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Scientists may have been focusing on the wrong organ.
This could transform the lives of the 10 million people living with Parkinson's.
A glimmer of hope for Parkinson's research.
Treating tremors with technology may be the next innovation in Parkinson's care.
The device provides electrical stimulation to target areas of the brain and reduce tremors.
Scientists have developed a blood test that can "accurately" detect early-stage Alzheimer's Disease
This is one of the keys to slowing the death of brain cells, and it could be ready in just five years.
Combating neurological diseases may have just gotten a lot easier.
Researchers found a gatekeeper protein that, when inhibited, allows for the transformation of skin cells into dopamine neurons.
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