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Body Systems Skinny Book. Mr. Ross’ Example…. The Nervous System. Brain. Sensory Nerve: Detects stimuli and sends message to brain via the spinal cord Spinal Cord: A collection of sensory and motor nerves directly connected to the brain and contained in the spinal column

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body systems skinny book

Body Systems Skinny Book

Mr. Ross’ Example…

the nervous system
The Nervous System

Brain

  • Sensory Nerve: Detects stimuli and sends message to brain via the spinal cord
  • Spinal Cord: A collection of sensory and motor nerves directly connected to the brain and contained in the spinal column
  • Brain: Processes information and sends commands to the body via motor nerves
  • Motor Nerves: Conduct signals from the brain to the rest of the body
  • The Nervous System detects stimuli from the internal and external environment, processes information, and sends commands to control the operations of the body

Motor Nerve

Sensory Nerve

Spinal Cord

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Here’s why that cold sore keeps coming back (InForum, May 16, 2011)

Cold sores are a common ailment caused by a type of herpes virus. About 70% of people are infected with this virus, but only about one-third of them develop cold sores. Once infected, the virus stays in a victim’s body for his or her whole life. The virus hides in sensory nerves where it is not attacked by the immune system. There is no cure. The virus can be through contact at any time, but is most likely during a cold sore outbreak. Prescription anti-viral medications can ease symptoms. Ice can reduce swelling during outbreaks, and holding a cotton ball soaked in milk can alleviate symptoms. Milk contains a protein that halts the herpes virus. A thick layer of vasoline can protect the wound from invading bacteria.