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Home devices can monitor movement and walking speed in Parkinson’s patients

Parkinson’s disease is the fastest growing neurodegenerative disease, currently affecting more than 10 million people worldwide, yet clinicians still face significant challenges in tracking its severity and progression. increase. Clinicians typically assess patients by testing motor and cognitive function during clinic visits. These semi-subjective measurements are often distorted by external factors. A patient may be … Read more

Meta is one of the worst performers in the S&P 500 today, but these other five stocks lost $387 billion in value

Falling gas prices could not mask the issues that worried investors on September 13th. Core consumer prices resumed their rapid rise in August. DJIA, Dow Jones Industrial Average down on fears that Federal Reserve continues to tighten monetary policy to combat inflation -3.51% It decreased by 887 points (or 2.7%) to 31,494, with all 30 … Read more

UW doctor resigns as head of orthopedic surgery after surgery center’s proposal is rejected.local news

David Wahlberg | Wisconsin State Journal A longtime head of UW-Madison’s orthopedic division to start a surgery center largely owned by his boss, after payments from a medical device maker became the focus of a federal investigation, spurring conflict-of-interest scrutiny After denying the plan, he resigned as chairman. UW doctor. Dr. Thomas Zdeblick was chairman … Read more