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    Horace Boothroyd III, ozsea1

    Toxic exposures (such as proximity to freeways, power plants, landfills, and heavy industry) are known to interfere with neurological development. Since these toxic exposures are highly related to socioeconomic status, the original analyses that failed to account for these effects should be dismissed. The trouble is the reefer madness crowd will ignore the confounding in the Dunedin data.

    Be radical in your compassion.

    by DWG on Sat Mar 16, 2013 at 09:54:37 AM PDT

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