The Nervous System: Electricity’s Journey Through Our Bodies

Nerve cells possess exactly the same design as an electrical cable: Inside are very fine fibers, through which the body’s electrical current passes. Surrounding them is an insulating tissue known as the Schwann sheath, which prevents neurological short circuiting. When the sheath is damaged for any reason—by a virus for example

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