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  • A study by John Peever, MD, associate professor at the University of Toronto, suggests up to 90 percent of people who develop Rapid Eye Movement (REM) sleep behavior disorder will develop degenerative brain disease within the near future.
    Forbes | April 23, 2014
    Sleep problem linked to degenerative brain disease
    A little-known sleep disorder that causes you to act out your dreams can predict the future onset of Parkinson’s or other brain diseases, new research shows. Read more ...

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