... first described in 1817 by James
Parkinson, a British physician who published a paper on what he ... Many of these problems respond to specific therapies.
Dementia or other cognitive problems. Some people with PD ...
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... the United States were less healthy than their British counterparts at all socioeconomic levels. The health differences ... 14 Global Health and Aging The Burden of Dementia The cause of most dementia is unknown, but ...
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... MPS I in the United States, studies in British Columbia estimate
that one in 100,000 babies ... marked by severe neurological symptoms. These include progressive dementia, aggressive behavior, hyperactivity, seizures,
some deafness and loss ...
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Batten Disease (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)
... or twenties.
Batten disease is named after the British pediatrician who first described it in 1903. Also ... and families cope with the profound disability and dementia caused by NCLs. Often,
support groups enable affected ...
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