The Human Brain

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The Human Brain
The human brain is one of the most complex organs in the human body and is responsible for the control of the rest of the human body. The brain, together with the spinal cord, makes up the central nervous system and control most of the activities of the human body. The five senses; sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste are processed in the brain after the information is transmitted to the brain from the sensory organs.Human cognition and intelligence are also a part of brain function and the development of the human brain has led to the development of the human species into the most intelligent vertebral species there is. According to Ladecola et al (2009), cerebrovascular oxidative stress in the brain causes cognitive...
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