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Researchers said on Tuesday that deep brain stimulation dramatically improves Parkinson's disease symptoms such as trembling and slowness of movement, offering hope to many with the incurable ailment.
Deep brain stimulation to help reduce tremors and other symptoms in people with Parkinson's disease has some serious side effects, a U.S. study finds. These include infection at the surgical site and cognitive decline, the study of 225 advanced Parkinson's patients at seven U.S.
In the last few years there has been a growing number of documented cases in which large earthquakes set off unfelt tremors in earthquake faults hundreds, sometimes even thousands, of miles away.
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MUNICH, LONDON and NEW YORK, Sept. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- Tremor Media, the leading video advertising network and provider of the Acudeo Video Monetization Platform, has appointed Christian Baudis as the new head of its European business and is beginning its worldwide expansion.
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Tremor Media, the leading online video advertising network and provider of the Acudeo video monetization platform, today shared the results of its proprietary research of pre-roll video completion rates.
Tremor-triggered cave-in kills two, traps five in NE China colliery SHENYANG, July 30 (Xinhua) -- Two people died and five remain trapped in a tremor-triggered cave-in at a colliery in northeast China's Liaoning Province, authorities said here on Wednesday. The tremor occurred around 9:20 a.m.
Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua: "Tremor-Triggered Cave-In Kills Two, Traps Five in NE China colliery"] Tremor-triggered cave-in kills two, traps five in NE China colliery SHENYANG, July 30 (Xinhua) - Two people died and five remain trapped in a tremor-triggered cave-in at a colliery in northeast China's Liaoning Province, authorities said here on Wednesday.
By PETER GOTT Dear Dr. Gott: I was diagnosed as having Parkinson's disease. While I've apparently had the condition for a long time, my posture is the same as it has been for many years. In fact, everything is the same.
By PETER GOTT Dear Dr. Gott: I was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease in June 2005. I take Mirapex, which is prescribed, and co-enzyme Q10, which is not. I read somewhere that Q10 is a good over-the-counter for people with Parkinson's disease.