Study: Caffeine may help Parkinson's patients
Drinking coffee may help relieve symptoms of Parkinson's disease.
Patients who were given a dosage of caffeine were able to control their movements better and had less difficulty moving.
That's compared to patients who were given a placebo.
Parkinson's disease attacks the central nervous system causing mobility problems, shaking and sleepiness.
The study was published in the journal "Neurology."
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