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Walking unblocks the thinking processes - shakes up the cerebellum, they tell me. FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (2001)The cerebellum is at the base of the skull, behind the brain stem. AFTERMATH (2001)The human brain is essentially made up of the cerebrum, the cerebellum and the brain stem. AFTERMATH (2001)
Injury or organic disease in the cerebellum may produce such symptoms as a staggering walk, palsy, slurred speech, chronic malaise. MIDDLE AGE: A ROMANCE (2001)
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