By: Darian Peters
Vaccines are considered by many people to be a mixed blessing. On the one hand, they are intended to help people to fight a particular microorganism. They can provide the person with a form of immunity to the bad effects of something in their...
By: Darian Peters
The purpose of a vaccine is to provide the person receiving it with immunity to a particular microorganism. These vaccines are injected into the bloodstream of the person, sometimes at an early age. In some cases, they give lifelong immunity, but in other cases, the...
The appendix: Is it a useless part of the human anatomy?
By: Jonnie Chastain
The human appendix serves no purpose. At least that is what we have been told by the medical community as far back as I can remember. If it causes a problem, have it surgically removed. You'll never miss it. So, just like approximately 1 in...
By: Basel Varsally
Deoxyribonucleic acid or for short DNA, is the structure (also a nucleic acid) that based the foundation for all biological life on Earth. From complex mammals like humans to simple marine life such as terrotopsis (type of jellyfish that never dies). If we can harness...
What is the digestive system and how does it work?
By: Erich Rosenberger M.D.
The digestive system is a complex set of organs that allows a person to consume and metabolize food. All of the organs of the digestive system must work in concert for food and nutrients to be broken down and transported to the millions of cells...
The cranial nerves: Structure and function
By: Erich Rosenberger M.D.
There are a few topics that are known to give medical students nightmares. The structure and function of the cranial nerves is one of those topics. There are twelve cranial nerves. They are named this because they all begin in the brain itself. They have...
The potential of stem cells
By: Marcus Skiles
Since its beginning in the mid-1800's, the science of stem cell research has been debated over. Some say that stem cell research goes against human morals - that scientists are attempting to "play God". Others see this research as the future of the human race...
In the Past Disease War and Famine have Controlled Population Growth
By: Rick Badman
The AIDS virus is no more a way to stabilize the population than the Spanish Influenza was. Even the Black Death which killed over 1/4 of the population of Europe could have been prevented from being so devastating. AIDS is more an unnatural way to...
Diseases that are vaccine preventable
By: Jennifer Kirkman
Diseases prevented by vaccines number quite a few now then they did years ago. My article here, will give you a listing of which diseases are preventable through getting a vaccine.There is now a chickenpox vaccine. Chickenpox has been a very common contagious childhood...
Understanding Iridology
By: Barbara Ross
I am an Iridologist and have used this technique for over 20 years to understand the condition of the body and to observe the inherent weaknesses which may lead to some disease undetected by the medical profession. I have helped many people to understand their...

 

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