Pass the Salt, Please

I suppose there’s room for doubt and skepticism since this study seems to be the first of its kind; but even so, one can’t help but find it somewhat interesting. Unfortunately there still isn’t any surefire way to increase one’s IQ, and this seems to be more of a developmental improvement rather than an actual increase in one’s genetically determined intelligence quotient, much along the lines of reducing lead exposure to infants, and so forth. Nevertheless, one can still remain hopeful that psychology and neuroscience will eventually find a method of improving cognitive ability indefinitely.


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