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Humans only use 10% of their brain or less False!
The brain uses 20% of the energy we consume each day True!
Mental abilities are separated into discrete left and right “halves” False!
New neurons cannot be created False!
The brain makes up 2% of our body weight True!
The brain does not change after growth that occurs during adolescence False!
A nerve is a single cell False!
The brain uses 50% of the oxygen we breathe in False!
The longest cells in the human body are in the sciatic nerve True!
The human brain is firm and grey False!
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