Removing The Appendix Could Reduce The Risk of Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson's disease is an incurable brain disease that affects the senses, memory and mood. According to studies conducted in the US, the disease possibly starts from the appendix and those who have removed theirs are less prone to develop the disease. The function of the appendix for a long time has not been explained but…
Type 2 diabetes drug combats Parkinson's
A diabetes drug could be a breakthrough treatment for stopping Parkinson’s disease in its tracks, a study suggests.People with Parkinson’s who took Exenatide – an existing diabetes medication - for around a year had better motor skills than those who took a placebo.
Women group seeks support for Alzheimer’s patients, caregivers
President and convener of Women Foundation of Nigeria (WFN), Iyom Josephine Anenih, has called for social support for patients suffering Alzheimer diseases and their caregivers ...