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Regular Exercise Found to Slow Decline in Parkinson’s Disease

http://www.mdscongress2015.org SAN DIEGO – Regular exercise and increasing physical activity is associated with a slower decline in quality of life

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FDA approves St. Jude’s brain implant for Parkinson’s disease

www.reuters.com The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said it approved a brain implant from St. Jude Medical Inc that helps

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Senator Isakson Running for Reelection Receives Support Over His Battle with Parkinson’s Disease

By Katrina Jørgensen, www.ijreview.com Senator John Hardy “Johnny” Isakson (R) announced Wednesday that he would be running for reelection in

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CU Parkinson’s research could revolutionize treatment

By Jaclyn Allen, www.thedenverchannel.com BOULDER, Colo. – Scientists at the University of Colorado at Boulder have developed a new drug

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Davis Phinney Foundation and American Parkinson Disease Association join Parkinson’s Action Network’s Unified Partners Program

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Christa Lassen-Vogel (720) 257-0742 classen-vogel@davisphinneyfoundation.org New program allows Parkinson’s-related organizations to formally support the Parkinson’s Action

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Portland Countdown podcast program elevates awareness about Parkinson’s disease and gives hope for future scientific progress

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Christiana Thurton christiana@worldpdcoalition.org Tel: 646.388.7688 Available for Download on iTunes or streaming from WPC website on

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Recent Study Finds Correlation Between Depression and Risk For Developing Parkinson’s Disease

www.piercepioneer.com Parkinson’s disease research has been making great progress over the past few years but a recent study suggests a

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These photos could change the way the world sees Parkinson’s forever

By Geoffrey Chang, www.parkinsonslife.eu Anders M. Leines – a video journalist by profession – has turned to the art of the

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For Parkinson’s Patients, Dancing The Tango Can Help Reconnect Body and Mind

HuffPost France  |  By Sandra Lorenzo www.huffingtonpost.com Parkinson’s disease takes a heavy toll on those who suffer from it. The

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DAVIS PHINNEY FOUNDATION SPONSORSHIP OF STANFORD CENTER ON LONGEVITY DESIGN CHALLENGE REFLECTS COMMITMENT TO PARKINSON’S INNOVATION

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Christa Lassen-Vogel (720) 257-0742 classen-vogel@davisphinneyfoundation.org Winning Project Facilitates Vertical Mobility, Improves Confidence BOULDER, CO, April 16,

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