by Michael Hofferber. Copyright © 1998. All rights reserved.
There's an affliction common to the rural side of this country that attacks men more often than women, and the middle-aged or elderly more often than the young.
It's called "old iron disease," but you won't find it mentioned in any medical journals and no one that I've heard of is searching for a vaccine. It's one of those diseases, like "spring fever," that science has given up hope of ever understanding or preventing.
"Old iron disease" has nothing to do with blood chemistry or minerals, but a whole lot to do with memory and mechanical aptitude.
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