The effects of chronic kidney disease on the cardiovascular system
By: Mary Paliescheskey
Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) is defined as the slow loss of kidney function over time by the National Library of Medicine. Many factors can affect kidney function including diabetes and high blood pressure. Without treatment, the functioning of the kidneys continues to decrease until end...
The relationship between fasting and chemotherapy outcomes
By: Ann Major
According to latest research, the relationship between fasting and chemotherapy outcomes is a symbiotic one. By using fasting practices, along with sessions of chemotherapy, it is an effective strategy in combating cancer cells. Chemotherapy involves the use of strong drugs to eradicate cancer cells, resulting...
The relationship between fasting and chemotherapy outcomes
By: Mary Paliescheskey
Chemotherapy destroys normal cells and cancer cells at the same time. Medical science is constantly looking for ways to specifically target the cancer cells at a greater rate than normal body cells. One way to do this is to create a differential stress resistance method...
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
For many decades, researchers were trying to uncover the role of normal tissues in the formation of a cancer or a tumor. Although many researchers believed that normal tissues initiate the formation of cancer cells, they fail to come up with an acceptable explanation. However...
By: Dr Pandula Siribaddana
Cancer development is something that has been researched for many decades and with the advent of genetic and molecular technologies, it is now possible to track down the origins of certain cancers with high degree of accuracy. However, several decades back, the scientists were left...
By: Sophia Williams
Pseudohypertension is a situation in which the blood pressure measurements get abnormally elevated, when the blood pressure is still normal. It is described as a mean pressure of sphygmomanometric that exceeds intra arterial mean pressure, which is equal to or greater than 10mmHg. This type...
By: Wendy S. Melton
p53 is a special type of protein. Linked directly to chromosome 17, p53 is known as a tumor suppressor. Also known as the "guardian of the cell", p53 controls a cell's cycle of life. It protects it from being infiltrated by mutated cells that can...
Main stages in the process of inflammation
By: Viven Yeo
Inflammation is the body’s response to injury. When tissues are damaged and cells die, the body responds by mounting an inflammatory response. The purpose is protection of the cells and tissue from the damaging insults, and eventually leading to repair of damaged tissue and...
By: David Thackston
Brucellosis is a disease that has been around for quite some time, and while it has gone by many names over the years, Brucellosis is now the official term for it. Originally discovered in the 1850, it was then named Crimean Fever, through the course...
By: Sarath K.K
Environmental hazards may refer to any situation, state or event that poses a threat to the physical environment. Subsequently, all environmental hazards cause health problems. Chemical, physical, mechanical, biological or psychosocial, whatever type the hazard maybe, it always refers to a state of being frail...

 

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