Pesticide use raises risk of Parkinson's disease

If you use pesticides at your home for any purpose at home or at work, you are at a risk to develop Parkinson’s disease.

Researchers at Mayo Clinic have found after a research that people might at two times risk of getting Parkinson’s disease if they use pesticides to kill germs and to protect from infections. The journal Movement Disorders has published the study report. On the other hand, women are not at that much risk when exposed to pesticides.

The research has showed an interesting disclosure that when farmers get working exposures to pesticides, there is no Parkinson’s disease found. When pesticides come in contact via hobbies, it causes the danger to develop the disease.


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