By: Aster C. Lilly
Why do people get sick?Ask any doctor about the common cold or flu or strep throat virus and why people get sick and you may get a complex answer.People, like all life-forms on Earth, are made up of cells. Cells are tiny biological...
By: Clarisa Ames
I was very interested in the report about hysteria and how so many diseases throughout time were misdiagnosed as hysteria, but since the topic was so broad and I found lots of information, I decided to narrow it down to one specific person who commonly...
By: Alejandra Cabrera Sanchez
Epilepsy affects from 5 to 10 individuals out of every 1000 persons. This disease not only affects the adult population but it is also present in children and teenagers. It is believed that 1% of the total world population has a type of epilepsy.Since...
By: David Cowley
A Brief Discussion of Heart Valve Disease. The heart is one of the strongest muscles and arguable it is the most important organ in the human body. It is responsible for getting nutrients and oxygen throughout the body by way of the circulatory system. It...
By: James Boyd
The current discussion over the use of embryonic stem cells for research has two main components. The first component is comprised of the serious ethical and moral issues raised by the use of discarded embryos. The second component is the potential benefit of this research...
By: Ines Peros
Recently, in the news you may have heard of Oscar the Cat, who stays at the Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Rhode Island. Oscar can predict a person's death is near or imminent and pays a visit to that person's bedside when the...
By: Silvia Casabianca
There is no doubt that stem-cell research poses ethical, political and humane concerns. Last year, while I was listening to a public radio program about President Bush's recent veto of a Senate bill that favored stem-cell research, a lady called into the station. She read...
By: Ndifor Abongnifor
REGENERATIVE MEDICINE AND THE ETHICAL QUESTIONS SURROUNDING IT. "The stem cell debate has led scientist and non scientist alike to contemplate profound issues, such as who we are and what makes us human being" (NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCE, USA). These days, it is very common...
By: Lance W. Christiansen D.O.
Costocondritis is one of the most common causes of chest pain of non-cardiac origin. The location is not usually the rib/sternum interface, but at the junction of the osseous rib and the costal cartilage which is somewhat lateral and more or less corresponds with the...
By: John Webb - 323865
Stem cell research has been a hot topic over the last decade. Most scientist, politicians and average citizens alike, agree that stem cell research is imperative for mankind. However, the issue of where we get these cells from, sparks controversy.There are currently only a...

 

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