On World Parkinson’s Day, a New Theory Emerges on the Disease’s Origins and Spread
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Natjana Verhoek,
3M ago
Amsterdam, the Netherlands – The nose or the gut? For the past two decades, the scientific community has debated the wellspring of the toxic proteins at the source of Parkinson’s disease ..read more
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Plain Language Summaries
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Daphne Watrin
4M ago
 What Are Plain Language Summaries ..read more
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People with Parkinson’s benefit from new Home Based Care pathway, study shows
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
6M ago
A pioneering care programme through which people with Parkinson’s are supported in managing and monitoring their condition at home has been shown to have benefits for patients and care teams, according to a new study ..read more
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Advancements in Parkinson's Disease Research: The Winners of the 2023 Parkinson Prize
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
7M ago
The Journal of Parkinson’s Disease is proud to announce the two articles that have won this year’s Parkinson Prize, recognizing these outstanding contributions to the advancement to Parkinson’s disease (PD) research. Recipients of the award are co-authors Kathrin Brockmann, MD, (Center of Neurology at the University of Tübingen, Germany) and Milan Zimmermann, MD (University Hospital of Tuebingen, Germany) for best basic research article, and Dareia S. Roos, MD, (Amsterdam University Medical Center, The Netherlands) for best clinical research article ..read more
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Scientists Plead to Be Heard in Pesticide Debate: Exposure Linked to Risk of Developing Parkinson´s Disease Via Changes in Gut Microbiome
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
8M ago
Amsterdam, the Netherlands – While the European Union has just renewed the approval of the use of herbicide glyphosate for another ten years, scientists issue a call to action to reduce or replace the use of agrochemicals ..read more
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Sage Grows Research Portfolio by Acquiring IOS Press
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
9M ago
Los Angeles, USA – Global independent academic publisher Sage has acquired IOS Press, an independent publisher founded in Amsterdam in 1987 that specializes in health, life, and computer sciences ..read more
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Journal of Parkinson's Disease (JPD) Included in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ)
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
1y ago
Amsterdam, The Netherlands - Editors-in-Chief Bas Bloem, PhD, and Lorraine Kalia, PhD, proudly announce Journal of Parkinson's Disease (JPD) has been accepted into the Direct ..read more
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Common Dry Cleaning Chemical Linked to Parkinson’s
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
1y ago
Trichloroethylene (TCE), a chemical used for decaffeinating coffee and dry cleaning clothes, is linked to Parkinson's disease and known to cause cancer, miscarriages, and heart disease. Millions of people are exposed to TCE through contaminated groundwater and indoor air pollution, increasing their risk of developing Parkinson's ..read more
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Journal of Parkinson’s Disease Awards 2022 Parkinson Prize
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Pim van Holst,
1y ago
The Journal of Parkinson’s Disease and its publisher IOS Press are proud to announce the two articles that have won the 2022 Parkinson Prize. The authors of these articles are being recognized for their outstanding contributions to the advancement of Parkinson’s disease (PD) research. Recipients of the award are co-authors Thomas G. Beach, MD, PhD, FRCPC, Banner Sun Health Research Institute, and Charles H. Adler, MD, PhD, FAAN, Mayo Clinic Arizona (basic research article), and Simon Stott, PhD, Cure Parkinson’s (clinical research article ..read more
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Journal of Parkinson’s Disease Transitioning to Gold Open Access in 2023
Journal of Parkinson's Disease
by Rasjel van der Holst,
1y ago
Amsterdam, October xx, 2022 – The Journal of Parkinson’s Disease (JPD), published by IOS Press, is pleased to announce that beginning in January 2023, JPD will transition to a Gold Open Access publication. This means that all articles published after that date will be immediately and permanently freely available online for readers to view, download, share, and reuse, and will enable authors to comply more easily with funder and institutional mandates ..read more
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