• Sesame seed extract may slow Parkinson's Disease progression, scientists say

    7 monthes ago - By NutraIngredients-USA

    An antioxidant found in sesame seeds may offer a degree of protection against the onset of Parkinsonâs disease according to Japanese scientists, who now want to take their findings to the clinical trial phase.
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  • Evaluating Peripheral Immune Cell May Help Treat Parkinson's Disease

    Evaluating Peripheral Immune Cell May Help Treat Parkinson's Disease

    7 monthes ago - By Medindia Health

    Sleep behavioral disorders manifesting immune cell response are shown to possess a strong link with Parkinson's disease.
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  • Study: Antibiotics found to affect gut microbes and increase the risk of Parkinson's

    Study: Antibiotics found to affect gut microbes and increase the risk of Parkinson's

    7 monthes ago - By Natural News

    Parkinson's disease is a challenging illness to treat because scientists lack a clear understanding of its precise causes. Although there is a genetic component, researchers have long been focusing on the environmental factors that lead to the disease, and one recent study found a connection between antibiotics and gut microbe changes that raise...
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  • Weedy grass may be effective against several human diseases

    Weedy grass may be effective against several human diseases

    7 monthes ago - By News Medical

    Native to the southeastern United States, a weedy grass has spread northward to Canada and also made its way to Australia and Japan. Andropogon virginicus grows densely packed and up to seven feet tall, disrupting growth patterns of other plants and competing for resources.
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  • Invasive weed may help treat some human diseases, researchers find

    7 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily

    An international team of researchers has found that A. virginicus extracts appear to be effective against several human diseases, including diabetes and cancer.
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