Parkinson's Disease - Management

On the Horizon: Advances in the Field of Parkinson's

New findings show promise in helping to slow the progression of the disease as well as stop symptoms from developing in the first place.

A Show of Strength: Weight Training Benefits Parkinson's Patients

New research suggests that a particular type of exercise may help improve Parkinson's symptoms.

Newly Diagnosed With Parkinson's Disease

If you, or someone you love, have been diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, here are your first steps.

Parkinson's Clinical Trials: How to Find and Join

Clinical trials are a great way to receive the highest level of medical care while advancing disease treatment. Find out more.

The Health Benefits of Grape Seed Extract

A byproduct of the wine-making process, this supplement possesses powerful antioxidant power.

The Benefits of Exercise for Parkinson's

An active lifestyle may help slow the progression of Parkinson's while providing other key health benefits.

Health Concerns: How to Keep Family Updated

The Web offers many options for staying connected and keeping loved ones updated on your or your family member's health issues. These methods are fast, easy, and efficient, and you'll know your support network is right there with you as a part of your journey.

Living With Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease touches more than just the person with the disease; family members and close friends must alter their lifestyles, too. Use this guide to help prepare for the changes ahead.

Coping With Parkinson's Disease: 7 Tips to Help Manage Symptoms

Parkinson's disease doesn't have to keep patients from living full and active lives. Follow these seven tips to help manage your symptoms.

Health Hero: Mike Johnston

Mike Johnston, 49, an electrical contractor in Bristol, Tennessee, had his life turned upside down by Parkinson's disease. Learn about his courageous journey.

Understanding Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease affects an estimated 1.5 million Americans. Here, a guide for patients and their loved ones.