Embryonic stem cell research explored
By: Corey Lamb
Stem Cell Research What is the cure to Parkinson's? Will there ever be a reliable treatment to Alzheimer's? Can man cure cancer? What used to be considered an impossibility to the world of science is now reality, with the development and use of stem...
Is Cloning our Pets a Slippery Slope to Human Cloning
By: Tracie Boardman
Is cloning our pets a slippery slope to human cloning? No, not any more than allowing legal adoptions will cause women to sell their babies for money. The slippery slope argument states that if there is an exception made to a rule, then the rule...
Is Cloning our Pets a Slippery Slope to Human Cloning
By: Beatrice Okorie
People who have their pets clone are sending a subliminal message to the scientific world by giving their approval to animal experimentations. Having anything clone will not raise it from the dead. No animal is the same and no human being is the same...
By: Melody St. John
When it comes to the manner by which they are done, medical procedures are classified into two general types - the non-invasive and the invasive medical procedures. The non-invasive medical procedures refer to those types of procedures that are carried out without creating a...
Is Cloning our Pets a Slippery Slope to Human Cloning
By: T. Lynn Wright
Replacing anything in society has become much too easy. There are new phones, new televisions, new significant others, even, that replace the old, obsolete or defunct. Sentimentality is usually not involved, but in the case of cloning pets, sentimentality is overdone and misguided. The silvery...
Bird flu virus explained
By: Jennifer Kirkman
Bird flu virus is highly serious, just like the Swine Flu H1N1 virus is. It is rare that this flu is passed from one person to another person, unless there is a lot of very close contact between individuals. If you have this virus lurking...
Is Cloning Ethical
By: Paul Tew
The path to human cloning is not a slippery slope to moral laxity; it is a step towards significantly increasing our quality of life. Much of the world is afraid of human cloning because they focus on its problems and ignore it's benefits. More people...
Is Cloning our Pets a Slippery Slope to Human Cloning
By: Brandon Powelson
Cloning is defined in scientific terms and revolves around science itself. Its a scientific matter to discuss. For those who believe in Christianity and feels that this defies God's "creation" of mankind. And that is for those who look at the matter from that religious...
What is the nervous system and how does it work?
By: Norah Harwood
The human nervous system is a complex collection of specialized cells that spans throughout the entire body, encompassing more than 100 billion cells in the brain alone. The purpose of the nervous system is to allow humans to detect stimuli, assess the importance of...
By: Janet Grischy
DNA damage is not as dangerous as some people think. Our bodies have many effective mechanisms to repair cellular damage, and to protect the rest of our body from the effects of damage to any particular cell. Still, it is good to know about potential...

 

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