Parkinson’s Foundation National Medical Director Michael S. Okun, MD, speaks about actor Alan Alda revealing he has Parkinson’s and discusses Parkinson’s symptoms and treatment.
New York Daily News: Alan Alda's Parkinson's Announcement: What It Means To Live With the Disease
Neurologist Maria De Leon confronts her own perplexing Parkinson’s symptoms. She describes the way she overcame these symptoms and offers some advice for people with Parkinson’s.
The Palmetto Bay mother of seven is enrolled in a twice-weekly indoor cycling class at the UHealth Fitness and Wellness Center west of downtown Miami. She walks the treadmill and takes yoga classes at the Y.
Dance therapist Erica Hornthal has received a grant from the National Parkinson Foundation that will enable her to provide complimentary therapeutic dance classes to people with Parkinson’s Disease.
SAN DIEGO — The use of antipsychotic (AP) medication to treat A broad medical term used to describe a loss of contact with reality that involves hallucinations and/or delusions. in Parkinson's disease (PD) increases the risk for all-cause death, and the risk varies with the AP class and the specific drugs within
"ROCKFORD — Jim Mongan was a quiet man who worked hard and loved his family, according to his son, Joe. Jim didn’t say a lot — he thought actions spoke louder. His family would go on summer vacations, for instance, but Jim would stay behind and work so the family could afford the trips."
The Legends Game was put together as a vehicle to honor Doyle and to raise awareness and much-needed cash for the fight against Parkinson’s. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Michael J. Fox Foundation and the National Parkinson Foundation, Doyle’s hand-picked beneficiaries.
Ricardo Caporal con su padre Rubens Caporal y su hijo de 7 años. Rubens, ex jugador de fútbol brasileño, padece el mal de Parkinson, y Ricardo crea conciencia sobre la enfermedad desde su posición en la Fundación Nacional de Parkinson de Estados Unidos.
"SAN DIEGO -- Parkinson's patients who exercise regularly have slower declines in quality of life, researchers reported here.
The National Parkinson Foundation and University of Rochester researchers are collaborating on a year-long study comparing the efficacy of telemedicine to in-person community care and updating the term "house call" for the 21st century.
Data released today from the National Parkinson Foundation’s (NPF) Parkinson’s Outcomes Project shows that people with Parkinson’s disease (PD) who start exercising earlier experience a significant slower decline in quality of life than those who start later. The study is being presented today by NPF researchers at the 19th International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders in San Diego, CA.