FAMILY WORKOUT: Angela Alvarado, a health coach instructor at the UHealth Wellness Center, helps Claire Hackett, left, and her husband, Bob Hackett, cycle with a small group of people with Parkinson’s  participating in a new cycling exercise class. Studies say exercise, like cycling, proves beneficial to Parkinson’s patients.
FAMILY WORKOUT: Angela Alvarado, a health coach instructor at the UHealth Wellness Center, helps Claire Hackett, left, and her husband, Bob Hackett, cycle with a small group of people with Parkinson’s participating in a new cycling exercise class. Studies say exercise, like cycling, proves beneficial to Parkinson’s patients. PETER ANDREW BOSCH MIAMI HERALD STAFF
FAMILY WORKOUT: Angela Alvarado, a health coach instructor at the UHealth Wellness Center, helps Claire Hackett, left, and her husband, Bob Hackett, cycle with a small group of people with Parkinson’s participating in a new cycling exercise class. Studies say exercise, like cycling, proves beneficial to Parkinson’s patients. PETER ANDREW BOSCH MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Exercise can relieve symptoms of Parkinson’s disease

August 20, 2015 04:22 PM

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