Brain pacemaker for Parkinson's disease
Doctors in America are using a device that when implanted in the brain can help people with Parkinson's disease talk normally.
The name of the device is Infinity. It is better than the other implants as it also comes with Apple and Bluetooth technology. The device can be controlled using a mobile device.
The technology allows people to talk in a normal way as Parkinson's disease affects communication skills.
Infinity has very few side effects and is very easy to use.