Dr. David W. Hines MD is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and has been in medical practice for nearly 40 years. He received his MD from Chicago’s Rush Medical School and continued there through three years of Internal Medicine residency, one year as a Chief Medical Resident and two years as an Infectious Disease Fellow. He continues to be associated with numerous leading hospitals in the Chicago area and is part of the Senior Management Team with one of the largest specialized internal medicine groups in the nation. One of David’s skill sets is in explaining confusing medical terminology and physiology in common terms using plain English. His lecture will be devoted to important details of our nervous system, the impact stress has on vision, hearing and memory, and the distortions that stress can create.