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Low vitamin D levels ‘linked to Parkinson’s disease’

www.bbc.co.uk Having low vitamin D levels may increase a person’s risk of developing Parkinson’s disease later in life, say Finnish

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Breakthrough by Irish scientists could lead to cure for Parkinson’s Disease

www.thejournal.ie SCIENTISTS AT TRINITY College have made an important breakthrough that will help treat and possibly cure Parkinson’s Disease. The

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Six hours of activity a week could protect against Parkinson’s Disease, say scientists

By Sarah Knapton, Science Editor, www.telegraph.co.uk Parkinson’s disease could be prevented by upping activity levels, scientists at Sweden’s Karolinska Institute

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Parkinson’s disease symposium features CBS correspondent, former astronaut

www.goupstate.com More than 1 million people in the United States live with Parkinson’s disease, and this week’s Parkinson’s Disease Southern

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Parkinson’s Victory Summit highlights progress on treatment

By Liv Osby, www.citizen-times.com Linda Morgan’s first symptom was a twitching toe. She didn’t think much of it until she

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Chemical discovery could ease Parkinson’s disease patients

By Kelsey Christensen, www.mndaily.com University researchers will soon test a newly discovered compound that may block the disease’s main contributor.

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Daily Life With My Husband Who Suffers From Parkinson’s Disease

By Frédérique Lanneau, www.huffingtonpost.com When it comes to Parkinson’s disease, the body is the main focus. It slows down, changes,

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Early onset Parkinson’s: meet the sufferers living relatively normal lives

By Eleanor Tucker, www.theguardian.com Early-onset Parkinson’s is more common than many imagine and brings unique challenges. People who have found

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Marathon Cyclist Stops in Moulton

By Ginger Grantham News Editor, www.moultonadvertiser.com Most people who meet Steve Quam of Anderson, S.C., are amazed that anyone who

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Second Thoughts on Out-of-Favor Parkinson’s Disease Treatment

By Shirley S. Wang, www.online.wsj.com A Small Number of Patients With Fetal-Cell Transplants Are Thriving Two Decades Later London Several

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