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The nervous system is the final step in a viral infection

The nervous and muscular system, also known as the autonomic nervous system, plays a key role in how we feel and function.

As a result, it is the most important component of our bodies.

And its importance is well documented.

In fact, one of the most famous medical papers on the subject is a 1952 paper by the neuroscientist Carl Wernicke.

It found that, during stress, our bodies produce adrenaline and a molecule called oxytocin, which can act as a calming agent.

But it’s the nervous system that’s actually behind what you feel and do during the day, according to Dr. James Wollenberg, a professor of neurology at the University of California, San Diego.

And that is why we need to get the nervous systems right, and get it right before you feel anxious or upset.

This article was produced by Kaiser Health News.

Kaiser Health reports on health, science, and technology news.