Parkinson’s Awareness Month

How will you make a difference during Parkinson’s Awareness Month? We challenge you to start by looking inside yourself. This

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Max Little on diagnosing Parkinson’s by voice

SCIENCE 13 MARCH 14  by DAN SMITH Max Little is an applied mathematician and statistician based at Aston University. He is best known for

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Touring Sufferlandria: Cycling, running for a cause

By Jenni Grubbs, www.fortmorgantimes.com Valley View Villa doctor holds fundraiser FORT MORGAN — — Understanding the level of suffering someone

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Dance for Parkinson’s classes in Boulder & Wheat Ridge, CO

 In Dance for Parkinson’s, participants explore movement and music in ways that are enjoyable, stimulating and creative. Dance is appropriate

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Researchers ID more pesticides linked to Parkinson’s, gene that increases risk

By Kim Irwin  www.ucla.edu   Studies have shown that certain pesticides can increase people’s risk of developing Parkinson’s disease. Now,

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More Pesticides Linked to Parkinson’s Risk

http://consumer.healthday.com Study also found that genes affect the level of risk MONDAY, Feb. 3, 2014 (HealthDay News) — Researchers say

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High-intensity strength training shows benefit for Parkinson’s patients

By Bob Shepard, www.uab.edu Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham say that high-intensity strength training produced significant improvements

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