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Music Improves Parkinson's Gait

Post prepared by Quoc-Sy Kinh Nguyen Drexel University College of Medicine Class of 2014

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Therapeutics

Nocturne

I stay up late at night:
I somehow need to feel the dark.
To have a space to bubble into,
Rise and grow and stretch myself. 73 more words

Parkinsons

Do Not Go Gently

Last night I took my husband Jake to Blueberry Hill for his birthday. We were able to see Chuck Berry perform in the Duck Room after trying to get tickets for five or six years. 308 more words

Parkinson's

A cochlear stimulator can help regrow auditory nerves

We recently reported on the great strides being made in treating life-changing paralysis with spinal implants, and as it happens there’s similar technology being trialed with cochlear implants & deafness. 164 more words

Healthcare

Saskatoon yoga class caters to those with Parkinson's disease

Watch above: Parkinson’s patients turn to yoga for treatment

SASKATOON – A group of Saskatoon Parkinson’s patients have taken to yoga in an effort to treat the disease they’ve been diagnosed with. 350 more words

Health

Speak helps EPDA launch new life-changing initiative

The European Parkinson’s Disease Association (EPDA) has launched an unprecedented new initiative which will drastically improve  the lives of thousands of people with Parkinson’s (PwPs) in Europe. 130 more words

News

Learning To Use A Computer At Age 65

Aging is a process everything and everyone goes through. From a fine wine, to an elegant older woman, there are many plus sides to aging. There are down sides as well, Parkinson’s disease is one of those. 511 more words