http://www.theatlantic.com/magazine...at-is-making-you-crazy/8873/?single_page=true This article is pretty long, but I found it extremely fascinating. In a nutshell, it theorizes that toxoplasmosis (the parasite found in litter-boxes that pregnant women need to avoid) is not as harmless to "healthy" individuals as previously thought. It may even cause or exacerbate "crazy" behavior in otherwise healthy ppl. Even more interesting is the link between toxo and schizophrenia. What bugs me is that they repeatedly refer to this as possible science fiction, and unbelievable findings and such. To me such links make perfect sense, and open up the potential to finding such biological/psychological links with other parasites. I also find such links promising because if we can identify the parasites, we may even be able to eliminate the parasites, and therefore avoid being subjected to (as a society and individuals) the pains of mental illness.