Cholesterol is a vital component to the brain and cognitive skills. Hence my new bumper sticker that delivers this message.
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3 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Cholesterol and the BrainHuman physiology 101.<br /><br />Cholesterol is a vital component to the brain and cognitive skills. Hence my new bumper sticker that delivers this message.<br /><br /><img src=http://pdf.buildasign.com/Proof.ashx?tcid=72663644314C7A2B7A716A4254784F2B6133624B74513D3D&width=700&height=450&watermark=false&r=1337173238190 class=post_img />
Learned this about cholesterol and the brain from one of those academic genius types who has a PHD in biology in her 20's and is a biology instructor at a University.
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Report This| Share this:Cholesterol and the BrainActually, it wasn't my view. <br /><br />Learned this about cholesterol and the brain from one of those academic genius types who has a PHD in biology in her 20's and is a biology instructor at a University.
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