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Boxing-based workout helps mobility and hand eye coordination in Parkinson's patients.
Paul Detlefsen is the first patient in the U.S. to manage deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's from an iPod.
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Rutgers and Stanford scientists have developed a novel way to inject healthy human nerve cells into the brain.
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At JFK Medical Center in Edison, doctors use deep brain stimulation surgery to stop tremors.
Mindy Scheier of Livingston created Runway of Dreams to make clothing that is easier for those with physical disabilities to wear more readily available and more mainstream.
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The Environmental Working Group says hundreds of schools nationwide are at risk of exposure to a toxic pesticide.
Rutgers sociologist finds that male baby boomers are 1.6 times more likely to kill themselves than the prior generation.
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