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...
An overview of lordosis and treatment options
By: Julie Thomas-Zucker
Lordosis is a term used for people that have a swayback or a curved spine. The spine tips forward causing pain and problems with mobilization. The condition is either severe or mild. People with the disease have a large behind. Because of this, when a...
By: John Atchison
There are many sayings known across the world that give people pause to consider whether they are true or not. One such phrase states that, " music soothes the savage beast.” An interesting thought, but not always the most practical thing to test out...
Study: Resistance to malaria treatments increasing
By: Sun Meilan
According to the World Health Organisation’s World Malaria Report, there were ‘216 million episodes of malaria in 2010’ of which 81% were in Africa and another 13% were in South East Asia. A massive 655,000 deaths occurred in 2010, just over 90%...
By: Terrence Aym
The United States government rushed to block it…The World Health Organization (WHO) called for its suppression…But now the research on a deadly mutated flu strain that WHO says could kill billions is about to be released.Back in 2011, two scientists worked to...
By: Kaitlyn Shepanski
A discectomy or discectomy can be either a major or minor surgery, depending on the method of removal used. By definition, it is the surgical removal of the damaged portion of a herniated disk in your spine. When a herniated disc is damaged it can...
An overview of the five areas of the spine
By: Tony Northover
The human spine provides protection, support and shape. It provides protection for the spinal cord. It is a site of muscle and bone attachment. It also is part of the bone structure that gives humans the biped form. It is also referred to as the...
An overview of the bones in the cranium
By: Tony Northover
The human skull as a whole is referred to as the cranium. There are twenty two bones in this structure. The skull or cranium is then broken down into two regions: the Cranial and facial bone region. This article will detail the facial bones, but...
An overview of the bones in the cranium
By: Caroline Fynn
Flat irregular bones that protect the brain make up the bones of the cranium. It consists of a base that sits beneath part of the brain, and a vault that provides covering. Within these bones are a number of perforations that allow for the passage...

 

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