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Am J Psychother. 1989 Oct;43(4):575-87.

The relationship between mercury from dental amalgam and mental health.

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Colorado State University, Department of Physiology, Fort Collins.

Abstract

The findings presented here suggest that mercury poisoning from dental amalgam may play a role in the etiology of mental illness. Comparisons between subjects with and without amalgam showed significant differences in subjective reports of mental health. Subjects who had amalgams removed reported that symptoms of mental illness lessened or disappeared after removal. The data suggest that inorganic mercury poisoning from dental amalgam does affect the mind and emotions.

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