A drug commonly used to treat diabetes could help those living with Parkinson’s disease, research has revealed, according to The Guardian.
Researchers believe that medicines used to treat diabetes could also be used to combat Alzheimer's disease and vice versa, after a new study showed the very close relationship between the two conditions, according to PharmaTimes online
A study for the Sue Ryder charity reports over two-thirds of the public say they had no, or very little knowledge, of neurological disorders according to an article in The Guardian.
Common dementia drug found to improve Parkinson’s symptoms - see article on ITV News website.
Moderate coffee drinking may be tied to lower risk of death. Article on Reuters website.
The woman who can smell Parkinson's Disease - from the BBC website.
News articles from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke