Depression Can Triple Risk of Getting Parkinson's Disease, Taipei Veterans General Hospital Study
10/3/2013 6:18:24 AM
A new study has found a link between depression and Parkinson's disease. Researchers say that depression triples the risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life. Recently a research found that midlife stress can lead to dementia. Now, another study by scientists in Taiwan found that people with depression can develop Parkinson's disease, a condition where people lose their ability to control movement.
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