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New app may quickly detect severe COVID, Parkinson's disease from people's voice

Researchers have developed a new smartphone app that can accurately and rapidly detect Parkinson's disease and severe COVID-19 using just people's voice recordings.

New app may quickly detect severe COVID, Parkinson's disease from people's voice(pixabay)
New app may quickly detect severe COVID, Parkinson's disease from people's voice(pixabay)
Published on Oct 06, 2022 05:36 PM IST

Parkinson’s disease: Doctors debunk myths, reveal facts, symptoms, managing tips

Parkinson's Disease Awareness Month: Here's all you need to know about symptoms and tips of managing patients with Parkinson’s disease as doctors spill the beans on the same, along with myths and facts about the health condition

Parkinson’s disease: Doctors debunk myths, reveal facts, symptoms, managing tips (Pixabay)
Parkinson’s disease: Doctors debunk myths, reveal facts, symptoms, managing tips (Pixabay)
Updated on Apr 13, 2022 04:38 PM IST

Heart attack survivors less likely to develop Parkinson's disease: Study

"We have previously found that following a heart attack, the risk of neurovascular complications such as ischemic stroke [clot-caused stroke] or vascular dementia is markedly increased, so the finding of a lower risk of Parkinson's disease was somewhat surprising," said lead study author.

According to new research, people who have had a heart attack may be slightly less likely than people in the general population to develop Parkinson's disease later in life.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
According to new research, people who have had a heart attack may be slightly less likely than people in the general population to develop Parkinson's disease later in life.(Getty Images/iStockphoto)
Published on Feb 16, 2022 06:26 PM IST

Regular exercise slows progression of Parkinson's disease, finds study

Researchers found that those who exercised regularly over five years did better on cognitive tests and had slower progression of the Parkinson's disease in several aspects.

Regular 1-2 hours of moderate exercise twice a week slows progression of Parkinson's disease, finds study(Shutterstock)
Regular 1-2 hours of moderate exercise twice a week slows progression of Parkinson's disease, finds study(Shutterstock)
Published on Jan 31, 2022 09:57 AM IST
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