Will Political Setbacks for Stem Cell Advocates Destroy Medical Research Efforts
By: Harry Lamer
The short, simple answer is well - No. Political setbacks will not destroy stem cell research efforts. How do I know that? Because there HAVE already been political setbacks - and whatever hiccups they might have caused - overall progress has not been greatly hindered...
Will Science and Technology Conquer Water Related Diseases
By: Nadia Promi
Two basic facts related to water determine our lives: most of the human body is made up of water and most of the Earth's surface is covered by water. We cannot live without water. And yet, we are not aware how precious it is. Most...
Will Science and Technology Conquer Water Related Diseases
By: Sangeeta Deogawanka
No. In the perpetual battle between science and environmental degeneration, deteriororation of water quality and proliferation of water-related diseases will always remain, a step ahead. So it is a moot point whether science and technology will succeed in conquering water-related diseases - for every coup...
Will Science and Technology Conquer Water Related Diseases
By: Colette Georgii
Science and technology are on the way to preventing waterborne diseases worldwide.Articles such as the following at Science Daily.com point to new developments in the improvement of water treatment technology:* Cheap, Clean Drinking Water Purified Through Nanotechnology (Feb 26, 2008)* Safer Water Worldwide*...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Summer Tyme
Euthanasia, like many other issues, has supporters. But even supporters must ask and perhaps be forced to answer the question of whether it is ethical or unethical to euthanize. After careful thinking and reasoning and considering the moral question, I must say I am against...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: Becca Cougill
There is a reason for disease. As hard as the scientists work to prevent illness and death, the truth is, there is a reason for it. That reason is to prevent the population from over reaching itself. Since we are at the top of the...
By: Henry Tobias
Preparing for reconstruction surgery after mastectomy, following breast cancer, should be carefully considered. The most important question is, "Do I really want to undergo another major operation?"Make an appointment with your oncologist and taking your partner to the consultation. One must obviously have a...
By: Carol Rose
It used to be that when a woman chose to undergo surgery for a tubal ligation, she was forever saying good-bye to child-bearing. But as with so many other things in this day and age of medical advances, never say never. What was once done...
By: Patricia A. Coldiron
What is tubal ligation? Can a tubal ligation be reversed? Who is a candidate for the procedure? In this article, you'll learn what tubal ligation is, who is a candidate for the reversal surgery, financial implications, and what to expect after the procedure.What is...
By: Harrison Buckley
Diary of a Knee ReplacementApril 26, 2008Well it's the evening just before the big procedure. Tomorrow I undergo a total knee replacement to my right knee. At 1:00 P.M. I'm due to be at hospital ready for admitting. I have to remind the hospital...

 

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