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Washington University Physicians: "Trembling Hands -- Not Necessarily Parkinson Disease."
Mayo Clinic: "Essential Tremor," "Multiple sclerosis," "Vitamin Deficiency Anemia," "Pheochromocytoma," "Hypoglycemia."
Johns Hopkins Medicine: "What is Parkinson's Disease?"
Cleveland Clinic: "Parkinson's Disease: An Overview," "Are You Bound to Get Shaky Hands as you Age?"
National Multiple Sclerosis Society: "Tremor."
Piedmont Healthcare: "Could You Have A Thyroid Disorder?" "Shaky Hands -- Normal or Not?"
National Sleep Foundation: "Besides Coffee, These Other Foods, Beverages and Medications May Also Cause You To Stay Awake."
Alcohol.org: "Alcohol Shakes or Tremors."
National Institutes of Health; National Institute on Drug Abuse for Teachers: "Mind Matters: The Body's Response to Nicotine."
University of Michigan: "Wilson (Wilson's) Disease."
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke: "Tremor Fact Sheet."
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