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Can a haircut cause brain damage?

Mxsmanic mxsmanic at hotmail.com
Thu Oct 23 17:33:04 EST 2003


Dag Stenberg writes:

> The point of the article is that touch can induce attacks is some
> epileptics even without the startle effect. 

Where's the surprise here?  In theory, _any_ specific type of brain
activity can be a trigger for a seizure, depending on the exact part of
the brain that is damaged in the first place.  Thus, just about any
stimulus is a potential trigger, depending only on the individual
patient.

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