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Deep-brain stimulation can be started earlier to ease Parkinson’s symptoms
- Author: Patrick J. Skerrett,
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wow this is a great article. ive learned a lot about this. i really wanted to study in harvard but im not that intelligent.
Nice post. This is really valuable information about parkinsons symptoms because this is becoming a very common problem with humans. Its always good to know more and more about health issues
This is an interesting article on Parkinsons! My great grandmother suffered from this disease and now my grandfather has it. I feel like I can see signs of it starting to set in with my uncle and its always on my mind that one day I may have to battle it. Something that I’ve been researching which helps to reduce the onset and intensity of Parkinsons is a cool newer technology called Whole Body Vibration. I’ve been researching it online and found one of the best sources of information to be research from medical journals and commentary from health care practitioners. Thanks for your blog article!
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