Parkinson's disease

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Health & Medicine

Cell research on rare disease finds new link to inflammation

Discovery of an inflammatory driver in a rare syndrome may have implications for more common diseases like Parkinson’s and viral infections

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Health & Medicine

Reading the body’s electrical signals to treat illness

Embedded electrical devices are increasingly treating chronic illnesses, but researchers are now seeking to record and interpret our own electrical signals to predict symptoms

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