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A telemedicine case study tries virtual house calls in patients with Parkinson’s disease

by Deanna Pogorelc, www.medcitynews.com Virtual house calls are feasible and well-received among people with Parkinson’s disease, according to a telemedicine case study

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Congratulations to Davis Phinney, recipient of the 2014 Alan Bonander Humanitarian Award

www.unitywalk.org Philanthropist, Parkinson’s advocate, author, media personality, athlete; at 54 years old, Davis Phinney has accomplished himself throughout his diverse

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Free LSVT Speech Treatment for Parkinson’s Symposium in Boulder, CO

You are invited to attend a two-hour interactive symposium on speech disorders and speech treatment for people with Parkinson disease (PD). This

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Fungus ‘may cause symptoms of Parkinson’s disease’

www.medicalnewstoday New research has suggested that a compound often exuded by fungus could be linked to symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.

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Parkinson’s Institute needs volunteers for study

Sunnyvale Sun, http://www.mercurynews.com/my-town/ci_24422043/sunnyvale-shorts-parkinsons-institute-needs-volunteers-study The Parkinson’s Institute and Clinical Center of Sunnyvale announced that it will be one of 23 official clinical

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Outdoor path helps improve physical, mental well-being for people with Parkinson’s disease

www.wctrib.com WILLMAR — A winding brick walkway and garden is helping people with Parkinson’s disease gain strength, balance and confidence

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Three Charts (And A Few Words) On The Rise Of Electric Bikes

by KRISHNADEV CALAMUR, www.npr.org We told you last week about how bicycles are outselling new cars in almost every European country. When

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U.S. clinical trial begun for treatment of Parkinson’s Disease

www.signalscv.com Boston Scientific is conducting clinical trials in the United States for a system that improves motor function in people

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A Trojan Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease

By Abdul-Kareem Ahmed, MIT Technology Review, www.technologyreview.com Scientists use immune cells to smuggle molecules across the blood-brain barrier in the hopes

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Carina and Her Care Partner Gramma is Now Available

Carina and Her Care Partner Gramma, the second book in the Shaky Paws Grampa series, was written to address Parkinson’s

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