According to MoneySavingExpert.com, more than 800,000 people would have been better off if they had purchased a prescription prepayment certificate.
While we are disappointed by Pfizer's announcement that they will cease funding Parkinson's research, Parkinson's UK will continue to work with urgency and determination.
Testing caffeine levels in the blood may provide a simple way to aid the diagnosis of Parkinson's, according to a study published in the January 3 2018 online issue of Neurology.
The story of Joy Milne is testament to the role that people who live with a health condition can have in inspiring scientists to make research breakthroughs.
The UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network has appointed Dr Donald Grosset from Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital as its new Clinical Director.
"It was an absolute joy. If only all gigs were like this!" Those were the words of comedian Joe Heenan after a fantastic first Shake with Laughter Glasgow this week.
Tim Vine headlined a sold out Shake with Laughter fundraiser at the Comedy Store, London on October 16, raising more than £9,500 for Parkinson's UK.
A new series of free speech and language sessions for people living with Parkinson’s in and around Northumberland, Tyneside and Durham will start from 30 September.