Our Senior Vice President of Public Policy weighs in on how various health care policies could change under the new administration.

What Health Care Policy Changes Can We Expect?

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A resident physician at Massachusetts General Hospital shares ideas on how medical professionals and policy makers can better support caregivers.

Who Will Care for the Caregivers?

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Younger people may experience symptoms and overall course of disease somewhat differently from those diagnosed later in life.

Frequently Asked Questions about Young-Onset Parkinson's

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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has made it easier for certain former service members with Parkinson's to receive disability benefits.

New Ruling Supports Veterans with Parkinson's

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Rachel Dolhun, MD explains what causes “off” time in Parkinson’s disease and how to manage it.

Ask the MD: What is “Off” Time in Parkinson’s Disease?

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Differences in gut bacteria seen in people with Parkinson's may lead to greater understanding and treatment of disease.

Podcast: What’s the Connection between Gut Bacteria and Parkinson’s?

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Researchers are investigating the role of gut bacteria in Parkinson’s. Learn more in our free webinar.

Gut Bacteria and Parkinson's

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Pain and fatigue are common, and frustrating, non-motor Parkinson’s symptoms.

Frequently Asked Questions about Pain and Fatigue in Parkinson's

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In Washington, DC, the new Congress and incoming administration are engaged in a wide range of policy discussions that could significantly impact people with Parkinson's.

MJFF Policy Watch: Week of January 9, 2017

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The new therapy is intended to control dyskinesia in Parkinson's when it is most prevalent (during the day), while not interfering with sleep.

New Dyskinesia Drug Advances to Final Stage of FDA Review Process

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Can you relate to our guest blogger’s experience?

Guest Blog Post: The Many Masks of Parkinson's

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If you’re thinking of trying yoga this year, it may have particular benefits for people with Parkinson’s.

Yoga for Parkinson’s: What the Research Says

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Do you have any home improvement plans for this year?

7 Home Safety Tips for People with Parkinson's Disease

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Signing up for a race or walk can help you stay motivated to exercise, especially if the event supports Parkinson’s research.

Jump-start Your New Year’s Resolution with Team Fox

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If you want to get more organized this year, try these suggestions from our community.

5 Ways to Organize Your Parkinson'��s Disease Care

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If you donated in 2016, your employer may double, triple or even quadruple your gift.

Employer Donation Match: Find My Employer

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Your actions made a difference in accomplishing several public policy goals in 2016.

Public Policy and Parkinson’s: 2016 Highlights and What’s Next

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Get started on your New Year's resolutions: Submit your interest now for more information on running with Team Fox in one of the 23 Rock ‘n’ Roll marathons around the country.

Run for Parkinson’s Research in a Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Near You

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The European Union recently awarded a $6 million grant to Herantis Pharma for a Phase I-II clinical study of a potential therapy for Parkinson's disease.

Parkinson’s Therapy Project Receives $6M for Clinical Testing after Early MJFF Funding

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If you’ve made a resolution to exercise more in the new year, you may wonder how to tell if you’ve chosen the right workout.

How Do I Know If I'm Doing the Right Exercise for Parkinson's Disease?

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