Dopamine therapy can boost creativity in patients with Parkinson’s

Some Parkinson’s Disease patients can suddenly become creative when they take dopamine therapy, producing pictures, sculptures, novels and poetry. But their new-found interests can become so overwhelming that they ignore other aspects of their everyday life, such as daily chores and social activities, according to research published in the March issue of the European Journal of Neurology.

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Dopamine therapy can boost creativity in patients with Parkinson’s

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