Wednesday, October 13, 2004


Your Alzheimer and Stem Cell Resource Center: "Studies have shown that pre-senile dementia patients in nursing homes had their IQ increase when they read adventure stories and played games. They were waking up the genes that were asleep in the nervous system.
The bad news is that neurotoxins such as mercury, when ingested after a fish meal, slow motor skills moments after ingestion. In other words, the brain is very vulnerable."


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