How to spot the human brain’s mystery of the brain flake
What is it?
What do you need to know?
Brain flaking is a form of brain damage that occurs in some people when a person has too much calcium in their blood.
That calcium can cause the cells in their brain to fuse together, resulting in a brain block.
People with brain flaking often have difficulty remembering things, including important things like the dates of birth, the names of people, or the places they lived in the past.
When people with brain damage are younger, they often have trouble learning to communicate or thinking clearly.
The flaking, or “dip”, can also occur in people who are born with a genetic mutation that causes the immune system to attack the brain cells.
When the brain has too many calcium in the blood, the cells of the immune systems attack them, causing the cells to fuse.
In the brain, these cells can start to build up in places that are difficult to access or reach, and the cells start to fuse and collapse.
When these cells do fuse and explode, the brain gets hit with more of the calcium that the immune cells are attacking.
The result is brain damage, which is a condition that is caused by damage to the brain.
But it’s not just people with brains that have brain damage.
A lot of people with different forms of brain injury, including strokes, brain tumors, and spinal cord injuries, also have brain flakiness.
For many of us, the flak is caused when the immune response from the brain hits the brain and causes the cells inside to break down and collapse, leading to the formation of brain tissue.
For others, the damage is caused from calcium being damaged in the brain from other places.
In some cases, people with the brain damage from a brain tumor or spinal cord injury also have a condition called diffuse axonal injury, or DKA, which occurs when the damage to neurons occurs in other parts of the body.
This condition can cause seizures, loss of movement, difficulty in concentrating, and even coma.
It’s not clear exactly how many people have brain-flakiness, but the research suggests that about 5 percent of the population has the condition.
DKA is caused in about one in every 10,000 people with an underlying condition like diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, or an immune system disorder.
It also occurs in about 20 to 30 percent of people who have other forms of neurological or cognitive impairment, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS.
Researchers have also found that a significant number of people are at increased risk of DKA if they have an underlying disease like diabetes.
How common is it, and how common are you?
According to the National Institutes of Health, about 1 in 10,300 people in the United States have DKA.
In fact, it’s the same percentage of people that have been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, Parkinson, ALS or other neurological or neurological-related conditions, and they also have the highest rates of heart disease and stroke.
The NIH estimates that about half of all Americans have some form of DSA, and about 15 percent have a stroke.
What causes brain fluke?
Scientists have been studying brain damage for decades.
They’ve learned that it can happen in different parts of a person’s brain, and there are different types of damage that are caused.
They think that the main cause of brain flukes is the accumulation of calcium in brain tissue, which can cause nerve cells to become damaged.
But the process that happens is different for each person, and different types and amounts of calcium accumulate in different places in the body, so the amount of calcium that accumulates in the cells can vary.
And this can cause problems when the calcium builds up in different areas in the tissue.
How can you tell if your brain has brain flakes?
The brain has about 10 billion neurons.
The cells that make up neurons in our brains, called synapses, are all connected by long nerve fibers.
The connections that connect nerve cells are called axons, and it’s important for nerve cells and cells in the nervous system to be able to communicate with each other.
Because of their length, nerve cells can get long and can also be relatively small.
The brain contains more neurons than any other organ in the human body.
Scientists have known for decades that some parts of our brain are involved in different kinds of behavior.
They have known about this for some time, but we didn’t know how the various kinds of activity in the neurons are connected to each other, and what other parts were involved.
And until recently, there was no easy way to identify whether the activity of a neuron was associated with a specific behavior, like being a good listener or a good writer or a better golfer.
For instance, it was unclear whether it was the activity that connected with language that produced good speech, or it was what the activity was associated to, like learning to play chess