Parkinson’s Picnic Watch for Date

You won’t want to miss this! Held at Lone Pine State Park. Watch for links…

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A Sprinkle of Gold Dust Could Help Reverse Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease – 20 Feb 2024

HUMANS20 February 2024


Gold nanocrystals. (Clene Nanomedicine)

Scientists are investigating whether an oral drug sprinkled with gold nanoparticles could one day treat neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson’s and multiple sclerosis.

The experimental …

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APDA: Beyond Medication Wellness Series March 6 – March 27:


APDA Northwest is proud to present a series of free virtual workshops designed to give you practical tools and techniques to help you improve your quality of life with PD.

Hand …

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Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation plans 8-week free online program addressing NUTRITION for Parkinson’s (Feb 12 – Apr 8)


Mondays 10 – 11:15 am PSTFebruary 12 – April 8th, 2024(No class on Monday, April 1st)

An 8-week program designed to provide participants with Parkinson’s, their carepartners, family and friends the …

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Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation Releases February Virtual webinars

The Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation provides programs available to you six days a week! All FREE due to the generosity of our donors, so you can stay ACTIVE, FIT, ENGAGED, and live your BEST …

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Human Powered Potential -rowing to benefit the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research. JUNE 2024

Rowing To Beat Parkinson’s.

The goal of Human Powered Potential is to explore and expand our capacity for endurance — mental, physical and spiritual — while engaging in endeavors intended to …

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Do you have Parkinson’s Disease and depression? Join Our Clinical Trial.

Yale University is evaluating the safety and effectiveness of an FDA-approved antidepressant called ketamine for individuals with Parkinson’s disease (PD). 

We believe that ketamine could reduce depression and possibly target other …

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Wearable device prevents freezing of gait in Parkinson’s patient Wearable device prevents freezing of gait in Parkinson’s patient

Researchers at Harvard and Boston universities have adapted a soft, robotic wearable device to help mitigate the effects …

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NEWS: Spinal device helps man with PD walk without freezing

Spinal device helps man with Parkinson’s walk without freezing

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PPMI: The Study that’s Changing Everything

You may have heard the recent news that scientists have made a major breakthrough toward a biomarker for Parkinson’s. This breakthrough is a direct result from the contributions …

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