Eric Ahlskog, Professor of Neurology at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr. Ahlskog will start the conference along with his presentation, 'Partnering with Your Doctor to find the Most from your own Medications.' 'This topic is especially important among youthful people with Parkinson's disease, where treatment controversy may paralyze therapeutic decisions. We will try to cut through these controversies and offer succinct advice which will truly allow people that have PD to partner with their clinicians,' he said. NPF and APDA agreed that an affordable registration fee was of a high priority and, with the help of many sponsors including Teva, Allsup, Vitaline CoQ10, Novartis, Medtronic and Ipsen, have been in a position to maintain a sign up charge of $30 per person .'Coronary calcium develops method before coronary attack symptoms occur, and a greater amount of calcium in the coronary arteries predicts upcoming development of heart disease,' stated Kim, a clinical associate professor in the Center for Cohort Studies at Kangbuk Samsung Medical center in Seoul, South Korea. The sweet spot is apparently about seven hours of sleep, the researchers reported. Individuals who got more or less rest tended to have improved signs of potential future heart problems. Earlier research have linked poor sleep to bad heart health, but this study goes a step additional by looking for precursors of cardiovascular disease in people who appear healthy, said Dr. David Meyerson, a cardiologist at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore and a nationwide spokesman for the American Center Association.