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‘Smart’ Spoon Allows Parkinson's Sufferers to Feed Themselvesi
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January 14, 2014 8:46 PM
One of the biggest challenges for people living with Parkinson’s is the difficulty - and sometimes inability - to feed themselves, due to the shaking tremors associated with the disease. But help might be on the way. A new, high-tech, “smart” spoon promises to stabilize the vibrations. VOA’s Brian Allen has the story.

‘Smart’ Spoon Allows Parkinson's Sufferers to Feed Themselves

Published January 14, 2014

One of the biggest challenges for people living with Parkinson’s is the difficulty - and sometimes inability - to feed themselves, due to the shaking tremors associated with the disease. But help might be on the way. A new, high-tech, “smart” spoon promises to stabilize the vibrations. VOA’s Brian Allen has the story.


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