Sex, Age and Family History Seen to Raise Parkinson’s Risk

Sex, Age and Family History Seen to Raise Parkinson’s Risk

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Sex, Age and Family History Seen to Raise Parkinson’s Risk

Older age, male sex, and a family history of Parkinson’s disease appear to associate with a higher risk of developing Parkinson’s later in life, according to an Italian study. The research also suggested that dietary choices and work history influenced the disease’s development, with those who consumed meat on a regular basis, and those who worked as a medical doctor or pilot being at a higher risk. Women, smokers, and people who frequently ate vegetables were…

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