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ABSTRACT. Stressing the body by feeding it with some element, oxygen and water included, to say nothing of chromium, copper, fluoride, nickel, potassium, selenium, sodium and tin, is as damaging as any kind of poisoning, even if such elements are essentially vital. As borderlines between the necessary amount in each case and the surplus that is just “too much of a good thing” are hardly ever to discern, murders in such ‘subtle’ manner might just as well be called “creative.” pp. 157–161

Keywords: stress; creativity; chromium; copper; fluoride; nickel; potassium; selenium; sodium; tin

Ionut-Horia T. Leoveanu
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Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine, Romania
Laura Murgu
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Dimitrie Ghica Technical High School, Romania
Georgiana Elena Dila
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University of Craiova, Romania
Cristina Maria Borzan
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Iuliu Hatieganu University of Medicine, Romania

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