Not enough people understand what it’s like to live with Parkinson’s. Together, we can change that.
Results show that atomoxetine, a drug used to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), could improve thinking and impulsiveness in Parkinson’s.
Researchers in the United States have shown that a compound found in fruit - farnesol - has the potential to play a protective role to dopamine-producing brain cells.
Eric Corcoran, committee member for South Liverpool Parkinson’s Support Group, has joined forces with University of Liverpool School of Medicine to help get Parkinson’s understood
Gary Shaughnessy is taking on another exciting program of fundraising challenges in 2021, from football matches to marathons.
A new bill that will change how health and care is planned and delivered in England was debated in parliament yesterday (14 July 2021)
On 16 June 2021 volunteers and campaigners across the UK came together to celebrate, learn and plan our next campaign.
MPs and peers hear how they can support Parkinson’s research at a meeting in Parliament.
Caroline Rassell has been appointed as our new Chief Executive. She brings 20 years of board experience in healthcare and government roles.
The Dunbar Craft Studio will open its doors on Thursday 3 June to welcome people with Parkinson's