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Free Caregiving Tips & Resources for National Family Caregivers Month from Parkinson Foundation

As part of National Family Caregivers Month – November, 2013 – the National Parkinson Foundation has announced that it will offer Free Caregiving tips and resources during the entire month of November. On the NPF Facebook page, the Foundation . . . → Read More: Free Caregiving Tips & Resources for National Family Caregivers Month from Parkinson Foundation

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Parkinson Foundation Offers Free Webinar on Caring for the Caregiver - November 7

The Parkinson Foundation has announced that it will offer a Free Online Webinar on “Caring for the Caregiver” on Thursday, November 7 at 1:00 PM. The webinar, for caregivers, patients and their families and friends, is presented in . . . → Read More: Parkinson Foundation Offers Free Webinar on Caring for the Caregiver – November 7

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Free Webinar on Parkinson's Medications Offered by National Parkinson Foundation

The National Parkinson Foundation has announced that it will offer a free online webinar on Parkinson’s Medications on June 20, 2013 (1:00 PM US Eastern Time). Advance registration is required. Following is an announcement of the webinar that HelpingYouCare® . . . → Read More: Free Webinar on Parkinson’s Medications Offered by National Parkinson Foundation

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Kit to Help Parkinsons Patients Combat Hospital Dangers Issued by National Parkinson Foundation

HelpingYouCare® has received the following announcement from the National Parkinson Foundation: _____________ This Announcement is posted as a public service by HelpingYouCare®. _____________   More Information For more information on Parkinson’s Disease, see the HelpingYouCare® resource pages on Parkinson’s . . . → Read More: Kit to Help Parkinsons Patients Combat Hospital Dangers Issued by National Parkinson Foundation

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What Factors Lead to Better Quality of Life with Parkinson's? New Study Findings; Webinar

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) has recently released findings of the largest clinical study of Parkinson’s disease ever conducted, measuring factors that affect quality of life and care of Parkinson’s patients. NPF announced that the early findings of the . . . → Read More: What Factors Lead to Better Quality of Life with Parkinson’s? New Study Findings; Webinar

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Benefits of Seeing a Neurologist - Free Webinar Offered by National Parkinson Foundation

The National Parkinson Foundation will hold a Free online webinar Wednesday, March 7 at 1:00 p.m. ET on the topic, “The Benefits of Seeing a Neurologist.” During the webinar, Allison W. Willis, MD, of Washington University School of Medicine . . . → Read More: Benefits of Seeing a Neurologist – Free Webinar Offered by National Parkinson Foundation

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Parkinson Foundation Offers Free Webcast on Young Onset Parkinson's - Nov. 17

The National Parkinson Foundation has announced that its Midwest Young Onset Parkinson’s Conference will take place November 16-17, 2012 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and will include a free Webcast open to the public on November 17 – starting at 8:00 . . . → Read More: Parkinson Foundation Offers Free Webcast on Young Onset Parkinson’s – Nov. 17

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Thank a Caregiver Week, Nov. 4-10, Sponsored by National Parkinson Foundation

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) has announced that, as part of observing National Family Caregivers Month in November, it will for the first time sponsor Thank a Caregiver Week during the week of November 4 through 10, 2012. “Caring . . . → Read More: Thank a Caregiver Week, Nov. 4-10, Sponsored by National Parkinson Foundation

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National Parkinson Foundation Offers Helpline for Patients and Families

The National Parkinson Foundation is offering a free telephone Helpline for Parkinson’s patients and their families. The Helpline at 1-800-4PD-INFO (1-800-473-4636), is available Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. eastern time. According to the National Parkinson . . . → Read More: National Parkinson Foundation Offers Helpline for Patients and Families

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Free Webinar on Relationships & Parkinsons - August 23, 2012

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) is offering a Free Webinar about “Relationships and Parkinson’s” on Thursday, August 23 at 1:00 p.m. ET. Kara Barton, MSW, LCSW, from the University of Southern California, will discuss strategies for coping with changes . . . → Read More: Free Webinar on Relationships & Parkinsons – August 23, 2012

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Parkinson Moving Day Miami Oct 7 - Lunch for Team Captains Aug 28

Parkinson Moving Day® – Miami will take place on October 7, 2012, starting at 8:30 a.m. in Bayfront Park, Miami. The nonprofit National Parkinson Foundation, the organizer, has announced that it is seeking Team Captains, and invites you to . . . → Read More: Parkinson Moving Day Miami Oct 7 – Lunch for Team Captains Aug 28

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Parkinson Foundation Offers Free Online Webinars for Patients & Family Caregivers

The National Parkinson Foundation is offering an upcoming series of free online seminars for patients with Parkinson’s Disease and their family caregivers. For more information, see the announcement below from the National Parkinson Foundation. To Register for any of . . . → Read More: Parkinson Foundation Offers Free Online Webinars for Patients & Family Caregivers

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Natl Parkinson Foundation Invites Father's Day Donations In Memory or Honor of Your Father

The National Parkinson Foundation invites the public to “Honor the Important Fathers in Your Life” by making a Father’s Day donation to help fund Parkinson’s research, care, and community outreach. After making a Father’s Day donation online at the . . . → Read More: Natl Parkinson Foundation Invites Father’s Day Donations In Memory or Honor of Your Father

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Watch Free Live Webcasts from the Young Onset Parkinson's Conference

The National Parkinson Foundation invites the public to Watch Free Live Webcasts from the Young Onset Parkinson’s Conference on June 16, 2012, starting at 8:30 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time (11:30 a.m. Eastern Daylight Time). For more information, see the . . . → Read More: Watch Free Live Webcasts from the Young Onset Parkinson’s Conference

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Parkinson's Wellness Symposium, Webcast and Young Onset Parkinson's Conference - June 15-16

The National Parkinson’s Foundation has announced that it will sponsor a national Wellness Symposium and Young Onset Parkinson’s Conference, on June 15-16, 2012 in Orange County, California, along with a free online webcast of the events. “These two events . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Wellness Symposium, Webcast and Young Onset Parkinson’s Conference – June 15-16

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May is National Mediterranean Diet Month

May has been declared as National Mediterranean Diet Month, a national health observance aimed at generating awareness of the Mediterranean Diet and lifestyle, and the health benefits associated with it. The event is sponsored by Oldways Preservation Trust, a . . . → Read More: May is National Mediterranean Diet Month

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Parkinson's Unity Walk in New York City - April 28

The National Parkinson Foundation (NPF) announced that the 18th annual Parkinson’s Unity Walk will be held in Central Park in New York City on April 28th, 2012. This is the largest annual “grassroots” fundraising event to benefit Parkinson’s Disease . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Unity Walk in New York City – April 28

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Free Webinar on Parkinson's Hospital Care Offered by National Parkinson Foundation

The National Parkinson Foundation (NFP) has announced that it will hold a Free online webinar on how to get the best care for those with Parkinson’s disease when they are hospitalized. The Webinar will take place on April 5, . . . → Read More: Free Webinar on Parkinson’s Hospital Care Offered by National Parkinson Foundation

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Free Brain Health Fair April 21, 2012 - Hosted by American Academy of Neurology Foundation

The American Academy of Neurology (AAN) Foundation has announced that it will host a Free Brain Health Fair on April 21, 2012 in New Orleans. The event, which is open to the public, “is a free, daylong family event . . . → Read More: Free Brain Health Fair April 21, 2012 – Hosted by American Academy of Neurology Foundation

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Celebrate Brain Awareness Week March 12-18

Brain Awareness Week, a global campaign to raise public awareness about the progress and benefits of brain research, including research into the causes of Parkinson’s disease and other problems of the brain and nervous system and how to treat . . . → Read More: Celebrate Brain Awareness Week March 12-18

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Harvard Health Discusses the Pros and Cons of Drinking Coffee

In a new article entitled “What is it about coffee?” the editors of Harvard Health Publications, discuss some of the known benefits and drawbacks of drinking coffee. The new article on coffee is found in Sleep, Hygiene, Quit Smoking . . . → Read More: Harvard Health Discusses the Pros and Cons of Drinking Coffee

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Tango Therapy Helpful to People With Parkinson's Disease

Tango therapy uses the Argentinean-style tango dance to help people with Parkinson’s Disease improve their balance, walking, posture and happiness. Watch a short video from Tango Therapy UK, a member of the International Tango Therapy . . . → Read More: Tango Therapy Helpful to People With Parkinson’s Disease

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Parkinson's Moving Day - Walk and Move for Parkinsons

The National Parkinson’s Foundation has announced that Katie Couric has been appointed Honorary National Chair of Parkinson’s Moving Day, a series of events when people engage in fundraising walks and other activities for Parkinsons to bring awareness to the . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Moving Day – Walk and Move for Parkinsons

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Telemedicine Allows Parkinson's Patients to Visit Their Doctors by Video Conference

A new telemedicine program at the University of Rochester Movement Disorders Clinic in Rochester, New York, supported in part by funding from the National Parkinson Foundation, is allowing patients with Parkinson’s Disease to see their doctors remotely via video-conference. . . . → Read More: Telemedicine Allows Parkinson’s Patients to Visit Their Doctors by Video Conference

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Midwest Parkinson Disease Conference, June 17, 2011

The National Parkinson’s Foundation is holding the annual Midwest Parkinson Disease Conference in Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday, June 17, 2011. Registrants can participate in person or by Free live webcast. HelpingYouCare™ has received the following announcement, inviting you . . . → Read More: Midwest Parkinson Disease Conference, June 17, 2011

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April is Parkinson's Awareness Month

The National Parkinson Foundation has declared April as Parkinson’s Awareness Month. As part of this campaign to raise awareness for Parkinson’s disease, the Foundation lists on its website a full 30 actions you can take to make a difference. . . . → Read More: April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month

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Study finds ability to ride a Bike better diagnostic test than others to distinguish standard Parkinson’s from atypical Parkinson’s

A team of doctors from the Neatherlands has found that asking a Parkinson’s patient whether he or she is still able to ride a bike is a more valuable tool than many diagnostic tests to determine whether the patient . . . → Read More: Study finds ability to ride a Bike better diagnostic test than others to distinguish standard Parkinson’s from atypical Parkinson’s

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Caregiver Tip Sheet for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

from FightForMore.com, a website started by Lonnie Ali, wife of Muhammad Ali, based on their experiences in fighting his Parkinson’s Disease. >>View Info

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Parkinson’s Disease – Tips for Caregivers

Cleveland Clinic. Tips for caregivers of patients with Parskinson’s Disease, offered by the Cleveland Clinic. >>View Info

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Fight For More Campaign for Parkinson’s Disease Patients and their Caregivers

FightForMore.com, a website started by Lonnie Ali, wife and caregiver to Muhammad Ali, who in conjunction with Parkinson’s Unity Walk and Valeant Pharmaceuticals, founded the Fight For MORE campaign. The campaign is championing the important fight for more resources . . . → Read More: Fight For More Campaign for Parkinson’s Disease Patients and their Caregivers

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The PatientsLikeMe Parkinson’s Disease Community

PatientsLikeMe.com. An online community in which parkinson’s disease patients and their caregivers share detailed medical information about their symptoms, treatments, and experiences, learning from each other. >>View Info

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Living with Parkinson’s: Caregiving and Family Support

Website of the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, which includes helpful information on all aspects of parkinson’s, including this page on caregiving and family support. >>View Info

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Keys to Caregiving

Educational Supplement # 4 by the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. Tips and advice for the caregiver of the parkinson’s disease patient. >>View Info

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Helping Your Partner; What Not To Do

Educational Supplement # 9 by the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. >>View Info

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The PD Partnership: Tips for People with PD andTheir Care Partners

Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. Pamphlet with tips on how to cope and manage life with parkinson’s for those with parkinson’s and their caregivers, called a “care partnership” because this progressive and so far uncurable disease so profoundly affects the lives . . . → Read More: The PD Partnership: Tips for People with PD andTheir Care Partners

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Guide for Caregivers

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Tips and suggestions from patient authors to help caregivers in dealing with the emotional, social, and basic medical issues of caregiving for parkinson’s patients. >>View Info

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The Role of the Caregiver in Parkinson’s Disease

Cleveland Clinic. Discussion of the important and extensive role of the family caregiver for parkinson’s patients, tips and guidance on how to maintain and improve your caregiving relationship, and some of the unique challenges of caregiving for patients with . . . → Read More: The Role of the Caregiver in Parkinson’s Disease

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About Parkinson’s Disease: Treatment Options

National Parkinson Foundation. Comprehensive discussion of available treatment options, including a list of commonly prescribed medications and their side effects, protective treatments, experimental treatments, links to organizations and their websites that provide information on ongoing clinical trials and research, . . . → Read More: About Parkinson’s Disease: Treatment Options

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Parkinson’s Disease: Hope Through Research

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, U.S. National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Contains a good detailed discussion of the treatments of parkinson’s disease, including the several different medications, surgery, and complementary and . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease: Hope Through Research

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Medications

Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. Discussion of the several medications used in the treatment of parkinson’s disease – including both prescription medications and over the counter medications. Includes charts showing for each listed medication, the available doses, initial dosing, side effects, . . . → Read More: Medications

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NINDS Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease Information Page

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health. Detailed description of a surgical procedure used to treat a variety of disabling neurological symptoms—most commonly the debilitating symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD), such as tremor, rigidity, stiffness, . . . → Read More: NINDS Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease Information Page

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Nonpharmacologic Treatments

WeMove.org. Summary of nonpharmacologic treatments used to treat symptoms of parkinson’s disease, including physical therapy, occupational therapy, PD-specific voice training programs and training in swallowing, a good diet and bowel regimen to reduce constipation, and others. >>View . . . → Read More: Nonpharmacologic Treatments

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Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Parkinson Disease

National Parkinson Foundation. Discussion of alternative therapies sometimes used, in combination with medications or surgery, the traditional treatments. Alternatives sometimes tried include diet, antioxidants, Ayurveda (an Indian healing practice), yoga, Tai Chi, acupuncture, herbal medicine, message therapy, and others. . . . → Read More: Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Parkinson Disease

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Parkinson’s Disease Treatment

Cleveland Clinic. There is yet no cure for parkinson’s disease, but the symptoms can be managed, and usually are managed primarily through medications. This discussion provides an overview of treatment options, including a list of the health care professionals . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease Treatment

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Parkinson’s Disease

MayoClinic.com. Overview of parkinson’s disease, including its symptoms, causes, risk factors, when to seek medical help, tests and diagnosis, and complications, and including a good overall discussion of treatment options for parkinson’s symptoms. These include medications, physical therapy, surgery, . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease

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Activities of Daily Living; Practical Pointers for Parkinson’s Disease

National Parkinson Foundation. A 48 page booklet, providing useful advice and tips on how to handle activities of daily living in a way to allow the parkinson’s patient to remain as independent as possible for as long as possible. . . . → Read More: Activities of Daily Living; Practical Pointers for Parkinson’s Disease

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Good Nutrition in Parkinson’s Disease

American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. 36 page booklet providing information on the principles of good nutrition for patients with parkinson’s disease. >>View Info

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Nutrition and Parkinson’s; What Matters Most?

Parkinson’s Disease Foundation website. Discusses the most important points about proper diet and parkinson’s, including: eat a balanced diet, maintain bone health, maintain bowel regularity, balance medications and food, and adjust nutritional priorities for your situation and stage of . . . → Read More: Nutrition and Parkinson’s; What Matters Most?

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Be Active! An Exercise Program for People with Parkinson’s Disease

48 page booklet by the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. >>View Info

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Be Independent! A Guide for People with Parkinson’s Disease

40 page booklet by the American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. Suggestions for useful equipment for the home and for getting in and out of cars. >>View Info

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Speaking Effectively; A Strategic Guide for Speaking and Swallowing for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

40 page booklet by the American Parkinson’s Disease Association, Inc. Provides information on the speech, voice and swallowing function related to parkinson’s disease, along with strategies and tools to communicate and swallow effectively and to cope with the speech . . . → Read More: Speaking Effectively; A Strategic Guide for Speaking and Swallowing for Parkinson’s Disease Patients

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Living with Parkinson’s; Strategies for Living Well

Parkinson’s Disease foundation, Inc. Website with links to additional information on how to cope with Parkinson’s, starting upon diagnosis. Strategies include managing nutrition and medications, participating in daily activities that benefit the symptoms, getting involved in advocacy, clinical trials, . . . → Read More: Living with Parkinson’s; Strategies for Living Well

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Living with Parkinson’s: Fitness Counts

by The Dan Aaron Parkinson’s Rehab Center, Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Center at Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, PA. 48 page booklet covering the foundation for fitness, putting it all together, balance, falls and posture, helpful therapies, care partner assisted . . . → Read More: Living with Parkinson’s: Fitness Counts

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Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. Advice from patients who are actually living with parkinson’s disease (PD), on such topics as questions you and your doctor may not have discussed, the emotional aspects of a PD diagnosis: . . . → Read More: Guide for the Newly Diagnosed

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Understanding Parkinson’s: Symptoms

Website of the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. Describes the four primary motor symptoms of parkinson’s disease: • resting tremor, • bradykinesia (slow movement), • rigidity, and • impaired balance and coordination. Also provides information on the several secondary motor symptoms . . . → Read More: Understanding Parkinson’s: Symptoms

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Parkinson’s Disease: Diagnosis

WeMove.org, Worldwide Education and Awareness for Movement Disorders. Website provides information on parkinson’s disease, including its diagnosis. Diagnosis is made by a physician and technically depends on the presence of at least two of the three major signs: tremor . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease: Diagnosis

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Parkinson’s Disease: Signs and Symptoms

HealthCommunities.com, Neurology Channel. Provides information on the signs and symptoms and diagnosis of parkinson’s disease, with links to other information on this disease. >>View Info

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Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease

Movement Disorder Virtual University. Detailed listing of symptoms of parkinson’s disease, grouped by categories as motor, sensory, cognitive, or autonomic, together with links to extensive medical information on parkinson’s written for medical professionals. >>View Info

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Parkinson’s Disease: Hope Through Research

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, U.S. National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Contains a good detailed discussion of the symptoms of parkinson’s disease and how parkinson’s disease is diagnosed. >> View . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease: Hope Through Research

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Parkinson’s Disease

Johns Hopkins Medicine, Health Information Library. Overall discussion of parkinson’s disease, including its symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, when to call your doctor, and prognosis. >>View Info

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Sleep disorders associated with Parkinson’s disease: role of dopamine, epidemiology, and clinical scales of assessment

Movement Disorders Program, Department of Neurology, Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA. Abstract of a scientific study finding sleep disorders common in two thirds of parkinson’s patients, and reporting that dopamine plays an important role in maintaining wakefulness. This . . . → Read More: Sleep disorders associated with Parkinson’s disease: role of dopamine, epidemiology, and clinical scales of assessment

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Can A Smell Test Predict Parkinson’s Disease?

ScienceDaily, January 9, 2008. Doctors know that an impaired sense of smell is an early indicator of Parkinson’s Disease. This article reports on a study underway to determine whether a smell test can determine early if people with no . . . → Read More: Can A Smell Test Predict Parkinson’s Disease?

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What is Parkinson’s disease?

FamilyDoctor.org. Introduction to Parkinson’s disease, its symptoms, diagnosis, causes, treatments, and links to organizations providing more information and resources. >> View Info

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Parkinson's Disease

MedlinePlus, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, provides a good place to start for an overview and links to further information on Parkinson’s Disease. Parkinson’s Disease (also sometimes called Shaking . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease

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Parkinson’s Disease

MayoClinic.com. Overview of parkinson’s disease, including its definitions, causes, risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, complications, treatments, including medications, physical therapy, and surgery, lifestyle and home remedies (including healthy eating, walking with care, avoiding falls, and dressing), coping and support, and . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease

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X-Plain Parkinson’s

MedlinePlus, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Introductory tutorial on Parkinson’s Disease, what it is, and its symptoms and treatments. >> View Info

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Parkinson’s Disease: Hope Through Research

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, U.S. National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. Website with detailed explanations of the medical causes, risks, symptoms, other resembling diseases, diagnosis, prediction or prevention, and treatments of . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease: Hope Through Research

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Parkinson’s Disease — NIH Senior Health

a tutorial on parkinson’s disease by the National Institutes of Health, Senior Health. Defines parkinson’s disease, which affect primarily those over age 60, and discusses the causes of parkinson’s disease, it’s symptoms and diagnosis, research and treatments, and frequently . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease — NIH Senior Health

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Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia

Helpguide.org. Provides an overview of Parkinson’s Disease, a progressive disorder of the central nervous system that affects more than 1.5 million people in the United States, and is most common in people over 60. Includes a good summary of . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease and Dementia

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Parkinson’s Disease: Challenges, Progress & Promise

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Institutes of Health, U.S. Department of Health & Human Services. 23 page booklet, providing medical information on the brain and basics, what goes wrong in parkinson’s disease, how parkinson’s disease can . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease: Challenges, Progress & Promise

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Parkinson’s Disease Handbook

by The American Parkinson Disease Association, Inc. 40 page handbook for parkinson’s disease patients and their families. Includes fairly comprehensive discussions and information on signs and symptoms, cause and etiology, and treatments of parkinson’s disease, as well as social . . . → Read More: Parkinson’s Disease Handbook

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Parkinson’s Disease Information for Patients and Caregivers

WeMove.org. Worldwide Education and Awareness for Movement Disorders. Website provides comprehensive information on parkinson’s disease for patients and caregivers. >>View Info

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Depressed People More Likely To Develop Parkinson’s

Science Daily. A study published in the scientific journal of the American Academy of Neurology found that depressed people are three times more likely to contract parkinson’s disease than people who are not depressed. It had long been known . . . → Read More: Depressed People More Likely To Develop Parkinson’s

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Parkinsons Disease: An Overview

Cleveland Clinic website. Provides an overview of parkinson’s disease, and links to further information on its symptoms, incidence, treatment, medications, counseling, coping advice, including how to prepare your home, cope with constipation, mental disturbance and depression associated with parkinson’s, . . . → Read More: Parkinsons Disease: An Overview

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