Dr. Colker said that an initial battery of tests on Mr. Piven had shown normal results. But after Mr. Piven said he was a frequent sushi eater who consumed fish about twice a day…Dr. Colker tested him for heavy metals.
Dr. Colker said that these tests revealed “a very, very elevated level of mercury” in Mr. Piven’s blood, adding that it was five to six times the upper limit that is typically measured. Left untreated, Dr. Colker said, the condition could result in heart problems, cognitive problems, renal failure and, in very extreme cases, death.
Here’s the article.
And here’s an amateur little video blog vlog I did with friend Lina Plioplyte (who’s behind the laptop telling me to look at the little camera) at Burnt Toast nearly..two years ago. Back before I’d done any live elevision talk shows, or had amazing videographers working with me. How time flies.
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