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Fighting Parkinson either way: we may go “scenty” or “sharky” and follow our “gut” feeling

Fighting Parkinson either way: we may go “scenty” or “sharky” and follow our “gut” feeling

Medicomunicare Magazine | Health and Medical News
Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have added evidence that the farnesol compound, which occurs naturally in herbs, berries and other fruits, prevents and reverses Parkinson’s brain damage in mouse studies. The compound, used in flavorings and perfume making, can prevent the loss of dopamine-producing neurons in the brains of mice by deactivating PARIS, a
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