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.