12/02/2011 | 9:35 am
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The Alzheimer’s / fish narration was, sadly, yet another retrospective study.
Although such a pilot study provides us with some direction for future studies, it adds little else. Could more alert people naturally order a wider variety of foods at restaurant? Including fish? What you need is a primate that lives as long as human, long enough to suffer Alzheimer’s. Give fish only to experimental group of these primates. Not to control group. Anything you do with humans will be wide open for law suits. Other primates don’t live long enough for a significant study.
Could it be the iodine deficiency
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