Our bodies are complex arrangements of systems, organs, and cells that all have to work together and do their jobs tirelessly, day after day, to keep us alive and healthy. Sometimes, things go wrong and our bodies faces a disease in one or more systems. This diseases of the nervous system notebooking research journal helps students learn more about how the nervous system works and what happens when it doesn’t.
The nervous system is the hub of the entire body. It is constantly bombarded by information from the world both outside and inside our bodies. It has to coordinate all this information, communicate with the brain, and keep everything running smoothly, even when we aren’t awake or aware of what it is doing. Students can use this free notebooking research journal to learn about the causes, symptoms, and treatment of nine diseases of the nervous system including Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, encephalitis, leprosy, meningococcal meningitis, Parkinson disease, poliomyelitis, rabies, and spondylosis. By learning how things can go wrong, students can learn more about how the nervous system is designed to work. Download your freebie today. Ten pages total.
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