Articles about Parkinson

Putin may have Parkinson's; could step down next year: Report

06 Nov 2020

World
Putin may have Parkinson's; could step down next year: Report

Russia's President Vladimir Putin, whose fitness videos have made other world leaders envious, may have Parkinson's disease, The Sun claimed, adding that he might quit early next year.

South Africa look to seal ODI series against England

06 Feb 2020

Sports
South Africa look to seal ODI series against England

Hosts South Africa would take on visitors England in the second ODI at the Kingsmead Cricket Ground in Durban on Friday.

Testing tears may help treat Parkinson's early: Study

23 Feb 2018

Technology
Testing tears may help treat Parkinson's early: Study

Testing tears may be a reliable, inexpensive and non-invasive way to diagnose Parkinson's disease early, a study has found.

ARM chip to aid in brain and spinal injury recovery

18 May 2017

Technology
ARM chip to aid in brain and spinal injury recovery

ARM and US researchers at the Centre for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE) at University of Washington are working on a chip capable of helping people to recover from brain and spinal injuries.

Brain Cell Therapy can be the miracle cure for Parkinson's

14 Apr 2017

Technology
Brain Cell Therapy can be the miracle cure for Parkinson's

By replacing cells to cure a damaged brain, scientists now claim they have managed to slow down and reverse the symptoms of Parkinson's disease.