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 Ant Killer and Parkinson's Disease?

Answer Elevated blood levels of hexachlorocyclohexane---which is a toxic ingredient used in ant killers, among other pesticides---may be a significant risk factor for Parkinson's disease, according to a J... Read More »
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What diseases acts like Parkinsons Disease?

Alot of diseases. It can be drug influenced also.
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What is the difference between mutiple scelrosis and parkinsons disease?

The difference between MS and PD is not quite as easy as White and Grey, although it is a good likeness. But it turns out that within this difference are also commonalities because both diseases h... Read More »
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I have started acupuncture treatment for parkinsons disease should i stop my allopathic medicines?

Doesn't make sense when your doctor (who prescribed you the medications) is telling you one thing and you are asking strangers, and most of them have not even been to a medical school, for an answer.
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What is the silent killer disease?


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