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New Parkinson’s Specialist Nurse in Hornsby

New Parkinson’s Specialist Nurse in Hornsby Suliana Manuofetoa has joined Parkinson’s NSW as a Parkinson’s Specialist Nurse based at Hornsby Ku-ring-gai Hospital in Sydney. She began […]

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My [Parkinson’s] Life – Fran Hayes

My [Parkinson's] Life - Fran Hayes  Having Parkinson’s is just one aspect of a person’s life story. We want to share more stories of the varied […]

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Healthy and Active for Life

Healthy and Active for Life Healthy and Active for Life Online is a FREE 10 week program for adults aged 60 years* and over. How does […]

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Benefits of warm water exercise for Parkinson’s

Benefits of warm water exercise for Parkinson’s People living with Parkinson’s who exercise regularly reduce the impact and progression of the disease better than those who […]

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Freezing of gait

Freezing of Gait Freezing of gait is a sudden, short, temporary, unpredictable inability to walk. This occurs despite the fact that the person wants to and […]

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Parkinson’s may start before birth

Parkinson’s may start before birth People who develop Parkinson's disease before age 50 may have been born with disordered brain cells that went undetected for decades, […]

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Retinal thinning associated with hallucinations

Research: Retinal thinning associated with hallucinations Researchers have found a link between visual hallucinations in people with Parkinson’s disease and the thinning of the inner retina in the […]

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World Parkinson Congress postponed

World Parkinson Congress postponed Due to COVID-19 and the global impact of the pandemic, the 6th World Parkinson Congress (WPC) has been postponed from 2022 to […]

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Constipation in Parkinson’s

Constipation in Parkinson's Constipation is a common problem in Parkinson’s and can also predate the Parkinson’s diagnosis.  Most importantly, constipation can reduce the quality of life […]

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Diet and Parkinson’s

Diet and Parkinson's Eating a Mediterranean diet is linked to later onset of Parkinson’s, a study by researchers at the University of British Columbia, Canada, has found. According to […]

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Neuroprotective benefits of exercise

NEUROPROTECTIVE BENEFITS OF EXERCISE Exercise for people with living with Parkinson’s exercise is not only healthy – it is vital for maintaining balance, mobility, and daily […]

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