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You are responsible for your own health. If you take anything you read from any web site, including this one, at face value, and then go off and try something you read about, without having appropriate safeguards and/or medical supervision, you will get what’s coming to you, which could include, but is not limited to: death, permanent disabilities, damage, headache, bad breath, or worse.
Seriously – lots of things can kill you. Saturated fat can kill you if you fall into a vat of it and drown, for instance, although eating it won’t kill you unless you choke on it. Drugs can kill you. Water can kill you. Your doctor can kill you. Running electricity across your brain can kill you – or help you. Everything on this site and on the internet at large can kill you. Whenever you are doing something to your brain or body, please take it seriously, and do it right, with good equipment and safeguards and medical supervision when legally required or appropriate for safety. Biohacking can be serious stuff.
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