Study: Exercise may keep Parkinson's disease at bay

10/25/2004 | BBC

Regular exercise in animals has been shown to stave off the nerve damage that is associated with Parkinson's disease. The disease causes cells in the brain that contain dopamine to gradually die out, but researchers believe exercise may stimulate key proteins for nerve cell survival, and they are now recruiting patients to test the research on humans.

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