a: Neuroplasticity ~
b: how bones work


"Neuroplasticity is like how bones work. As you use a bone there are organisms inside the bone (marrow) and they are constantly weakening and strengthening the bones in the places needed. For a runner it could be in the outside of the left femur, while the right femur may become weaker, sincer the runner is running around an oval track in a reverse-clockwork motion. This example is not scientifically ccurate but i hope it helps to serve to show you how bones work. The neurons and glial cells in the brain are similiar."

Writer: Not Stated
Where: Reference Link Has Evaporated
Date: Dec 16 2014 5:45 PM

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