http://www.msnetwork.org/basics/green-tea.pdf
Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s diseases ... 6-hydroxydopamine; OS oxidative stress; PD Parkinson’s disease; PKC protein kinase C ... Lewy body, the morphological hallmark of Parkinson’s disease (PD), composed also of ... b) and in MPTP-induced parkinsonism (Gal et al., 2005). In ... with his innovative research on Parkinson’s disease and multifunctional drug
 
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Cerebral Microbleeds  Increase MS  Risks - Aug 2016
Alzheimer’s disease and
Parkinson’s disease. Significant Overlap in Risk Factors for MS, Microbleeds The study, published in the journal Radiology, is among the first to examine what cerebral microbleeds may mean for clinical outcomes in MS. Researchers decided to study cerebral microbleeds and MS because they saw significant overlap in the risk factors
 
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MS Nerve Degeneration Triggered by Chain Reaction in Cells - Dec 2015
Alzheimer’s and
Parkinson’s. Researchers found that the molecule nicotinamide mononucleotide (NMN) triggers a chain reaction resulting in axon destruction. NMN is a precursor of nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD), a molecule vital for the production of energy in cells. NMN was found to initiate axon degeneration in both neuron cell cultures and
 
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International Society Neurovascular Disease 2015 Research Grants
Parkinson's Disease (PD) and Multiple Sclerosis (CCSVI in PD & MS) Shreveport's Dr J Stephen Alexander: 'Diagnostic and prognostic use of neurolymphatic biomarkers in Multiple Sclerosis'. (MS-CCSVI biomarker) "With these grants, the AFRFND takes a substantial step forward in directly supporting sophisticated research into palliating, treating and curing
 
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Proper Sleep is Essential for Effective Brain Functioning - October 2013 
Parkinson's disease are characterised by the build-up of damaged proteins in the brain. The researchers suggest that problems with the brain's cleaning mechanism may contribute to such diseases, but caution more research is needed. Alzheimer's Research UK said more research would be needed to see whether damage to the brain's waste clearance system could
 
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International Society Neurovascular Disease Annual Conference - April 2016
Drainage Impairments in
Parkinson's Disease (PD) and Multiple Sclerosis." Dr. Marcella Lagana, Laboratory of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi ONLUS, Milan, Italy • 4:30 - 4:45 PM: "Diagnostic and Prognostic use of Neurolymphatic Biomarkers in MS." - J. Steven Alexander, PhD, Louisiana State University, USA • 4:45 – 5:00 PM:
 
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Australian Womens Weekly - CCSVI Interview with Kerri Cassidy Dec 2016
Parkinson’s as well,” she says. “ Australian Women's Weekly ‘’A breakthrough halted Kerri Cassidy's Multiple Sclerosis symptoms. Now she's fighting so it can help others. Beverley Hadgraft reports on Australia's own Lorenzo's Oil case. This article was in response to Kerri's selection as Finalist for the Australian National Disability Awards for
 
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Tysabri (natalizumab) linked to deadly JVC Brain Infection - Jan 2016
neurologists and neuroscience professionals, is dedicated to promoting the highest quality patient-centered neurologic care. A neurologist is a doctor with specialized training in diagnosing, treating and managing disorders of the brain and nervous system such as Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, migraine, multiple sclerosis, concussion,
Parkinson’s disease and
 
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Video that explains how and why Vibration based exercise therapy works
Parkinson’s Disease, to name a few - visit the Canadian Chiropractor for more background information. While many people with MS are not able to effectively engage in ‘conventional' exercise it is reported that appropriately supervised vibration therapy can be a great help. Examples include maintaining/restoring muscle integrity, recovering from
 
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Improving Ultrasound Diagnosis of Cerebral Venous Return - Feb 2016
Alzheimer’s disease [6],
Parkinson’s disease [7], Meniere disease [8], and migraine [9–11]. From a behavioural point of view, ... dural sinuses and extracranial draining veins and their relationship with white matter hyperintensities for patients with Parkinson's disease,” Journal of Vascular Surgery, vol. 61, no. 6, pp. 1511.e1–1520.e1, 2015
 
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Internal Jugular Vein Cross-Sectional Area and Cerebrospinal Fluid Pulsatility in ...
Parkinson's disease [14], Meniere’s disease [15, 16] and Alzheimer’s disease [17, 18]. While the link between ... insufficiency in the dural sinuses and extracranial draining veins and their relationship with white matter hyperintensities for patients with Parkinson's disease. J Vasc Surg. 2015; 61(6):1511–20.e1. PMID: 24655749. doi: 10. 1016/j.jvs.2014
 
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http://www.msnetwork.org/bloodflow/ISNVD-2015-Spring-Newsletter.pdf
Parkinson's Disease (PD) and Multiple Sclerosis (CCSVI in PD & MS) Shreveport's (LSU) Dr. J. Stephen Alexander: 'Diagnostic and prognostic use of neurolymphatic bio-markers in Multiple Sclerosis'. (MS-CCSVI biomarker) "With these grants, the AFRFND takes a substantial step forward in directly supporting sophisticated research into palliating, treating and
 
13.
Neurovascular Issues &  Multiple Sclerosis : Historical Background
Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, or other disorders," says Dr. Wszolek. "Many of these patients were therefore treated with drugs that offered only toxic side effects. "Given this finding, we may soon have a blood test that can help doctors diagnose HDLS, and I predict we will find it is much more common than anyone could have imagined," he
 
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The Neurovascular Link in Health and Disease: Molecular Mechanisms and...
Parkinson’s disease (PD) (Zlokovic, 2008). However, the causative nature of these vascular alterations has been debated in the past: do vascular defects cause neurodegeneration and/or accelerate disease progression, or are they a consequence of neuronal loss and cerebral hypometabolism. At least some studies have been instrumental in revealing a causal
 
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Oxygen Therapy and Brain Repair - 2014
Parkinson can now walk up to two ... the image of injured paratrooper Ben Parkinson carrying the Olympic torch in 2012, ... through his home town of Doncaster. Parkinson was just 22 when a bomb ... that to improve too.” Paratrooper Ben Parkinson, who lost both legs aged just ... as the hallmark of MS. Ben Parkinson, pictured before his injuries in Afghanistan
 
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Drinking coffee may reduce the risk for multiple sclerosis
Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, and our study shows that coffee intake may also protect against MS, supporting ... two populations certainly seems supportive…of coffee being protective against MS, particularly with what we have seen in Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's disease." "That said, we obviously also need to have a better understanding of
 
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http://www.msnetwork.org/abstracts/Dreno-MAM-Case-Report-EN.pdf
We suggest that the method could be also used in the 14 chronic fatigue syndrome and other neurological diseases such as
Parkinson. Analyses on statistically 15 robust samples are in progress to validate ... in the chronic fatigue syndrome and other neurological diseases such as Parkinson. 116 Analyses on statistically robust samples are in progress to validate
 
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Could Body Posture During Sleep Affect How Your Brain Clears Waste?
Alzheimer’s,
Parkinson’s and other neurological diseases, according to researchers at Stony Brook University. By using dynamic contrast magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to image the brain’s glymphatic pathway, a complex system that clears wastes and other harmful chemical solutes from the brain, Stony Brook University researchers Hedok Lee, PhD,
 
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Bacterial Biofilms - role in lupus, MS, other auto-immune diseases - 2015
Parkinson's disease also feature amyloids. "Right now, we can only speculate," she said. "Some reports suggested that antibiotic treatment may be changing the course of Alzheimer's disease. Antibiotics are thought, in some cases, to slow the mental decline suggesting that bacterial infections, or a bacterial component, may be contributing to the disease.
 
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Lyme Disease Issues Continue to attract ongoing Attention
Borrelia bacteria in brain tissue of Alzheimer victims. Incredibly seven out of ten brain specimens were positive for the specific DNA of Borrelia, a microbe which causes Lyme Disease. He goes on to postulate associations with other diseases including
Parkinson's and Multiple Sclerosis