Coffee may help Parkinson's patients move with greater ease: study
Drinking coffee may help people with Parkinson's disease to move with greater ease, although getting steady jolts of caffeine doesn't appear to alleviate the daytime sleepiness that affects certain patients, a study suggests.
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#1 Aug 3, 2012
Money to be made from that statement from Juan, the mule packing, mountain traveling, coffee bean picker from South America.
Wonder how much the research scientist makes
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