U.S. Military’s ELECTRX Program Offers Revolutionary Neurological Self-Healing Therapies For IBD

U.S. Military’s ELECTRX Program Offers Revolutionary Neurological Self-Healing Therapies For IBD
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) -- the arm of the United States military responsible for technology development -- has also funded development of various technologies which have had wide non-military application and benefits. One such advancement was the NLS computer networking system, the first hypertext system that was also an important precursor to the now-ubiquitous graphical user interface (GUI) that was popularized by Apple Computer in the 1980s. The original name of the agency, established during 1958 in response to the then-Soviet Union's successful Sputnik space launches of 1957, was: "Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA)". It was changed to "DARPA" (for Defense) in March 1972, reverted to "ARPA" in February 1993, then back to "DARPA" in March 1996. DARPA was (as ARPA). Under whichever name, the mission of Arlington County, Virginia-based ARPA/DARPA has consistently been to ensure that U.S. military technology remains more sophisticated than the defense capabilities of the nation's potential enemies. From ARPAs original 1958 mission to prevent more technological surprises like the Sputnik launch with which, the Soviets beaten U.S. into space, has evolved has evolved and broadened its range of focus and responsibility over time. Recently, DARPA has sought proposals for development of cutting-edge neuromodulation capabilities aimed at maximizing immunological, physical and mental health of both current military service members and veterans. Many types of chronic inflammatory and mental health illnesses that affect military Service members, veterans, and civilians involve abnormalities in the body's peripheral nervous system whose activity is a key element in organ functio
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