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| ||The latest Parkinson's disease news from News Medical|| |
| ||New study explores various facets of active aging|
A new study will explore the various facets of active aging. Professor Taina Rantanen, from the Gerontology Research Center at the University of Jyväskylä sees active aging as the interaction of skills, activity, aspirations and autonomy... Read more.
Patients recently diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease that have low levels of vitamin B12 develop symptoms faster than those with higher levels, suggesting supplementation could postpone the progression of symptoms, new research has found.
Until very recently, Parkinson's had been thought a disease that starts in the brain, destroying motion centers and resulting in tremors and loss of movement.
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