Parkinson's Disease News and Research

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Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Black and white people is similarly high, study says

Prevalence of multiple sclerosis in Black and white people is similarly high, study says

NTU Singapore launches new research center to better understand how dementia develops in Asians

NTU Singapore launches new research center to better understand how dementia develops in Asians

New deep learning method aids in the accurate diagnosis of parkinsonian diseases

New deep learning method aids in the accurate diagnosis of parkinsonian diseases

Diagnostic debriefing to a fictional patient in 2042

Diagnostic debriefing to a fictional patient in 2042

People who accumulate cardiovascular risk factors quickly have higher risk of developing dementia

People who accumulate cardiovascular risk factors quickly have higher risk of developing dementia

New research takes a close look at the most prevalent neurotransmitter in the brain

New research takes a close look at the most prevalent neurotransmitter in the brain

Exercise maintains insulin and body mass index levels to help protect brain volume

Exercise maintains insulin and body mass index levels to help protect brain volume

Wireless remote care platform may help manage neurological disorders at home

Wireless remote care platform may help manage neurological disorders at home

Mutant mice with a human gene variant exhibits ADHD-like problems

Mutant mice with a human gene variant exhibits ADHD-like problems

People with some types of epilepsy may have a lower quality of life, study suggests

People with some types of epilepsy may have a lower quality of life, study suggests

Implant placed alongside a blood vessel could replace bulkier devices that stimulate nerves

Implant placed alongside a blood vessel could replace bulkier devices that stimulate nerves

Investigational new drug may be safe for patients with mild cognitive impairment, dementia

Investigational new drug may be safe for patients with mild cognitive impairment, dementia

Puerto Rican people with diabetes and high blood pressure show greater brain structural disruptions

Puerto Rican people with diabetes and high blood pressure show greater brain structural disruptions

Researchers show how an important inhibitor binds to the A2A receptor

Researchers show how an important inhibitor binds to the A2A receptor

Older people taking statins have lower chance of developing parkinsonism later, study suggests

Older people taking statins have lower chance of developing parkinsonism later, study suggests

Computer algorithm predicts coronary artery disease-related events based on voice recordings

Computer algorithm predicts coronary artery disease-related events based on voice recordings

Niacin limits Alzheimer's disease progression in animal model

Niacin limits Alzheimer's disease progression in animal model

Novel optobiological system may shine light on protein aggregation in Parkinson's disease

Novel optobiological system may shine light on protein aggregation in Parkinson's disease

AAN issues practice advisory for preventing second stroke in people with intracranial atherosclerosis

AAN issues practice advisory for preventing second stroke in people with intracranial atherosclerosis

LJI study may open the door to new Parkinson's treatments and diagnostics

LJI study may open the door to new Parkinson's treatments and diagnostics