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RadioMD Health News

April 11, 20171 min
RadioMD News... I'm John ByrdPeople with a history of depression are more than 3 times as likely to develop Parkinson's disease, says a new study. Although experts caution that one does not necessarily lead to the other, there does seem to be a connection. They are investigating the possibility that the parts of the brain that regulate mood are affected first. This is RadioMD News...Having eyesight that is 6x greater than 20/20 vision may only be a few years away for some. An artificial lens that is designed to replace the eye's natural lens could be implanted as quickly as an eight-minute procedure. Clinical trials are currently underway.And... quiet time alone is great isn't it? But new research suggests that spending too much time alone can be deadly. Very. With the rise of technology and social media, it's possible to not have to actually interact with other people in person, but we are social animals who need interaction and that isolation can shorten your life by up to 30%. So now that the weather's gett

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