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Post Exercise Improves Function in Parkinson?s Disease

(Psych Central News) A new randomized clinical trial provides definitive proof that exercise is a good thing for people with Parkinson disease (PD). Researchers discovered physical exercise, including treadmill, stretching and resistance exercises, was associated with improve gait speed, muscle strength and fitness for individuals with PD. Investigators say the study findings add to the evidence regarding the [...]

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