Submitted by Sally Kneser on October 21, 2007 - 8:26am
Submitted by Sally Kneser on July 28, 2007 - 9:21am
There is a white board at Curves, DTC that says, “Exercise actually develops a stronger brain. It induces the cells in the brain to reinforce old connections and make new connections. The denser neuron network makes you better able to process and store the information resulting in a smarter brain.” Is that true?
Here is a reply from Dr. Bennie Bub, a neurosurgeon certified on three continents:
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FALL 2007 TENTATIVE CLASS LIST
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This page supports the Class on Immigration issues offered at the Academy for Lifelong Learning in the spring of 2007 by Jim Kneser
Welcome Academy members. On this page I will post articles and other material relevant to our discussion of immigration issues in the US. if you are properly registered on this website, you will be able to post comments and responses as well. I look forward to seeing you in class and hope that this page enhances your enjoyment of our class. Jim Kneser
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Mahler: His Life and Music, Part 3- Fall 2007
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