Parkinson Disease, Statins, and Cognition: A Review

Introduction   Historically, Parkinson’s disease (PD) was thought to be primarily a movement disorder excluding secondary effects. Today, PD is considered to be a disease that can sire a number of issues including, depression, apathy, psychosis, impulse control disorders (ICD’s), anxiety, and sleep disorders (Weintraub & Burn, 2011). With the incidence of dementia proliferating to […]

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