1970s and 1980s.

1970s and 1980s, Parkinson’s disease later in life may raise pregnant woman baby abuse risk may later raise toraise adults who abuse cocaine, their risk of developing Parkinson’s disease and possibly pregnant women who abuse cocaine the risk of her could increase children develop PD later in life, conducted the results of laboratory analysis of investigators at the Children ‘s Research Hospital St. Jew.

The study also found that cocaine exposure decreased the number of certain dopamine receptors called D2 autoreceptors These autoreceptor control of production and / or release of dopamine , and if they are in short supply, the level of dopamine. This increase the synapse turn brings synapse vulnerable to free radical damage, according to Smeyne. ‘Based on these findings, it is perhaps not surprising, an increase in the number of cases of Parkinson’s disease seen in the next 10 or 20 years or so,’said Steven A. The first author of the paper. Lloyd was a student in Smeyne laboratory during this work and is now an assistant professor of psychology at the Rhodes. College in Memphis.Courtesy It , the whole Kaiser Daily Health Policy is Report view, search the archives or sign up for mail service in Kaiser Daily HealthPolicyMonitor Reports press for imperial network. J of The Henry J. Publishes. Kaiser Family Foundation.

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