A new discovery by University of Guelph researchers may ultimately help in devising new therapies and improving quality of life for people with Parkinson’s disease.
The MIND diet showed a more significant impact on women’s health, whereas the Mediterranean diet did for men.
The mature brain is infamously bad at repairing itself following damage like that caused by trauma or strokes, or from degenerative diseases like Parkinson’s. Stem cells, which are endlessly adaptable, have offered the promise of better neural repair. But the brain’s precisely tuned complexity has stymied the development of clinical treatments.
Stem Cell Study Finds Malfunctioning Brain Cells in Patients Who Were Diagnosed Before Age 50; Researchers Test Potential New Treatment