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  • Attitude And Education The Best Medicines For Parkinson’s Disease

    Like many artists, sometimes Margaret Clark cannot resist the urge to put down everything else and just paint. “I get out my paints and daub on it a bit,” she said.

    For Ms Clark, though, “daubing on it” is not a style she purposely nurtured. Prior to a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease, 24 years ago, she was a decorative painter, producing works filled with fine details. But while the effects of Parkinson’s have curtailed her fine motor skills, it has not curtailed her enjoyment of painting.