It’s no secret that what we eat has an enormous impact on our health, and patients with Parkinson’s disease are no exception. Johns Hopkins University Medical Center health educator Chelsea Ganc explains the role of nutrition in Parkinson’s symptom management and the best way to identify a diet that works for your unique needs.
Read about the innovative Parkinson’s disease research ABS is supporting. The project, Memory impairment in Parkinson’s Disease, being led by Johns Hopkins University Medical Center’s Dr. Greg Pontone.
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