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Innovo Publishing LLC Releases Carson and His Shaky Paws Grampa by Kirk Hall

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Innovo Publishing LLC Releases Carson and His Shaky Paws Grampa by Kirk Hall. Summary / Description: Innovo Publishing LLC

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Coffee vs. Tea: Which Is Healthier?

Published October 11, 2011 FoxNews.com Q: I wanted to know if coffee or tea is better for you? A: For this question,

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How the Brain Chooses: Secrets From Parkinson’s Disease

By MAIA SZALAVITZ Tuesday, October 11, 2011 www.time.com How do you make a tough choice? For most people, the answer is to

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Allison Smith-Conway: Summoning Strength through Sharing

When Allison Smith-Conway was diagnosed with Parkinson’s at the age of 32, she got serious about looking for role models

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Davis Phinney Foundation Extends Popular Living Well Challange™ Webinar with New Webisodes on Living Well with Parkinson’s Disease

The Foundation Invites All People Affected by Parkinson’s Disease to “Take the Challenge” Boulder, CO, October 5, 2011 – The

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Drug-like molecules aimed at improving treatment of Parkinson’s

By Bill Snyder, Vanderbilt University News@Vanderbilt, news.vanderbilt.edu Researchers at Vanderbilt University Medical Center have achieved a milestone in the development

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Consumer Reports: Measuring Caffeine Amounts

October 1, 2011   Hartford Courant – www.courant.com Caffeine is complicated. On one hand, moderate coffee drinking can reduce the risk of

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Parkinson’s sufferers get the blues

JANINE SHAMOS, Mail&GuardianOnline   For people with Parkinson’s disease depression is common and disabling. It is also the most overlooked

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YouTube depictions of movement disorders often inaccurate

By Jennifer LaRude Huget, www.washingtonpost.com In a letter to the editor published Thursday in the New England Journal of Medicine, physicians from

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Sniffing Out Parkinson’s

September 22, 2011 By: Christine Buckley, CLAS Today, today.uconn.edu A team of neuroscientists in UConn’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences has

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