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Medical News Today: Parkinson's: Could a high-calorie diet increase lifespan?

04:00 EST 27 Nov 2017 | Medical News Today

Weight loss within a year of a Parkinson's diagnosis may raise the risk of dementia and shorten lifespan, say researchers. Could a high-calorie diet help?

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