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I have Parkinson's diseases and thought it would be nice to have a place where the contents of updated news is found in one place. That is why I began this blog.
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Saturday, January 21, 2017
Friday, January 20, 2017
New York Jets legend Mark Gastineau reveals he is suffering from dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease and believes his tough-tackling NFL career is to blame
- Mark Gastineau was a defensive line backer with the New York Jets in the 1980s
- He holds the team's all-time record for the greatest number of 'sacks'
- He admitted he could not believe it when he received the dementia diagnosis
- He said he was working with young players to save them from the same fate
Gastineau, pictured in 1988, was the all-time sack record holder for the New York Jets
|Gastineau's ex-wife Lisa Gastineau (right) and daughter Brittny Gastineau (left) are famous for starring in the E! reality series The Gastineau Girls|
STUDIES SHOW SPORTS INJURIES COULD CAUSE ALZHEIMER'S
Thursday, January 19, 2017
The Paraquat Controversy
Research on paraquat and Parkinson’s disease
January 19, 2017
Wednesday, January 18, 2017
Researchers now know that when a gene called Parkin is damaged, it can cause the familial form of Parkinson’s disease. Parkin’s role within brain cells is critical in making sure those cells produce energy and stay healthy.
|Dr. Philippe Huot|