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Parkinson's disease is a neurological disorder that gets progressively worse over time. It results from the degeneration of neurons in a region of the brain that controls movement. Several symptoms are associated with Parkinson's disease, with a tremor in one of the hands being a common early symptom. Many theories exist about the causes of Parkinson's disease; however, none has ever been proven. If symptoms are severe enough to warrant treatment, medications may be prescribed. In severe cases, surgery may be recommended.
 
Welcome to the Parkinson's Disease Health Channel by eMedTV. This health channel contains dozens of articles containing the information you need to better understand this condition. We explain in detail possible causes, early signs and symptoms of the disease, what happens as Parkinson's progresses, and more. In addition, there are articles devoted to preventive measures, new advances in Parkinson's research, and both traditional and alternative treatment methods.
 
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