Multimedia Friday - Brain Freeze: the Silent Killer

"A thrilling documentary covering the origins and troubles surrounding the severe disease, Brain Freeze [a.k.a. Iceberger's Syndrome]." Link.

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Interesting video. Even though it may not kill you, it can sure throw you for a loop!
Dave Briggs :~)

By Dave Briggs (not verified) on 07 Jan 2008 #permalink