Parkinson's Disease

Smartwatches Can Detect Parkinson’s Disease 7 Years Ahead

A recent investigative study has revealed that smartwatches can detect Parkinson’s disease seven years ahead of symptoms. A study conducted by the UK health authorities showed that they were able to detect which participants are most likely to develop the disease after following their speed of movement via smartwatches.

US: New Report Shows 50% Increase In Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease affects the neurological system and the areas of the body that are regulated by the nerves. It is the second most prevalent neurological disease in the US, after Alzheimer’s disease. A recent report revealed a shocking 50% increase in the actual figures of Parkinson’s disease in the country. Previous records show that 60,000 patients of the disease were treated annually, the figures are contradicted by the latest report.