A new study has been released regarding head trauma and exposure to pestilences as possible contributing factors to being diagnosed with Parkinson Disease. This study, conducted by the University of California at Los Angeles, compared 357 people with a recent Parkinson’s diagnosis to 754 people without the disease, all from central California, a major agricultural region. The study emphasizes the need to protect ourselves from head trauma to try a prevent developing a neurodegenerative condition later in life. To learn more about this study, click here.
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