Most DMARDs not linked with the risk of Parkinson's disease in people with rheumatoid arthritis
The autoimmune disorder rheumatoid arthritis has been associated with a lower risk of Parkinson's disease in previous studies, with antirheumatic drugs as one possible explanatio
2 days ago - News Medical
Researchers call for more work to address unmet needs of women with Parkinson's disease
Researchers in a multi-institution study led by UCLA Health have identified several overlooked issues affecting women with Parkinson's Disease and call for more research...
3 days ago - News Medical
Motor Imagery Promising in Motor Rehabilitation in Parkinson's
Future studies are needed to develop specific motor imagery protocols. First Look
7 days ago - Medscape
Study reveals a causal link between deficiency in Parkinson's disease gene and reduced immunoaging
A Parkinson's disease gene turns out to provide the key to modify diseases related to immunoaging.
8 days ago - News Medical
Exercise Slows Progression, Cognitive Decline in Parkinson's
The study found moderate-to-vigorous exercise and even ordinary physical activity has a beneficial impact on slowing disease progression and cognitive decline in Parkinson's...
9 days ago - Medscape
Advanced Biological Techniques may Help Formulate Parkinson's Treatment
Cryoelectron microscopy helps explore the three-dimensional structure of dopamine' enzymes that may further enhance the disease-modifying strategies of Parkinson's disease.
11 days ago - Medindia Health
Stress Affects Parkinson's Disease
Stress hormone receptors were found to affect cell degeneration in people with Parkinson's disease, stated researchers.
12 days ago - Medindia Health
Get moving to put the brakes on early Parkinson's
A new study suggests that people with early-stage Parkinson's disease who regularly got one to two hours of moderate exercise twice a week, like walking or gardening, may have...
12 days ago - ScienceDaily
Novel insights about dopamine can help find better drugs for Parkinson's patients
New findings provide a better understanding of how the synthesis of dopamine is regulated in the brain. It may shed new light on the mechanism behind diseases such as Parkinson's.
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Brain's Immune Cells may Guide Research on Specific Brain Disorders
Relationship between the brain's immune cells and brain disorders like Alzheimer's or Parkinson's disease has been re-emphasized by a new study.
20 days ago - Medindia Health - 2 articles
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AI Holds Its Own vs Pathologists for Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
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