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North-West Evening Mail
History brought to life at Dalton Castleand Sheila Parkinson, from Kirkby Lonsdale, visited the Dalton Castle event aft
History brought to life at Dalton Castle
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 5 days ago
and Sheila Parkinson, from Kirkby Lonsdale, visited the Dalton Castle event after going to Swarthmoor Hall. The Parkinsons became jurors during one of the courtroom trial reconstructions. Mr Parkinson said: "We didn't expect that. It's... Read more
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The Courier
Letterd to the Editorfor approximately 20 hours trying to improve by taking prescribed medication wh
Letterd to the Editor
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
for approximately 20 hours trying to improve by taking prescribed medication which became obvious was not working. Having Parkinsons Disease, type 2 insulin-dependent diabetes and other things, l became worried l would have a hypo because of not... Read more
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Gazette
MS centre in South Gloucestershire gives hope to patients with a range of conditionsof three physios, two assistants and a sports therapist had been helping people
MS centre in South Gloucestershire gives hope to patients with a range of conditions
Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
of three physios, two assistants and a sports therapist had been helping people with all types of neurological conditions, Parkinsons, strokes, spinal chord injuries and other rare conditions for several years. “The main goal for anyone coming to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Movie fans in for a treat when open-air Cult Screens cinema comes to Oxfordhas been entertaining film lovers in Oxford with the outdoor theatre-fun since
Movie fans in for a treat when open-air Cult Screens cinema comes to Oxford
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 days ago
has been entertaining film lovers in Oxford with the outdoor theatre-fun since 2013. Cult Screens has also partnered with Parkinsons UK and will be donating 10 per cent of all bar profits to the charity. Double beanbags are £32, single beanbags... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Movie fans in for a treat when open-air Cult Screens cinema comes to Oxfordhas been entertaining film lovers in Oxford with the outdoor theatre-fun since
Movie fans in for a treat when open-air Cult Screens cinema comes to Oxford
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 15 days ago
has been entertaining film lovers in Oxford with the outdoor theatre-fun since 2013. Cult Screens has also partnered with Parkinsons UK and will be donating 10 per cent of all bar profits to the charity. Double beanbags are £32, single beanbags... Read more
16d
The Courier
Letters to the Editorbudget over the next 4 years of $1.2 billion meaning many old people won't get
Letters to the Editor
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
budget over the next 4 years of $1.2 billion meaning many old people won't get the appropriate care, e.g. a person with Parkinsons disease in care at the moment will receive an extra $66 to support their requirements, but with the cuts in the... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Digital human models key to future clinical researchsimulations of the human body and its disease processes can help improve diagno
Digital human models key to future clinical research
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
simulations of the human body and its disease processes can help improve diagnosis andprognosis for conditions like Parkinsons and pulmonary vascular disease. Although, ultimately destined for the clinic, the technology looks likely to move... Read more
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The Lewistown Sentinel
Eugene H. Williamsof service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in
Eugene H. Williams
The Lewistown Sentinel / Posted 22 days ago
of service at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions in Eugene's memory can be made to The National Parkinsons Foundation 200 SE 1st St., Ste. 800, Miami, FL 33131 or at www.parkinson.org. Online condolences can be offered... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
High school roundup: Pittsfield softball tops Mount Everetta wet afternoon at Monument, but the Spartans (6-3) battled through the slick c
High school roundup: Pittsfield softball tops Mount Everett
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 24 days ago
a wet afternoon at Monument, but the Spartans (6-3) battled through the slick conditions to beat Maple Hill (N.Y.). The Parkinsons combined to score five of Monument's nine goals — Connor had three and Jake two. Joe LaBrasca also had three... Read more
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Northern Star
Ballina residents plead for vandalism to stopsaid. "It's gridlock for police. I completely understand. They seem to know wh
Ballina residents plead for vandalism to stop
Northern Star / Posted 24 days ago
said. "It's gridlock for police. I completely understand. They seem to know who is doing it but they can't do much." The Parkinsons just want to find a solution, rather than to seek revenge or be involved in any racial profiling. "We just want... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lifestyles gym members raise funds for Parkinson's researchhas held a number of fundraising sessions where gym visitors wear pants over th
Lifestyles gym members raise funds for Parkinson's research
Oxford Mail / Posted 27 days ago
has held a number of fundraising sessions where gym visitors wear pants over their gym kits. She said: "Living with Parkinsons Disease is no laughing matter but you’ll often hear us saying Parkinsons is Pants. "Caroline was trying to think... Read more
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WPTZ Burlington
Organizers ready for 2016 Plattsburgh Half MarathonAFTER HER FATHER WAS DIAGNOSED WITH AILMENT IN 2009. EXPENSES GO TO TEAM FOX, W
Organizers ready for 2016 Plattsburgh Half Marathon
WPTZ Burlington / Posted 28 days ago
AFTER HER FATHER WAS DIAGNOSED WITH AILMENT IN 2009. EXPENSES GO TO TEAM FOX, WHICH IS THE MICHAEL J. FOX FOUNDATION FOR PARKINSONS RESEARCH. LIZ: SINCE THE HALF MARATHON STARTED, DESAUTELS SAYS IT HAS RAISED OVER $200,000 FOR THE CHARITY AND... Read more
28d
vitalfootball co uk
Colin Davies - Holteender In The SkyDavies... yet another Holteender In The Sky... Sadly Colin, passed last week a
Colin Davies - Holteender In The Sky
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 28 days ago
Davies... yet another Holteender In The Sky... Sadly Colin, passed last week after a long arduous and brave battle with Parkinsons. Many knew Colin as the man who did the fabulous and funny videos. I was honoured to know him as a friend and... Read more
29d
Mail & Guardian
?Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picturenor from penning a remarkable account of having experimental brain surgery in F
?Investigative reporter David Beresford saw the big picture
Mail & Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
nor from penning a remarkable account of having experimental brain surgery in France while fully awake. He described the Parkinsons condition as like “living in another country”. Beresford was, as always, the model foreign correspondent: a... Read more
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Bury Free Press
Runners brave the cold but warm hearts in the London Marathonin 3hrs 2mins and singing power ballads along the way, Oliver, 33, from Stephen
Runners brave the cold but warm hearts in the London Marathon
Bury Free Press / Posted 30 days ago
in 3hrs 2mins and singing power ballads along the way, Oliver, 33, from Stephenson Place, has raised £4,300 for Parkinsons UK. His dad Chris, from Fornham, has the condition. And for runner Rob Lawson there was also a family connection... Read more
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CTV News
Cashing in on pot: N.B. marijuana producer readies for looming legalizationa very wide variety of products that we grow." Marijuana is also prescribed to
Cashing in on pot: N.B. marijuana producer readies for looming legalization
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
a very wide variety of products that we grow." Marijuana is also prescribed to deal with pain and the symptoms of MS, Parkinsons, PTSD, sleep disorders and anxieties. Security at the Moncton facility is tight. Staff and visitors must don... Read more
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CTV News
Cashing in on pot: N.B. marijuana producer readies for looming legalized marketa very wide variety of products that we grow." Marijuana is also prescribed to
Cashing in on pot: N.B. marijuana producer readies for looming legalized market
CTV News / Posted 1 months ago
a very wide variety of products that we grow." Marijuana is also prescribed to deal with pain and the symptoms of MS, Parkinsons, PTSD, sleep disorders and anxieties. Security at the Moncton facility is tight. Staff and visitors must don... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Thousands of reasons to celebrate with Leeds cash fundLeeds After School Study Support £600; Danby Rovers £1,000; DJ School UK £956;
Thousands of reasons to celebrate with Leeds cash fund
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 1 months ago
Leeds After School Study Support £600; Danby Rovers £1,000; DJ School UK £956; Friends of Middleton Park £1,000; Friends of Parkinsons Park £710; Gan Yisroel Parents Association £1,000; Halton Moor and Osmondthorpe Project for Elders (HOPE) £1,000;... Read more

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