Diesel exhaust fumes may increase the risk of Parkinson’s, study suggests

Diesel exhaust fumes may increase the risk of Parkinson’s, study suggests
A new study by researchers in the US has found evidence that chemicals in diesel exhaust fumes can damage brain cells – and potentially increase the risk of Parkinson’s. As part of the study – published in ‘Toxicological Sciences’ – researchers tested the effects of diesel exhaust fumes on zebrafish, as their neurons interact in a similar way to those ... read more
Source: Parkinson’s Life EUPublished on 2020-05-28By admin