Parkinson’s drug treatment chart categorized by pharmacological class.
Researchers examined longitudinal data from 3 studies of Northern European patients with Parkinson disease and conducted follow-up with 440 patients.
Dietary vitamin E and vitamin C intake may be inversely associated with Parkinson disease risk.
The study authors sought to determine which components of the peripheral immune response correlated with diagnoses of Alzheimer or Parkinson Disease.
Study results provide new insight into how neuron subtypes outside the substantia nigra pars compacta may be compensating at a molecular level for differences in the motor production neural circuit during the progression of Parkinson’s disease.
Supramotor threshold transcranial magnetic stimulation to primary motor cortex (M1) is a safe and potentially effective treatment option for functional limb weakness.
The researchers found that the cumulative incidence of RLS in pregnancy was 18.1 percent for all women and 20.3, 15.4, 17.1, and 21.1 percent for White, Black, Hispanic, and Asian women.
A multi-strain probiotic consisting of 8 different commercially available bacterial strains reduced constipation in patients with Parkinson Disease.
Exposure to air pollution is associated with an increased risk for neurological disorders in older adults.
Long-term survival analysis shows that patients with earlier initiation of sodium PB-TURSO treatment for ALS have longer median overall survival.