By: Jack Straw - 499735
Cosmetic Surgery Tummy Tucks: Risks and Recuperation from the SurgeryNo surgery is ever a risk-free procedure. But in the hands of a skilled surgeon, the risks are minimal, or even non-existent.Possible Dangers of SurgerySome of the complications that arise from a tummy tuck operation...
How does the pineal gland control inflammatory response?
By: Tamara Strassner
Pine Cones, Sleep, and InflammationThe effect of the pineal gland on the inflammatory response.The pineal gland is a endocrine gland found dorsally to the cerebrum, proximally to the brain stem. It is a small, nodular gland often described as having appearance of a pine...
Reflex action and the heart beat
By: Tamaal Ghosh
Blood will Flow!We all know what a reflex action is, right? Something that "just happens" when the doc taps his thingummywhotsit on your knee (the doc calls this knee-jerk a Patellar reflex)? Or when some people see and smell prime rib steak garnished with...
Euthanasia and Dying with Dignity
By: Sandra B. Drosian
Is Euthanasia ethical or unethical?In my opinion, Euthanasia should be considered an ethical act in today's society. We are so willing to do everything possible to make the event of birth an easy one but yet we are so hung up on letting a...
By: Indu Sastri
Rapidly advancing science of gene therapy seems to have made its foray into the hair loss industry. Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania have found that by manipulating a certain gene in Mice (Wnt) they were able to regenerate hair follicles. This particular gene manipulation...
Structure and function of the colon
By: Tarek Musslimani
The colon or large intestine is anatomically continuous with the small intestine through the ileo-cecal valve, which serves to keep food from flowing backward from the large intestine to the small intestine. The first part of the large intestine is called the cecum which is...
Structure and function of the heart
By: Megan Worley
The Structure and Function of the Human HeartThe heart, an organ about the size of a first operated as two coordinated pumps that send blood throughout the body. The heart is located in the upper chest just slightly left of center between the lungs.The...
The shame element of the history of eugenics
By: Wesley Deans
Eugenics ReactionEugenics was advocated in the United States from the 1890s up until the 1940s to encourage genetically healthier and more intelligent human beings. My purpose is to analyze why there was a great push for eugenics and also contrast the ethical drawbacks of attempted...
Would willing Advantage Genetic Screeningengineering Overcome Sterility
By: L. Merlino
There is a very dark side to genetic screening and engineering. In the case of overcoming sterility, it is far more understandable, but to micromanage the outcome of conception itself, or to decide who and who will not be born based on genetic criteria, raises...
Facts about the human brain
By: Connie Sue Apruzzese
Welcome to our guided tour of the human brain. Today we will take a walk through a giant brain and discuss its various functions and parts. There are markers on the walls for the parts of our discussion highlights. Pay attention for these markers which...

 

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