Mind over Matter

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  1. Chalfant25

    Chalfant25 New Member

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    For years, the scientists and philosophers have been fascinated by the brain, owing to its complexity and ability. The brain is the control center of the human body, which is responsible for all the qualities that define our humanity. When the brain is healthy it functions quickly and automatically. But when problems occur, the results can be devastating. Some of the major types of disorders include: neurogenetic, developmental disorders, degenerative diseases of adult life, metabolic diseases, cerebrovascular diseases, trauma, convulsive disorders, infectious diseases, and brain tumors.

    The scientists at the UT Dallas Center for BrainHealth are engaged in making the brain function effectively by understanding it’s functioning, protecting and healing the brain. This they choose to do by linking the state-of-the-art technologies of the brain with their intellectual talent to progress cognitive treatments and brain repair across diseases. The center is known for bringing together scientists from diverse disciplines to solve the complexities of the mind. It promotes a healthy environment where brain research and clinical applications are used in tandem in an effort to improve health for society.

    Believing in the powers of brain, the center moves forward in enhancing and preserving the precious organ of brain. In its efforts, the center is assisted by a cherished team of board members which include Sallie and Frederic Asche, Jr.Claudia and Dennis Berman, Toni and Norman Brinker, Dianne Cash, Theresa and David Disiere, Patsy Donors, John Harbin, Matrice Ellis-Kirk, among others as its members
  2. vnvnvn2000

    vnvnvn2000 New Member

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    Very intrusting, you have to wonder if going back to the first people if they made reality and conciseness is as we perceive it, and have to wonder how things would be different today if it was some one else.

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