Actor Michael J. Fox is back to the present. First, as star of the original "Back to the Future" film, which turns 25 this year with big-screen showings in theaters nationwide later this month, he recently remade the movie's original trailer (check it out on Spike TV).
Second, as the founder of the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research, which recently launched a five-year study to identify biomarkers of the progression of Parkinson's disease. Fox has had Parkinson's for almost 19 years, since he turned 30. The Chicago Tribune explores one hospital's participation in the new study in "Northwestern seeks clues to Parkinson's."