Insight into Parkinson's
A stressful life may fuel Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease
Research reveals possible cause and potential therapy for Parkinson's disease.
Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research CEO Todd Sherer, a neuroscientist, talks about the state of Parkinson's disease and research.
Cuba pioneers a medical procedure to relieve Parkinson's
The fight against two life-robbing diseases, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, has just begun
Stem cell therapy is emerging as a promising treatment for Parkinson's disease
How 'sham' brain surgery could be killing off valuable therapies for Parkinson's disease.
Applying electricity to the brain with deep-brain stimulation could ease Parkinson's disease, pain, depression and more
A new meta-analysis reveals that Parkinson's disease is linked to key genetic deficits in mitochondrial function
A star science journalist with Parkinson's reveals the inner workings of this perplexing disease.
Studies to treat vision loss and Parkinson's disease are the first to proceed under new regulations
23andMe are offering free lifetime access to their personal genome service to people who have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease for their participation in their Parkinson's disease research initiative.Below is a promotional video for the project that highlights Muhammad Ali's struggle with Parkinson's disease and his participation in 23andMe's research program.
Parkinson's disease sufferers typically face a long, difficult battle against the disorder's degenerative effects on their motor skills and speech. While many scientists are studying the potential for drugs, surgery and exercise to slow the disease's impact on the central nervous system—including tremors, stiff muscles and impaired movement—one team of researchers is experimenting with technology designed to help Parkinson's sufferers fend off voice and speech problems.
Award-winning journalist Jon Palfreman, author of Brain Storms: The Race to Unlock the Mysteries of Parkinson's Disease, discusses the science behind this mysterious disease
Neurologists treat diseases of the brain, from seizures to strokes. The field also includes the study of headaches, pain and Parkinson's disease, among others.