Parkinson's is 3 TIMES more likely in those who had appendix removed

Recent research suggests that those who have had their appendix removed may be at a higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.

Researchers from Case Western Reserve University and University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center studied more than 62 million patients, and found those who that had had the removal operation were at a three-fold greater risk of developing Parkinson’s.

New Case Western University research on 62 million patients found that nearly one percent of those who had appendectomies got Parkinson’s - three times more than those didn’t.

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