Study finds no association between mineral levels or dietary mineral intake and an increased risk of multiple sclerosis.
Chronic exposure to manganese, as experienced by some working as industrial welders, has been linked to the onset of Parkinson's like symptoms. Researchers report manganese exposure can cause misfolded alpha-synuclein, a hallmark of Parkinson's disease.
Higher levels of manganese in blood and hair samples has been linked to slower working memory and lower IQ in children, a new study reports. Researchers report children who live in areas with high environmental levels of manganese are at significant risk of neurodevelopmental problems.
A new study reports exposure to airborne manganese in welding fumes contribute to Parkinson's like neurological problems.
Rats exposed to manganese during early development had lasting attention deficits, a new study reports.