Parkinson's drugs may trigger compulsions

08/27/2007 | USA Today

Behaviors such as compulsive gambling, shopping and overeating are some of the side effects of Parkinson's disease treatments that use dopamine agonists, scientists say. As many as 15% of Parkinson's patients in the U.S. may be suffering from this so-called impulse control disorder, one expert said.

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