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Answered: Is a laser tonsillectomy safer or better than a conventional one?

It is said that laser technology is less bleeding and sequelae. I think it will be much safer than conventional one

Answered: Does asswipe Steve, who posts jokes about the dead ...

Leftist fools like steve fool nobody. They lead lonely unfulfilled lives.

Answered: Why does my brain get cold after surgery when I go outside in cold

Did you have one of those lobotomies, too? Uncle Frank

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According to brainready.com their Top 5 are: 1) Wild Salmon 2) Cacao Beans 3) Matcha (stone-ground Gyokuru green tea powder) 4) Acai berries & Blueberries (tie) 5) Coffee beans In Alessandra's answer I noticed a wine in the picture and suddenly remember my Basset Certification . :)

Answered: Why are all the posters who ask questions on here, BRAIN DEAD?

There are several possible reasons why you might come to that conclusion. But perhaps the Bible gives the very best answers, plural.......Proverbs 1:22, "22?“How long will YOU inexperienced ones keep loving inexperience, and [how long] must YOU ridiculers desire for yourselves outright ridicule ...
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Where do we begin the education of typical brain dead leftists?

Alas, more stereotypical leftist delusions from Tadpole, posting anonymously and as John Thomas. You are aware of what the British refer to as their John Thomas . . . not that Tadpole has one.

How could I overcome my fear of dead corpses?

Are you expecting to encounter many corpses in your life? Corpses give most people the creeps. No biggie unless you plan on being a mortician or an EMT or a coroner or something like that.

They say that the brain deteriorates as we grow ...

The brain loses volume as we age and that is when age related cogntive decline sets in. It has been well known in rehabilitative psychology that cognitive stimulation helps stengthen synapses and helps up regulate neurotransmitters. However, the brain has its limits. Research also indicates ...

How much of our brain are we using?

I think the consensus is that most of us use %10 or less, and that Einstein and his ilk probably use about %17...but recent findings about "brain plasticity" show why that may be so...it would seem at first that "the balance" is wasted, but it seems to me it's there as a sort of "back up" when areas ...