Pesticides may Increase the Risk for Parkinson’s

Pesticide Exposure Tied To Parkinson’s Risk

Parkinson’s is a disease that affects one’s ability to control and coordinate the movements of the muscles. Two researchers in Italy associate the exposure to pesticides and solvents to a higher risk for the said disease. Research showed that the exposure to bug and weed killers may increase Parkinson’s risk from 33-80 percent.

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