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Patient support groups also offer information about clinical trials.
NINDS Disorders is an index of neurological conditions provided by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. This valuable tool offers detailed descriptions, facts on treatment and prognosis, and patient organization contact information for over 500 identified neurological disorders.
|Turning Back the Clock.||05.01.2009|
|Parkinson's Disease Video with Holly Robinson Peete!!.||05.01.2009|
|The Cost of Care.||01.01.2009|
|Good Golly, Miss Holly!!.||01.01.2009|
|The State of Stem Cell Research.||01.01.2009|
|Maximize Your Drug Plan.||11.01.2008|
|New Study Links Parkinson's and Pesticides.||09.01.2008|
|Common Drugs May Cause Cognitive Problems.||07.01.2008|
|Driving advice for people with epilepsy, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer's, and their families..||07.01.2008|
|QUICK TIPS: Parkinson's Patch is Recalled.||05.01.2008|
|SCREENING ROOM: Shaken: Journey into the Mind of a Parkinson's Patient.||05.01.2008|
|Parkinson's and Music.||03.01.2008|
|Parkinson's and Depression.||01.01.2008|
|Mindful Of Pain.||11.01.2007|
|What the Nose Knows.||09.01.2007|
|Bay Window: After being abandoned because of Parkinson's, I looked out at the world with new eyes..||09.01.2007|
|Battling the Black Dog.||07.01.2007|
|Your Questions Answered: PARKINSON'S.||05.01.2007|
|The Great Walk of China.||01.01.2007|
|Brain Stimulation Works Earlier in Parkinson's.||01.01.2007|
|Your Questions Answered: PARKINSON'S DISEASE.||01.01.2007|
|SAVING SERGEANT RADKE.||09.01.2006|
|An Open Letter to Muhammad Ali.||07.01.2006|
|Your Questions Answered: PARKINSON'S.||07.01.2006|
|Muhammad Ali as the Face of Parkinson's.||05.01.2006|
|Linking Head Trauma to Parkinsonism.||05.01.2006|
|Treatment of Nonmotor Symptoms of Parkinson Disease||03.01.2010|
|Botulinum neurotoxin in the treatment of autonomic disorders and pain||05.01.2008|
|Evaluation and Treatment of Depression, Psychosis, and Dementia in Parkinson Disease||04.01.2006|
|Diagnosis and Prognosis of New Onset Parkinson Disease||04.01.2006|
|Treatment of Parkinson Disease with Motor Fluctuations and Dyskinesias||04.01.2006|
|Migraine in Middle Age Linked to Increased Risk of Parkinson’s, Movement Disorders Later||09.17.2014|
|Research Identifies How Pesticides May Increase Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||02.03.2014|
|New Video Shares Inside Look at Living with Parkinson’s Disease||12.05.2013|
|Depression May Increase Your Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||10.02.2013|
|Stopping Cholesterol Drugs May Be Associated with Increased Risk of Parkinson’s||07.24.2013|
|Meta-Analysis: Bug and Weed Killers, Solvents May Increase Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||05.27.2013|
|Parkinson’s Can Lead to Anxiety and Other Non-Motor Symptoms, Even Early On||01.14.2013|
|Study: Parkinson’s Disease Itself Does Not Increase Risk of Gambling, Shopping Addiction||01.07.2013|
|NAVIGATING LIFE WITH PARKINSON DISEASE||11.15.2012|
|Head Injury + Pesticide Exposure = Triple the Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||11.12.2012|
|Clinical Trial: Deep Brain Stimulation Helps Parkinson’s Patients Over Long Term||06.20.2012|
|Clinical Trial: Intestinal Gel Reduces ‘Off’ Time in Advanced Parkinson’s Disease||04.17.2012|
|Good News for Parkinson’s Patients: Drugs May Ease Depression without Worsening Motor Problems||04.11.2012|
|Astronaut with Parkinson’s Calls on Patients to Take Charge of Their Future||04.05.2012|
|Veteran Astronaut Receives AAN’s Public Leadership in Neurology Award||02.21.2012|
|Study: Weight Training Improves Parkinson’s Symptoms||02.16.2012|
|Michael J. Fox Calls on Parkinson’s Patients, Community to Join “Fox Trial Finder” in New Issue of Neurology Now®||12.08.2011|
|People with Parkinson’s Disease More Likely to Have Leg Restlessness than Restless Leg Syndrome||11.09.2011|
|People with Parkinson’s Disease May Have Double The Risk for Melanoma, a Dangerous Skin Cancer||06.06.2011|
|The Doctor Will See All of You Now? Group Doctor Visits May Be Feasible for Parkinson’s Disease||04.27.2011|
|Investigational Drug May Reduce Involuntary Movements in People with Parkinson's Disease||04.12.2011|
|Using Amphetamines May Increase Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||02.20.2011|
|Eating Berries May Lower Risk of Parkinson’s||02.13.2011|
|Holiday Recipe Help for People with Trouble Smelling and Tasting Food||12.16.2010|
|How Well Is Your Doctor Caring for People with Parkinson’s Disease? New AAN Tool Helps Measure Care||11.29.2010|
|New Clues on Why Some People with Parkinson’s Die Sooner||10.04.2010|
|Guideline Issued for Treating Sleep, Constipation, Sexual Problems in Parkinson’s Disease||03.15.2010|
|Years of Smoking Associated with Lower Parkinson’s Risk, Not Number of Cigarettes Per Day||03.10.2010|
|An Ibuprofen a Day Could Keep Parkinson’s Disease Away||02.17.2010|
|Industrial Cleaner Linked to Increased Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||02.07.2010|
|Drivers with Parkinson’s Disease at Higher Risk of Crashes in Low Visibility||10.05.2009|
|Actress Holly Robinson Peete Hosts Academy’s First Patient Education Video||04.28.2009|
|Reproductive Factors May Protect Women from Parkinson’s Disease||02.25.2009|
|Family History of Melanoma Linked to Parkinson’s Disease||02.16.2009|
|Sleep Disorder May Be Early Sign of Dementia or Parkinson’s Disease||12.24.2008|
|Are Older Antidepressants Better for Depression in Parkinson’s Disease?||12.17.2008|
|AAN Foundation and The Parkinson’s Disease Foundation Honor Chicago Researcher for Parkinson’s Research||05.30.2008|
|High Blood Pressure Pill Cuts Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||02.06.2008|
|Over-the-Counter Pain Medications May Reduce Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||11.05.2007|
|Gene Abnormality Tied to Getting Parkinson’s Disease at a Younger Age||09.17.2007|
|People with Early Parkinson’s Report Hallucinations, Sleepiness||07.09.2007|
|Does Amateur Boxing Cause Brain Damage?||05.02.2007|
|Depression May Be Early Sign of Parkinson’s Disease||04.27.2007|
|Exercise May Lower Risk for Parkinson’s Disease||04.23.2007|
|Baylor College Neurologist Honored by AAN for Parkinson’s Research||04.11.2007|
|Drug Reduces Daily “Off” Time for Parkinson Patients||04.02.2007|
|Drug Helps Prevent Hip Fractures in Parkinson Disease||03.19.2007|
|Drug Improves Tremors, Involuntary Movements in Parkinson Patients||01.01.2007|
|Parkinson Disease Can Lead to Errors on Driving Test||11.27.2006|
|Appetite Changes, Depression Signal Impulse Control Disorders in Parkinson Disease||10.09.2006|
|Parkinson Patients Can Be Apathetic without Depression||07.10.2006|
|Muhammad Ali’s Toughest Fight: Neurology Now Tells the Inside Story||04.06.2006|
|Parkinson Disease Increases Risk of Osteoporosis||03.24.2006|
|Compulsive Behaviors Are Common from Parkinson Treatment||03.24.2006|
|New Guidelines Improve Diagnosis and Quality of Life for People with Parkinson Disease||03.24.2006|
|Ibuprofen May Lower Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||04.14.2005|
|Study Shows Possible Link Between Parkinson's Disease Medication and Cardiac Valve Disease||04.28.2004|
|APOE Gene Linked to Parkinson’s Disease||04.27.2004|
|Molecule Pumped Directly into Brain Improves Parkinson's Disease Symptoms||04.27.2004|
|Parkinson's Disease Cell Loss Starts Years Before Diagnosis||04.27.2004|
|Clozapine effective for controlling dyskinesias in people with severe Parkinson's||02.09.2004|
|Some relatives of people with Parkinson’s disease have higher risk for action tremor||10.13.2003|
|Parkinson’s Medication Linked to Gambling||08.11.2003|
|Parkinson’s Disease Linked to High Iron Intake||06.09.2003|
|Fruit Consumption Related to Increased Risk of Parkinson’s Disease?||04.02.2003|
|Early Levodopa Treatment: Does It Slow or Hasten Parkinson’s Disease?||04.01.2003|
|Parkinson's Implant Improves Quality of Life Long Term||03.31.2003|
|Caffeine and Estrogen Affect Parkinson’s Disease Risk in Postmenopausal Women||03.10.2003|
|Study Correlates Driving Impairment with Parkinson's Disease||12.09.2002|
|Dietary Intake of Vitamin E May Reduce Risk of Parkinson’s Disease||10.21.2002|
|Depressed People More Likely to Develop Parkinson's||05.27.2002|
|Development of Dementia in Parkinson's Patients Associated with up to Three-Fold Increase in Mortality||04.18.2002|
|Drug Reduces Hallucinations and Improves Cognitive Performance for Parkinson's Patients||04.18.2002|
|Fetal Cell Transplants Show Long-Term Benefit for Parkinson's||04.17.2002|
|Effectiveness of Drugs Used To Treat Parkinson's Disease In Early, Later Stages Measured||04.16.2002|
|Green Tea Extract Polyphenol May Have a Protective Effect on Parkinson's Disease||04.16.2002|
|Effectiveness of Drugs Used To Treat Parkinson's Disease In Early, Later Stages Measured||04.16.2002|
|Guideline: Review of New Drugs for Treating Parkinson's Does Not Alter Existing Treatment Guidelines||01.07.2002|
|Electrical Brain Stimulation Reduces Parkinson’s Symptoms||11.26.2001|
|Younger, More Educated Parkinson's Patients More Likely to Use Alternative Treatments||09.10.2001|
|Constipation Linked to Increased Risk of Developing Parkinson’s Disease||08.13.2001|
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Seeks to “Ease the Burden – Find the Cure” through funding scientific research. Provides comprehensive patient/caregiver support and education.
Provides research, patient services, clinical studies, public and professional education, and physician referrals at over 60 locations and through a nationwide network of chapters and support groups.
Dedicated to helping people with Parkinson’s disease to live well today. Provides information, inspiration, tools, resources, and opportunities to people living with PD and care partners to better manage their disease and promote increased engagement in health.
Raises and distributes money for the most promising research leading to a cure for Parkinson's disease. Partners with the Tuchman Foundation to ensure that every dollar donated by individuals and all net proceeds of events go directly to research. The Alliance is also devoted to improving quality of life within the DBS-STN community through an affiliated resource, www.DBS-STN.org.
Dedicated to advancing a cure for Parkinson’s disease by identifying promising research and raising funds for research support.
Non-profit education and advocacy organization that serves as a voice for the Parkinson's community by fighting for promising research that will produce effective treatments and a cure.
National nonprofit organization that supports Parkinson's disease research, education, and public advocacy programs.
Non-profit organization conducting patient care and research activities in the neurological specialty area of movement disorders.
Helps families affected by Parkinson’s by offering emotional and educational support programs, publishing a monthly newsletter about quality of life and family issues, providing information and referral services, promoting advocacy and public awareness, and providing respite for family caregivers.
Non-profit foundation that supports patients, family members, researchers, clinicians, and volunteers working in partnership to find better medical treatments and a cure for dystonia and Parkinson's disease.