More Pesticides Linked To Parkinson's Risk, University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Study
Published: Feb 04, 2014
Researchers say they've identified a number of common pesticides that increase the risk of Parkinson's disease, and that they've also discovered that people's genes can affect their level of risk. In a previous study, the University of California, Los Angeles team found that exposure to a banned pesticide called benomyl increases the risk of Parkinson's. In this new study, the researchers said they identified 11 other pesticides that increase that risk.
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