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Re: Mercury poisoning and depression ?

Posted by katekite on May 24, 2002, at 14:07:36

In reply to Re: Mercury poisoning and depression ? janejj, posted by BarbaraCat on May 24, 2002, at 1:11:47

The critics of the mercury connection say, well, most everyone has fillings and lots and lots of kids used to play with those fun little mercury balls before the toxicity was even well known, and only a normal percentage of them grew up to have problems with depression. That the amounts of mercury are not a problem.

But its hard to know. Some people might be particularly sensitive. Or accidently have absorbed more.

I'm pretty sure that its possible to test for mercury in tissue or hair.

Oh, and I've also heard that the mercury released by removing a filling, due to chipping it all out etc, can be worse than leaving it.

So it doesn't seem like there is a clear yes no answer to the question.





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