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European pharma gait detection sensor

European Researchers Team Up with Pharma Companies to Develop Gait Detecting Sensor

A slower walking pace or more variable stride may indicate cognitive decline, according to several studies presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference. Now...
Dopamine detect sensors

University of Central Florida Researchers Developing Sensors to Detect Parkinson’s Disease in Seconds

Dopamine is a chemical that is believed to play a role in various diseases such as Parkinson’s, depression and some cancers. When Parkinson’ disease...
Neura MJFF Shake It UP Parkinsons

NeuRA Researchers Team Up with the Michael J. Fox and Shake It Up Foundations...

In People with Parkinson’s disease, falls are a common event but pose serious health risks. Falls are frequently caused by gait impairments, postural instability...
Untethered Electrode for Neural Stimulation

Pitt Researchers Develop Tiny Light-Activated Electrode for Neural Stimulation

Neural Stimulation involves electrical stimulation of nerve tissues and is the basis of emerging treatments for neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. One of...
Parkinsons WAND implant

Innovative Brain Implant Reads and Stimulates Brain to Improve Parkinson’s Treatment

Neurostimulation is often used to treat conditions such as epilepsy, effects of stroke, and even depression. In this type of treatment, special devices are...
IBM fingernail sensor

IBM Develops Fingernail Sensor That Uses Artificial Intelligence to Monitor Parkinson’s, Other Diseases

The strength of grip is a useful metric for monitoring diseases. Grip strength has been linked with the effectiveness of medication in people with...