People with Parkinson's and other conditions are struggling to support themselves on even the highest rates of disability benefits, according to new research.
In an exciting landmark for our Get It On Time campaign, we met the Care Quality Commission - the hospital and care home regulator for England - last week.
New figures from Parkinson's UK show that more than 12,000 Scots are now living with Parkinson's, and numbers are continuing to rise.
Researchers in Japan have discovered that people with Parkinson's may have lower levels of caffeine in their blood after drinking tea and coffee.
Betting firm Ladbrokes is making a donation to Parkinson’s UK after a tweet about our ambassador and Sky Sports presenter Dave Clark caused widespread condemnation from the Parkinson’s community.
A Parkinson's UK-funded study, inspired by a woman's ability to smell the condition, has resulted in the discovery of 10 molecules which could lead to the first diagnostic test for Parkinson's.