By: Olivia Bredbenner
This article is written with the objective being to inform the lay reader about the nursing process that takes place within health care institutions in the USA. while under the care of a registered nurse during a hospitalization. The steps in the nursing process includes:...
Scientists: Flash of light to brain removes fear
By: Terrence Aym
Scientists at Stanford University in California have given a new twist to the old saying "seeing the light." Their remarkable research has shown that stimulating the brain with a flash of light can remove fear.The breakthrough experiment offers potential as a therapy to...
Political Setbacks Touched Stem Cell Research
By: Hannah Russell
In the past few years, stem cell transplants have successfully treated leukemia, tissue and skin have been grown from stem cells for skin grafts, and much more. Good thing there has been a lot of political funding for stem cells! What about all those people...
An introduction to cognitive science
By: K. L. Hosking
The study of Cognitive Psychology relies in large part on neuroscientific data. Information derived from scans of the brain is used extensively to determine which parts of the brain are responsible for certain cognitive functions. The use of modern technology to scan the brains of...
By: Bruce Tyson
New brain research shows abused children have an altered brain chemistry that can permanently alter their lives. The new information suggests new advances for the treatment of psychological issues like stress and depression could be just around the corner. The study found in the Journal...
By: Terrence Aym
During the past 100 years, Mankind has achieved many of its age-old dreams: conquering dreadful diseases, achieving spaceflight and escaping the stubborn grasp of Earth, walking on the Moon, diving to the very deepest depths of the world's mighty oceans…Now another milestone has been...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Kirsty Wright
It has long been debated as to whether or not euthanasia is ethical. On the one hand, some people view euthanasia as taking a life - murder - even though the person being "murdered" has little or no quality of life, they know this quality...
Difference between a virus and bacteria
By: Lucie Shores
Perhaps the most important difference between bacteria and viruses is that most bacteria do good work while viruses are parasites that will kill you if you let them. In both cases dead or weakened types can be used to create vaccines to help prevent illnesses...
By: Viven Yeo
Vitamin C, or ascorbic acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that is essential to the function of the human body. Vitamin C is an anti-oxidant and neutralizes the tissue-damaging effects of free radicals. It also plays a role in the formation of collagen, which is a...
By: Sam Vaknin
The unpalatable truth is that falling in love is, in some ways, indistinguishable from a severe pathology. Behavior changes are reminiscent of psychosis and, biochemically speaking, passionate love closely imitates substance abuse. Appearing in the BBC series Body Hits on December 4, Dr. John Marsden...

 

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