Research shows targeting LRRK2 could benefit many with Parkinson's
New research highlights importance of LRRK2 as a pivotal player in all kinds of Parkinson's, not just genetic forms.
Parkinson's UK responds to new laws on cannabis-based medicines
The government have announced a relaxation of the laws governing access to cannabis-based medicines. This will give doctors the ability to prescribe them.
Parkinson's UK responds to the death of Jessica Mann
We are deeply saddened to hear that the crime writer and social historian Jessica Mann has passed away, after living with Parkinson's for more than 20 years.
Getting mental health on the parliamentary agenda
Update on the latest meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Parkinson's
Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment Process Published
On 29 June 2018 the Independent Review of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP) Assessment Process in Northern Ireland, carried out by Walter Radar, was published.
Diabetes-type drug may slow Parkinson's
Researchers in America have developed an experimental drug, similar to compounds used to treat diabetes, that slows the progression of Parkinson's in a mouse model of the condition.
Heatwave - keeping cool when you have Parkinson's
We've been contacted by people with Parkinson's who are concerned about their symptoms getting worse in the heat. We've prepared some information to help.
Share your views with Wales Neurological Alliance - Rhannwch eich barn efo Cynghrair Niwrolegol Cymru
Share your views with Wales Neurological Alliance
Rhannwch eich barn efo Cynghrair Niwrolegol Cymru
Regular PIP reassessments scrapped for those on highest rates
Update about people on higher rates of PIP not having to be reassessed
Study finds potential benefits of vitamin B3
Researchers have discovered that nicotinamide riboside, a form of vitamin B3, may boost energy in nerve cells and help prevent them being lost in Parkinson's.