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According to researchers, depressive symptoms and altered use of public transportation occurred a decade before diagnosis of late-onset Parkinson disease in a cohort of patients.
The total economic burden across an estimated 1.04 million US residents diagnosed with Parkinson disease is $51.9 billion and is projected to climb by 2037.


Maria C Ospina, MD, movement disorder neurologist, discusses how physicians can ensure they receive all of the information needed to unlock patterns of Parkinson disease among their patients, and breaks down treatment options for off episodes for…
Preliminary results of a recent study show why exercise is specifically beneficial for patients with Parkinson disease and why people feel better after exercise.
An article from Parkinson’s News Today outlines 10 quick tips for caregivers to help them effectively care for patients with Parkinson disease while also taking care of themselves.
Patrik Brundin, MD, PhD, Center for Neurodegenerative Science, Van Andel Research Institute, Grand Rapids, MI, discusses LTC-specific concerns related to the care of older adults with PD.
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