Parkinson’s: Promising Stem Cell Treatment Reverses Symptoms in Rodents

Parkinson’s: Promising Stem Cell Treatment Reverses Symptoms in Rodents A progressive neurodegenerative disorder, PD damages or destroys neurons located in the midbrain. These neurons produce dopamine, a neurotransmitter that plays a role in movement. This lack of dopamine causes PD symptoms which include tremors, stiffness, and impaired balance and coordination.

Research Connecting Noise, Hearing Loss and Migraines

Research Connecting Noise, Hearing Loss and Migraines Does everything seem extraordinarily loud? It could be a migraine settling in. The connection between migraines and the auditory system has often been overlooked. But new research at Missouri State University is making a big bang. Read more...

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