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Killer in the brain could help treat Parkinson’s

(Image: Soledad Galli, Parkinson's UK/University College London) This glowing blue web of neurons is usually what researchers examine when searching for a cure for Parkinson's. But a new study, part-funded by Parkinson's UK, hones in on the tiny yellow dots.

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The best way to keep synaptic junctions healthy is by consuming large amounts of omega-3 fatty acids.

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