Parkinson’s News Today (4/6, Bryson) reports, “Microbleeds found in the brains of people with Parkinson’s disease by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans were associated with cognitive decline, a study demonstrated.” And “higher levels of a microbleed-associated biomarker also were found in patients with dementia.” The “findings suggest that, along with blood biomarkers, microbleeds may serve as a radiological marker for cognitive decline in this patient population, the scientists said.” The study was published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)