Tag: Parkinson’s disease

Inflammation linked to Parkinson’s disease

Boston University researchers analyzed the brain tissues of patients who died from either Parkinson’s disease or Huntington’s disease and compared them with samples from those who had no [...]

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How exercise slows Parkinson’s progression

I’m struggling to manage my Parkinson’s disease. Because I’m having trouble controlling my movements, I’m not getting out much anymore. What can I do?

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Combat the onslaught of environmental toxins with antioxidants

We live in a toxic world – and that’s not changing anytime soon. But before you succumb to the toxic juices your brain may be marinating in right now, there’s something you can do to help clear [...]

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Rosacea may be more than a skin condition

If you’ve been diagnosed with rosacea, the culprit behind those red bumps is almost always low stomach acid. Here’s how to replace what’s missing in your digestive system to clear up your face – [...]

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Restless leg syndrome could be just a side effect

You might think that with restless leg syndrome, you’ve just got to find a way to keep your legs from moving and you’ll sleep through the night. But RLS might actually be a side effect of your [...]

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Exercise benefits Parkinson’s patients

A massive data review of 30 years of Parkinson’s research confirms what we already knew about exercise: Doing it regularly can improve a range of physical functions, prevent falls and improve [...]

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Caffeine could help slash dementia risk

Caffeine lowers risk of dementia in women by 36 per cent – but if you’re relying on caffeine to stay awake, you should focus on consistently getting a good night’s sleep.

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Exposure to toxins can cause tinnitus

If you haven’t been living the “rock and roll lifestyle,” but you’ve still got that telltale ringing in your ears, look to some common toxins that you may have been exposed to – including some [...]

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Yoga may help you avoid those “senior moments”

In a new study, a group of elderly patients improved their physical and mental health – including less of those dreaded “senior moments” – with just an hour of yoga a week.

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Here’s how to avoid septic shock

Septic shock was ultimately what killed boxing great Muhammad Ali. And if your immune system is compromised, you need to take steps to avoid it.

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