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If you're having trouble signing on the dotted line, or you've noticed a change in your handwriting, it may signal more than just sloppy writing.
Research to understand and treat brain disease is painstaking, complicated and highly specialized work. But new treatments and possibly even cures for the brain diseases could be a reality sooner than ever thought possible.
There is no cure for Parkinson's disease, but there is a way to control the tremors, shaky hands and other symptoms through a procedure called deep brain stimulation.
A patient with early onset Parkinson’s disease, received deep brain stimulation surgery at University Hospitals, which enabled him to resume his life and return to the activities he loves.
Vivid, scary dreams can leave you feeling shaken, but usually they aren't dangerous. Learn about when it's time to talk to your doctor about your nightmares.
Everyone slows down a little bit as they get older, but how do you know when your shaky hands or stiff muscles cross the line into a movement disorder such as Parkinson's disease or essential tremor?
When John Miller Jr. was diagnosed with vascular Parkinson’s disease, he noticed stiffness and changes in his balance and walking. Because of his symptoms, John was referred to outpatient physical therapy at UH St. John Medical Center.