Parkinson's disease

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Diet And Exercise Can Curb Effects Of Parkinson’s Disease, And Promote Overall Immune System Health

Joseph Mercola | Peak Fitness | January 16, 2015

Parkinson's disease is a neurological disorder in which neurons in dopamine-producing cells within a region of your brain known as the substantia nigra, which is required for normal movement, begin to die...However, recent research2 suggests that exercise may be beneficial; improving balance, mobility, and overall quality of life...

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Sage Bionetworks to Share Results of Mobile Health Research Study at Upcoming Precision Medicine Conference

Press Release | Sage Bionetworks | June 29, 2016

In the midst of several colliding perspectives on personal data sharing from both patients and researchers, it is challenging to comprehend how clinical study designs should be conducted to benefit both stakeholders. Sage Bionetworks recently began sharing data from over 9,000 participants of mPower, a mobile health research study for Parkinson's Disease. As one of the first observational assessments of human health to achieve this scale, its success is attributed to the unique study design which emphasizes transparency and trust between participants and researchers...

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Telemedicine in Clinical Trials Highlighted At Upcoming Conferences

Press Release | AMC Health | September 9, 2014

...At the Mobile and Clinical Trials Conference on September 10 and the  4th annual Dpharm: Disruptive Innovations in Clinical Trials Conference September 11-12, panelists will describe how telemedicine technology from AMC Health, a pioneer in providing telemedicine solutions for clinical trials, is being used to overcome these limitations...

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The New York Stem Cell Foundation Research Institute Announces Largest-ever Open Source Stem Cell Repository

Press Release | The New York Stem Cell Foundation | October 22, 2014

The New York Stem Cell Foundation (NYSCF) Research Institute, through the launch of its repository in 2015, will provide for the first time the largest-ever number of stem cell lines available to the scientific research community. Read More »