Left-handed versus right-handed: Who is superior?
By: Brittany L. Morgan
LEFTIES VS. RIGHT-HANDERS: WHO IS SUPERIOR?You've heard the myths about why lefties are 'not quite right'. But are they true?Throughout the ages, many aspects of human civilization have been based upon the misconception that lefties are inferior to the right-handed. Tools, scissors, and...
By: David Salcido
One of the coolest parts of living in the age we do is that, with everything from science and technology to social and spiritual concerns advancing at the speed of light, we get to experience the actualization of concepts that were once considered simple science...
By: Patricia Armstrong
Stem Cells in QuestionStem cells, the master cells of the body, have two important characteristics that make them different from other types of cells. First, they are unspecialized cells that renew themselves for long periods through cell division. Secondly, they can be induced to become...
By: Alejandra Cabrera Sanchez
Epilepsy affects from 5 to 10 individuals out of every 1000 persons. This disease not only affects the adult population but it is also present in children and teenagers. It is believed that 1% of the total world population has a type of epilepsy.Since...
By: Kim Schlievert
The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a major ligament of the knee. It is located in the center of the knee, and runs from the femur to the shin by way of the knee. It is the key stabilizer of this joint, and is essential...
By: Arjun Gupta
The biotechnology revolution presents a growing crisis to the existing architecture of patent and copyright structures in Western society. The use of biotechnology has increased exponentially since humans have come to understand the structure of DNA and how to manipulate it. This has brought...
By: Charles Scott
The age of the retrovirus is quickly approaching as more and more is understood about the process of cellular replication. A virus is simply a means of describing a class of organelles which are neither living nor inanimate, they are a parasitic capsule which usually...
By: Pamela Bates
In today's world of improved technology, educational opportunities, and breakthroughs in medical knowledge, it is ironic that one of the major failings of the modern medical field is its inability to protect patients from preventable errors that occur in virtually all hospitals, nursing homes, outpatient...
By: Emma Walker
There are three main types of cloning; 1) Recombinant DNA technology 2) Reproductive cloning 3) Therapeutic cloning. Recombinant DNA Technology. Is the transfer of a DNA fragment of interest from one organism to a self replicating genetic element such as a bacterial plasmid. This type...
By: Robert Dawkins
Hi, I am a 38 year old african american male who has recently undergone a(3 1/2 weeks ago) Nerve Sparing Retropubic Radical Prostatectomy performed at Johns Hopkins/Brady Urological Institute in Baltimore,MD.I was hoping to create more awareness for this very common type of...

 

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