Parkinson's disease: singing reduces stress and improves motor functions

This month on G1 website, a Brazilian news portal maintained by the Globo Group, there was a report on people with Parkinson's Disease, this time stating that singing can decrease stress and improve their motor functions. G1 website report highlights that in Brazil, the Amparo Network - a NeuroMat initiative - is one of the entities that brings together patients, family members, caregivers and health professionals to improve the quality of life of people living with the Parkinson's Disease. Portal G1, 15/11/2018. (In Portuguese.)

Plasticity in the Brain after a Traumatic Brachial Plexus Injury in Adults

Claudia Vargas, Fernanda Torres, Bia Ramalho, Cristiane Patroclo, Lidiane Souza, Fernanda Guimarães, José Vicente Martins and Maria Luíza Rangel

Firing properties of ventral medullary respiratory neurons in sino-aortic denervated rats

Amorim MR, Pena RFO, Souza GMPR, Bonagamba LGH, Roque AC and Machado BH

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