Video Selfies May One Day Help in Diagnosing Parkinson’s

Video Selfies May One Day Help in Diagnosing Parkinson’s

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Video Selfies May One Day Help in Diagnosing Parkinson’s

A computer software that tracks how facial muscles move during a video selfie may be able to help predict whether a person is likely to develop Parkinson’s disease, a study reported. The study involved the use of the PARK test, a web-based application designed to detect and objectively measure symptoms of Parkinson’s through video analytics. The application could one day assist people anywhere in getting a diagnosis — as long as they have a webcam, a computer, and…

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