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Could your tears help to diagnose Parkinson's? - Medical News Today - Medical News Today



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Could your tears help to diagnose Parkinson's? - Medical News Today 
Medical News Today
A new study suggests that checking alpha-synuclein levels in tear samples may serve as a noninvasive test for Parkinson's disease before symptoms appear.
Tears may be the key to early Parkinson's diagnosis - New Atlas New Atlas
Can Tears Be Used to Diagnose Parkinson's Disease? Monthly Prescribing Reference
Testing tears could lead to cheap and effective Parkinson's disease screening The Independent
Medical Xpress  -Tech Times 
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Wearing Your Heart on the Outside - Parkinson's News Today



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Wearing Your Heart on the Outside 
Parkinson's News Today
Unless you have a condition like Parkinson's disease or another chronic illness, you won't, you don't, and you can't ?get it.? You can't understand. Not that you don't want to, but you just can't. Not fully, anyhow. It's like eating ice cream. If you ...

 


Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease - Science Daily



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Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease 
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The international team, led by the University of Cambridge, found that calcium can mediate the interaction between small membranous structures inside nerve endings, which are important for neuronal signalling in the brain, and alpha-synuclein, the ...
'Too much' brain calcium may cause Parkinson's Medical News Today
Parkinson's disease risk may increase with excess calcium in brain cells UPI.com
Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease ... EurekAlert (press release)
Daily Mail  -Tech Explorist (press release) 
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Dairy Consumption Linked to Parkinson's Disease, New Research Suggests - LIVEKINDLY



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Dairy Consumption Linked to Parkinson's Disease, New Research Suggests 
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A recent study has found a possible connection between the consumption of dairy products and the onset of Parkinson's disease, the Express reports. The media outlet stated: ?Too much cheese and milk could trigger the neurological disorder.? Parkinson's ...

 


FDA Accepts New Drug Application for Acorda's Parkinson's Therapy Inbrija - Parkinson's News Today



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FDA Accepts New Drug Application for Acorda's Parkinson's Therapy Inbrija 
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has accepted Acorda Therapeutics' New Drug Application for Inbrija (CVT-301) as a potential treatment for Parkinson's disease. Accepting the application means the agency is ready to start its regulatory review of ...

 


200 years of Parkinson's disease - OUPblog (blog)



200 years of Parkinson's disease 
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The 200th anniversary of James Parkinson's seminal Essay on the Shaking Palsy gives cause for commemoration and reflection. Parkinson's astute observation and careful description of only six patients led to one of the earliest and most complete ...

 


Mansfield Cycle Studio Makes Strides Against Parkinson's Disease ... - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth



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Mansfield Cycle Studio Makes Strides Against Parkinson's Disease ... 
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An indoor cycling studio in Mansfield is doing what medicine can't for people with Parkinson's disease.

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New Study Looks at Calcium's Role in Parkinson's Disease - R & D Magazine



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New Study Looks at Calcium's Role in Parkinson's Disease 
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According to a new study, excess levels of calcium in brain cells may play a crucial role in the early development of Parkinson's disease. A team from the University of Cambridge have discovered that calcium can mediate the interaction between small ...
Parkinson's disease: Too much cheese and milk 'could trigger the neurological disorder' Express.co.uk
Study Reveals That Too Much Brain Calcium May Cause Parkinson's Disease Reports Healthcare
Excess Levels Of Calcium In The Brain May Lead To Parkinson's Disease, A New Study Finds The Inquisitr
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Parkinson's Disease Doesn't Dissolve Marriage Commitments - Parkinson's News Today



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Parkinson's Disease Doesn't Dissolve Marriage Commitments 
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?I'm a 72-year-old married woman. My husband has atypical Parkinson's and can no longer talk or walk ? I need someone to talk to, to share life with. I tell my husband what I do each day, but of course, there is no feedback. ? ?Can I date? If I ...

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Free health workshop in Benicia targets Parkinson's disease - Fairfield Daily Republic



Free health workshop in Benicia targets Parkinson's disease 
Fairfield Daily Republic
BENICIA ? Join scientists, doctors and body mechanics specialists Sunday for a discussion of Parkinson's disease that includes the emotional and physical challenges and how a regime of movement through dance and yoga can help. The event will occur ...