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txchnologist: “ Neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor, a benign trembling of the hands, head, voice, legs or trunk, are heavy burdens in their own right. But add to...

txchnologist: “ Neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease and essential tremor, a benign trembling of the hands, head, voice, legs or trunk, are heavy burdens in their own right. But add to...

Transplant of stem-cell-derived dopamine neurons shows promise for Parkinson's disease

Transplant of stem-cell-derived dopamine neurons shows promise for Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's Disease, Neurons, Stem Cells, Medicine, Nerve Cells, Medical Science, Medical, Medical Technology

Tunneling nanotubes between neurons enable the spread of Parkinson's disease via lysosomes

Tunneling nanotubes between neurons enable the spread of Parkinson's disease via lysosomes

Scientists from the Institut Pasteur have demonstrated the role of lysosomal vesicles in transporting α-synuclein aggregates, responsible for Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases, between .

What a wonderful piece of medical innovation… [might have to go to the page to see the gif]

What a wonderful piece of medical innovation…

Why Michael J. Fox Will Never Find a Cure - The Health Wyze Report

Why Michael J. Fox Will Never Find a Cure

Opal is a stone of inspiration which enhances imagination and creativity. It helps one release inhibitions and enhances memory. Opal is also a very spiritual stone, and can help one be "invisible" in situations where they don't care to be noticed. It is said to be a stone for love, as well. Opal brings happy dreams. It also eases the process of change. Physically, opal is said to be helpful for eyesight and Parkinson's disease.

Opal While opal is like quartz, it is hydrated and has no orderly crystal structure—it’s amorphous, like glass, but it’s not a mineral! Fun fact: NASA found opal on Mars several years ago.

Retooling Brain Care With Low-Cost, Data-Driven Technologies. huffingtonpost.com

Retooling Brain-Care With Low-Cost Technology

18 Amazing Facts About The Human Body  Infographic

18 Amazing Facts About The Human Body (Infographic) - this is the most I've learned about Human Anatomy.and I'm in the Human Anatomy class at school

Earth Day: Things we get from trees are amazing! They provide beauty, shade, oxygen, clean air and water, fruit, nuts and wood products such as paper, furniture and housing. These benefits are well known. But did you know that literally thousands of products are made from trees? Many are surprising! From the medicine L-Dopa for treating Parkinson's Disease, to film in your camera, forest products are all around us.  They give us life...don't take them for granted.

National Forest Products Week occurs and is celebrated the third week in October yearly.

Novel Genetic Patterns May Make Us Rethink Biology and Individuality - The Almagest

Novel Genetic Patterns May Make Us Rethink Biology and Individuality - The Almagest

New research shows that schizophrenia is not a single disease, but a group of eight distinct disorders, each caused by changes in clusters of genes that lead to different sets of symptoms.

New evidence suggests Parkinson's might start in the gut not the brain

New evidence suggests Parkinson's might start in the gut, not the brain - Dec 2016 - A new study adds to a growing body of research that suggests we might have been thinking about Parkinson& disease wrong this whole time.

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Lewy Body Dementia shares characteristics with both Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases.

Apoptosis: Many diseases and disorders are linked with the life and death of cells -- increased apoptosis is a characteristic of AIDS, alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease, while decreased apoptosis can signal lupus or cancer. Understanding how to regulate apoptosis could be the first step to treating these conditions.

What is apoptosis?

Apoptosis or Programmed Cell Death “PCD” is deliberate suicide of any unwanted cells in humans

Brad Carter, 39, was filmed while surgeons at UCLA in California placed a pacemaker implant in his brain to counteract the effects of Parkinson's disease. Mr Carter was diagnosed with the condition after he developed hand tremors in 2006 which caused him to lose the ability to play his guitar. But in the incredible footage posted on Twitter, Mr Carter can be seen playing his beloved instrument in the middle of the operation, pictured right, as doctors finish implanting electrodes in his…

'I played guitar during brain surgery': Incredible video shows patient strumming away as doctors live-streamed his operation

Patient Brad Carter, was filmed while surgeons at UCLA in California placed a pacemaker implant in his brain yesterday to counteract the effects of Parkinson's disease.

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