Parkinson’s Isn’t Inherited (Usually), but This Gene Matters

We don’t know what causes non-hereditary Parkinson’s disease, but researchers have recently identified a gene that might help shed some light on those cases. And another paper suggests that the impact we’re having on the frequency of North Atlantic hurricanes is making it harder to understand what effect climate change is having.

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