Parkinson’s is a progressive, debilitating disorder that starts in the brain and affects motor function. Boxing legend Muhammad Ali is one of more than 1 million Americans who are living with Parkinson’s disease, and each year another 60,000 are diagnosed
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May May Ali, daughter of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, joins The Doctors to set the record straight about her father’s health and discuss new advances in the fight against Parkinson’s disease
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The April issue of Reader's Digest focuses on solving health mysteries, and your favorite E.R. physician, Dr. Travis, is on the cover. Go behind the scenes with Dr. Travis on the cover shoot for Reader's Digest.
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