neurology
Movement disorders

Exercise shown to be protective against Parkinson’s disease

High levels of moderate to vigorous physical activity appear to be protective against the development of Parkinson’s disease in later life. A systematic review and meta-analysis of eight prospective studies comprising more than half a million adults found an inverse, dose-response relationship between physical activity and Parkinson’s disease. Studies included the US Nurses’ Health Study, ...

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