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Space Walk with Parkinson’s Diagnosis

Watch the video here. Dr. Sanjay Gupta profiles former astronaut Rich Clifford who returned to space after getting a Parkinson’s diagnosis.

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Local residents cycle to help fight Parkinson’s Disease

www.peoriatimes.com Peoria residents Carl and Jordan Ames, a father and son team going by the name of “AMES 2 FINISH,”

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Head Injury, Herbicide, Linked to Parkinson’s Disease in Survey

By LARA SALAHI (@BostonLara), www.abcnews.go.com Adults who reported ever having had a head injury and who were exposed to the herbicide paraquat

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Teacher Gary Sobol knows firsthand that exercise helps people with Parkinson’s disease

By Claire Martin The Denver Post., www.denverpost.com BOULDER — Even after two years ofmedicaland physical therapy to treatParkinson’s disease, Joan Knapp had

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Tell Congress: We Need Cures, Not Cuts!

November 14: National Call-In Day On Wednesday, November 14, the Parkinson’s Action Network, in partnership with thousands of research advocates,

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Vital Signs: Tailor Parkinson’s treatment to the individual

By: Dr. BINIT B. SHAH, www2.dailyprogress.com Tremors, stiffness and slow, awkward movements — these are the visible signs typically associated with Parkinson’s

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Polar Adventurer Eric Larsen Announces Attempt to Go for Another World Record: Bicycling to the Geographic South Pole

Boulder, Colo. (PRWEB) November 03, 2012 In December 2012, Polar Adventurer Eric Larsen will attempt to conquer a new feat:

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Settlement Eases Rules for Some Medicare Patients

By Robert Pear, www.nytimes.com WASHINGTON — Tens of thousands of people with chronic conditions and disabilities may find it easier to

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U.Va. To Test Focused Ultrasound for Treating Parkinson’s Disease

http://news.virginia.edu After a promising clinical trial of focused ultrasound as a potential treatment for essential tremor, the University of Virginia Health

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Masur And Levine On Parkinson’s, Animating Wild Things And Shattering A Stereotype

by ANASTASIA TSIOULCAS, www.npr.org/blogs New York Philharmonic Music Director Emeritus Kurt Masur, 85, has announced that he has been living with

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