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Listen/purchase: Back To Me by Moonchild

FUNK IT, il faut tenter de vivre !

Listen to: I’ll Make It Easy by Moonchild

The pack is back from the Outback
“How Many Times” by Wolfmother

jessiethejazz:

Paris without Shelly by Victor Jones Trio from Make Someone Happy (2007, Sky Music) album

track #4

Victor Jones, drums

Rachel Z, piano

Alex Blake, string bass

avant l’automne, jouer When it rains

barrywone:

Brad Mehldau Largo – When It Rains.

6:32.544.

Source: barrywone

wildcat2030:

The Toxins That Threaten Our Brains
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Leading scientists recently identified a dozen chemicals as being responsible for widespread behavioral and cognitive problems. But the scope of the chemical dangers in our environment is likely even greater. Why children and the poor are most susceptible to neurotoxic exposure that may be costing the U.S. billions of dollars and immeasurable peace of mind.
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Forty-one million IQ points. That’s what Dr. David Bellinger determined Americans have collectively forfeited as a result of exposure to lead, mercury, and organophosphate pesticides. In a 2012 paper published by the National Institutes of Health, Bellinger, a professor of neurology at Harvard Medical School, compared intelligence quotients among children whose mothers had been exposed to these neurotoxins while pregnant to those who had not. Bellinger calculates a total loss of 16.9 million IQ points due to exposure to organophosphates, the most common pesticides used in agriculture. Last month, more research brought concerns about chemical exposure and brain health to a heightened pitch. Philippe Grandjean, Bellinger’s Harvard colleague, and Philip Landrigan, dean for global health at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in Manhattan, announced to some controversy in the pages of a prestigious medical journal that a “silent pandemic” of toxins has been damaging the brains of unborn children. The experts named 12 chemicals—substances found in both the environment and everyday items like furniture and clothing—that they believed to be causing not just lower IQs but ADHD and autism spectrum disorder. Pesticides were among the toxins they identified.

go read…

(via The Toxins That Threaten Our Brains - The Atlantic)