Exercise May Help Prevent Parkinson's Disease
New research suggests exercise has even more benefits than once thought.
It may help prevent Parkinson's disease.
A new study of more than 100,000 people found men who exercised regularly and vigorously as adults had a lower risk for developing Parkinson's
compared with men who did not.
Men who were the most physically active cut their risk by 50 percent compared to men who were the least active, researchers
Parkinson's disease is a progressive nerve disorder that causes muscle tremor and rigidity. There currently is no cure.