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Hydrogen Infused Water Prevents Parkinson's in Mice

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Old 10-02-2018, 08:56 AM   #1
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Default Hydrogen Infused Water Prevents Parkinson's in Mice

A three-year study is underway in Japan testing the effects of hydrogen-infused water on Parkinson's. So far the results are promising.

Hear the interview here:

Researcher Tyler W. LeBaron Discusses Hydrogen Therapy
Hacking with Hydrogen - Tyler W. LeBaron #482

Research located here:

BRAIN | Molecular Hydrogen Institute
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