Coffee didn't work to treat Parkinson's but may help with prevention 1 234 567

Coffee didn't work to treat Parkinson's but may help with prevention

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Earlier findings raised hopes that caffeine could be used to relieve symptoms of Parkinson's disease but didn't pan out. Yet it's clear that non-coffee drinkers are at higher risk of developing the debilitating neurological condition. The question is why

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