Altered circadian rhythm worsens Parkinson’s disease, Temple researchers show

Chronic lack of sleep and irregular sleep-wake cycles may be risk factors of Parkinson’s disease, new work by researchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University suggests. In an animal model, the researchers show that disturbances in circadian rhythm that exist before Parkinson’s onset dramatically worsen motor and learning deficits brought on by the disease. —> Read More

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