A study in Neurology found that adults with high intake of vitamins C and E had 32% lower odds of developing Parkinson's disease compared with those with low intake of the vitamins. Researchers said vitamins C and E are antioxidants that may help prevent cell damage caused by the disease and counteract oxidative stress.
Study: Vitamins C, E tied to lower Parkinson's risk
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