New research uncovered even more evidence showing the neurological impacts of air pollution among vulnerable populations.
In a new study, released online in the journal Neurology, researchers at Vanderbilt University may be on the brink of a breakthrough intervention for treating Parkinson's disease among older adults.
The UCLA-based group focused on identifying environmental factors as opposed to genetic risks for the onset of neurodegenerative diseases.
Researchers at the University of Helsinki in Finland found a correlation between antibiotic exposure and Parkinson's disease.
The exact causes of this neurodegenerative disease are still unknown. Scientists now questioned the previous understanding of this disease.