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    Addiction: It's A Neurological Disorder Addiction is a neurologically based disease. For many years recovery specialists have compared alcoholism or addictions to a physical disease: like diabetes. In reality addictions are more closely related to a neurological disorder like Tourette's Syndrome* than they are to diabetes. If the problems you suffer stem from severe alcoholism or addiction, you must accept that these problems are not primarily mental or free will issues. Addictions are not about

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    Neurological Disorders

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    it. That is why studying neurology and working on the treatment of neurological disorders is so critically important. Through the examination of Huntington’s disease, Bell’s Palsy, and Aphasia, neurologists can work to better the human mind and cure the diseases that attack it, which will infinitely enhance the lives of humans and create a brighter future for us all. The first disease being discussed, Bell’s Palsy, is a disorder resulting in temporary facial paralysis due to damage to the facial

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    of Fetal Tissue Research to Cure/Treat Neurological Disorder The assertion that brain equals behavior brings up many questions and concerns. I am currently most concerned by the effects of physical damage to the brain. Although we have concluded that behavior is based at the lowest level upon the workings of neurons, it is the actual integration of these neurons that account for behavior. Any damage done to the brain either by disease or other disorders can result in a direct change in not only

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    Epilepsy: A Neurological Disorder

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    have recovered as a child for over 20 years, just to have it reoccur at an older age, from medication side effects or during pregnancy and childbirth. So, what is epilepsy? According to Mayo Clinic staff on mayoclinic.com, Epilepsy is a “neurological disorder” that is also described as seizures. A seizure occurs when something disturbs the nerve cell activity in one’s brain, which can lead to convulsions, tremors or spasms (twitching of the arms and legs). This means that the brain’s neurons gets

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    Microglial and Neurological Disorder

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    maintenance to support brain integrity. Credited to these roles, emerging evidence implicates microglial as key player that executing both beneficial and detrimental effects in various CNS-related neurological disease including neurodegeneration, neoplastic disease as well as neural development disorders. Emerging evidence implicates microglial play critical roles to the CNS development of the brain. Microglial are unique population arise from immature yolk-sac macrophages that migrate and colonize

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    witnessing someone with a Neurological disorder, one counts his/her blessings. People with Neurological disorders struggle to function normally and knowing there is no cure to help them, it is frustrating. Cancer patients do struggle just like the patients with Neurological disorders but there is more patients with Neurological disorders than Cancer patients. The problem is more funding is given to Cancer research as opposed to Neurological research. A Patient with a Neurological disorder can be disabled their

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    An understanding of the brain is essential to developing safe and effective treatments for disorders of the nervous system and for advancing our understanding of the human experience. Nervous system disorders cost the US more than $400 billion in medical expenses each year (1). In addition to having great clinical significance, such research offers a valuable perspective into the nature of the brain-behavior relationship. The extent to which the brain is organized in terms of overt behavior remains

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    Headache is worldwide frequently occurring neurological disorder in approximately all age levels. According to International Classification of Headache Disorders, it has been classified into primary and secondary headache. The purpose of study was to find relative occurrence of different forms of headache like Migraine, Tension headache, Cluster headache, Psychotic headache, Medication over use headache, Spinal headache and Cervicogenic headaches in Rural and Urban population of the Punjab province

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    Physical Therapy

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    therapy is not just one practice; there are different specialties such as: neurological, pediatrics and sports. One of the many different specialties of physical therapy is Neurological Physical Therapy. A Neurological Physical Therapist addresses issues associated with neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s Disease, Sciatica, Stroke, Vestibular Disorder, and many others. In most cases, people contact a neurological physical therapist when they are experiencing dizziness, difficulty in walking

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    Cerebral Palsy

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    Palsy Cerebral Palsy (CP) is brain damage. It cannot be cured, it is not contagious, it is not a disease, and it does not get worse. According to Funk & Wagnalls New World Encyclopedia, "Cerebral Palsy is a broad term for various nonprogressive disorders of motor function in people, resulting from brain damage around the time of birth. Damage to the brain could occur before, during, or shortly after birth"(“Cerebral”). Since the damage is done during the brain’s formation, and occurs in the part

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