John D. MacArthur

John researched and wrote "The Human Brain,"
a comprehensive Resource for Science Learning published by
the Franklin Institute Science Museum from 2001 to 2007 (archived).

Franklin Institute Human Brain, archived

Its dozens of reports are available in Mind Over Gray Matter.

Mind Over Gray Matter

Neuroscience Reports Published by the Townsend Letter

Too Much Copper, Too Little Zinc, and Cognitive Deterioration in Alzheimer's Disease Co-written with George J. Brewer, MD
Inorganic copper from drinking water and multivitamin supplements may be a causal factor in the growing prevalence of Alzheimer's disease. Zinc deficiency appears to be another contributor. Preventive strategies are offered.

Cell Phones and the Brain: How Electricity Affects Biology
This comprehensive report reviews evidence that shows how electromagnetic fields interact with biological processes: by increasing free radicals; by activating the stress response; and by altering enzyme reactions.

Overdosed: Fluoride, Copper and Alzheimer's Disease
Minimizing ingestion of these two common substances may prove to be a simple and effective way to help prevent Alzheimer's disease.

Another subject John has explored in depth is
the design, history, and symbolism of America's revolutionary
vision statement, Great Seal of the United States.

Great Seals!

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