Older adults who used statins had increased odds of developing Parkinson's disease, compared with those who weren't statin users, researchers reported in Movement Disorders. However, the findings showed a significantly higher likelihood of Parkinson's among those who used lower doses of statins for less than a year, but not those who used higher doses more often.
Link between use of statins, Parkinson's risk in older adults examined
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