– As far as disclosures, I have no financial conflicts of interests here. Another thing that we like to disclose is are we going to talk about non-FDA uses of medications? And for the psychiatric symptoms of Parkinson’s, yes, we will be addressing those. I will do my best in general to use both the
Living day-to-day with Parkinson’s can be really difficult Mainly because of the huge breath of symptoms we face and how we all experience a different set of them That’s why I’m rooting for technology There’s a whole host of devices and apps out there that we can piece together to make our own personalised toolkit
Exercise, exercise, exercise! Do exercise, some type of exercise It makes me feel better I find that every time I do it Doing this has given me purpose and structure I do exercise every day and I do it as often as I’m not doing something else I’m not a person that’s pumped iron or
– [Narrator] His experience and ideas can save the city millions of dollars, avoid bankruptcy and do it without raising taxes. He wants a new city council. He wants tough new judges. He’s the one candidate who has always made the right decisions. Ed Rendell, the right direction for Philadelphia. (hopeful music) – [Dr. Stern]
“Is Something in Tobacco Protective Against Parkinson’s Disease?” The CDC recently celebrated the 50-year anniversary of the landmark 1964 Surgeon General’s report on smoking, considered one of the greatest public health achievements of our time, the first of 30 other such reports from the Surgeon General on smoking. Internal tobacco industry memos document their response.
– We’ve all heard that dogs have an amazing sense of smell, something along the lines of 10,000 times more powerful than the human nose. And we’ve even heard some stories of dogs being able to smell diseases like cancer. But are there humans out there who can do the same thing, like smell diseases?
“Berries vs. Pesticides in Parkinson’s Disease” In the original description of Parkinson’s disease, by none other than Dr. James Parkinson himself, he described a characteristic feature of the disease: constipation, torpid or lethargic bowels, which may precede the diagnosis by many years. In fact, bowel movement frequency may be predictive. Men with less than daily
– What does the research say about coffee and Parkinson’s? Is caffeine good or bad for you? Today we’re going to dive deep into the research on Parkinson’s, coffee and caffeine to determine if your morning brew is helping or hurting your symptoms. And make sure you stay tuned to the end, ’cause I’m going
“Could Lactose Explain the Milk – Parkinson’s Disease Link?” Parkinson’s disease is the second most common neurodegenerative disease after Alzheimer’s. In the US, there are approximately 60,000 new cases diagnosed every year, bringing the total number of current cases up to about a million, with tens of thousands dying from it every year. The dietary
[Rhonda]: In the case of mitophagy here, it’s also it plays an important role in the prevention of neurodegenerative diseases. Correct? [Dr. Kroemer]: Yes. So, most known neurodegenerative diseases are either caused by the aggregation of poorly built protein cell that somehow create protein aggregates that are toxic for the cell. Or they can also