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Transcript of Parkinson's disease
motion picture film
Early motion picture sequences of a patient with Parkinson’s disease.
Adolf Hitler, German Dictator (1889-1945)
Muhammad Ali, Amerian boxer (1942)
Salvador Dalí, Spanish artist (1904-1989)
"Adolf Hitler had parkinson's disease"
Parkinson's Disease Glossary:
James Parkinson: http://thegreatmuhammadali.wordpress.com/what-is-parkinsons-disease-2/
Mause trap: http://www.metrotrader.net/images/mousetrap2.jpg
Motion picture film: http://www.movementdisorders.org/james_parkinson/early_neurological.html
Salvador Dali: http://www.fakenation.info/ckeditor/kcfinder/upload/images/Salvador-Dali2.jpg
Adolf Hitler: http://fc06.deviantart.net/fs71/f/2012/143/2/1/the_very_best_adolf_hitler_portrait_by_themistrunsred-d50tkn2.jpg
Muhammad Ali: http://www.biography.com/imported/images/Biography/Images/Profiles/A/Muhammad-Ali-9181165-2-402.jpg
Aspen leaves: http://grandpacliff.com/Trees/Img-Trees/aspen-lt-shades.jpg
Famous people with parkinson's disease *
Michael J. Fox, American actor, (1961)
Carlos Antonio Gomes, Portuguese footballer (1932-2005)
John Walker, New Zealand athlete (1952)
Maurice White, American singer and songwriter (1941)
10 Early Warning Signs of Parkinson's Disease *
Tremor or Shaking
Loss of Smell
Trouble Moving or Walking
A Soft or Low Voice
Dizziness or Fainting
Stooping or Hunching Over
+ influences psychological state