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For Patients With Parkinson's Disease: It Takes Two to Tango

This study indicates that your mother was right about eating your fruits and vegetables: results suggest that eating some foods and avoiding others could be a nutrient prescription for Parkinson disease.

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The Tango may have a variety of therapeutic benefits for patients with Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson disease

The latest scientific developments about the brain and how it works were presented this week at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Potential new treatments were identified.

These findings advance knowledge about the link between brain inflammation and the progression of brain disorders and suggest possible targets for future treatments.

Up until now, these treatments have not produced promising efficacy results in clinical trials. MRI could show the way.

Why ask patients to “spit in a cup”? Statistically significant protein differences have been found in Alzheimer disease saliva, and trends have been observed for Parkinson disease.

Serum testing for NMDAR and other autoantibodies is fraught with pitfalls, and careful clinical consideration is important.

In this podcast, Ann Scher, PhD, lead author in a recently published study, gives a succinct overview of the details and briefly discusses what the findings may suggest.

Tango may be not only a vibrant dance of passion but also a therapeutic one. Symptoms and socialization may be improved.

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