Would willing Advantage Genetic Screeningengineering Overcome Sterility
By: Charlotte Dummitt
Genetic testing and engineering can be and has been wrong! Science is supposed to be an exact medicine. However, we are humans and there is nothing exact about us. We also have to realize humans program the computers. Humans administer the tests. We all know...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Lenora Reynolds
Euthanasia is seen in different ways by different people. Sometimes it is viewed in different ways by the same person. Things happen in a person's life that can dramatically change how they feel about something. It has long been performed on cats and dogs when...
By: Kathryn Kirby
Taking an hour out of your day once every three months to donate blood can help to save the lives of as many as twelve people a year. That's three people saved every time you give the gift of life. Anyone at least seventeen years...
Will Science and Technology Conquer Water Related Diseases
By: Martha Borsuk
You have to wonder about this subject. I am sure everyone has thought about it. The fact of the matter is what are we going to do about it? We are to blame for allot of our water-related problems we need knowledge. Think about this...
Why we yawn
By: Yohanna Farrell
See how many times you yawn while reading about yawning. It's quite amazing actually. Now imagine writing about yawning, I think I yawned on every other line.Everybody in the world yawns, men, women and children of all ages. Even some birds, reptiles and most...
By: Kyra Story
Cancer is one of the primary causes of death in the US. Although newest statistics finally show a decrease in the death rate, about one thousand Americans still die each day because of this deadly disease. Even after decades of studying the various cancer varieties...
What is an arterial blood gas?
By: Richard G. Lanzara
The arterial blood gas (often abbreviated as ABG) is a test to see how well a patient's lungs and heart are working to provide their body with oxygen and eliminating carbon dioxide. It also tells the doctor how stable is a patient's blood's acid-base balance...
Will Science and Technology Conquer Water Related Diseases
By: Kodjo Adadevoh
Water related diseases affect all aspects of water use, most importantly, drinking water and water for bathing and sanitary purposes. As a result, it is really difficult to imagine how microbes can be totally eradicated from water used in developing countries.It is equally puzzling...
Will Science and Technology Conquer Water Related Diseases
By: Morris Kiema Kilunda
The war on water borne diseases is not a factor of science and technology entirely. It is a function of behavior change. It is about maintainable and sustainable high levels of sanitation. It is being able to bring water related diseases under control. This milestone...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: Eric Lannak
Nature sends waves of lethal flu strains at us, keeps us pinned down in our lifespan with heart disease and Alzheimer's, and insinuates illnesses like MS and diabetes into our numbers. Nature devastates us with floods, famine, drought, and earthquakes. Could the AIDs virus be...

 

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