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Accessing different resources provide additional information that can be utilized to promote awareness regarding the disease and its causes in modern society. Given the fact that the disease affects the CNS and hinders mobility among individuals, scholars should focus on specific aspects that improve their focus on life. By understanding the issues that hinder people from realizing their role in the contemporary society, following the recommendations offered by existing standards creates an enabling environment for modern researchers to further studies on the topical issue (Goodarzi et al. 190). For this reason, drawing insights from different resources enhances the credibility of a research’s findings because of its impact on the outcomes.
Conducting this research was easy because of the vast research on the topical issue. Over the years, many scholars have invested their interest in developing viable solutions that address emerging problems in contemporary society. Considering the effects of the Parkinson’s disease on people’s perspectives, creating sustainable solutions expose people to an enabling environment where they can identify solutions that correspond to their needs (Hobson, Sally, and Glesni 4092). In modern society, people need to be informed about Parkinson’s disease and its impact on different generations. Besides, the public can be informed about when to seek medical intervention after reporting the signs and symptoms of the disease, which will be emphasized in this research study.
By comprehending the need to accomplish specific objectives, individuals can be exposed to an enabling environment where their role in contributing to the promotion of awareness regarding the disease can be evaluated. Conducting this research was influenced by the need to accomplish specific objectives that focus on creating valid information regarding the topical issue. By understanding different problems that affect the outcomes of events, many people are unaware of the causes of many diseases in their immediate environment. Developing research approaches and channeling information through a systemic approach that shapes people’s perspectives is a perfect way of resolving issues hindering individuals in their immediate environment.
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