Should AIDS be Considered a Natural Means to Stabilize Population Growth
By: Patrick Sills
There is no question that pestilence plays a major role in population growth; or the lack thereof. In the 14th century, the Bubonic Plague wiped out a third of Europe's inhabitants; or roughly 25 million people. AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome) came into the spotlight...
History and use of the Allen spinal cord genome map
By: Debbie Luyo
The Allen Spinal Cord Atlas is the world's first genome-wide map of the mouse spinal cord. The result of an innovative collaboration between public, private, and foundation donors, the Allen Spinal Cord Atlas offers a ray of light at the end of a long, dark...
Understanding human pheromones
By: Roschelle Nelson
In love, it is often said that opposites attract which is hardly ever the case - or is it?People usually practice the general principles established by what is commonly referred to as "The Law of Attraction". The Universal Law of Attraction states: We attract...
Surgery techniques against back pain
By: JCSprenger
A Surgical OdysseyBattered by back problems, I finally agreed to abide my doctor's advice and turned myself in at a local hospital. This is the embellished story of a guy who was terrified to go under the knife for a major operation for the first...
Does People use only 10 Percent Brains
By: Kerlain Kate
Here's a well known myth, that humans use only 10% of their brains. The other part is unusable or used mostly for mystical powers such as telepathy or similar. What does this percent mean - number of brain cells, area of brain cortex or the...
Consequences of gallbladder removal
By: Kris Kennedy
The pain of gallstones may make someone run to the surgeon, but the consequences may warrant additional thought. All surgeries have consequences.My Story I suffered from a lot of gas and started changing eating habits to low fat diets my physician ran an EEG...
What is blood pressure?
By: Anony Mili
Blood pressure is a measure of how forcefully your blood is pressing against your artery walls with each heartbeat. Blood pressure is gauged by two numbers such as 120//80 which is spoken as one twenty over eighty. The first number is called systolic pressure and...
Pro Euthanasia
By: Sheila Westfall
When I was in high school and my Great-Aunt Mary had to be put in the nursing home, I hated going to visit her. She didn't remember who anyone was and she was incapable of talking anything but nonsense. I would look at her and...
Robots performing surgical operations
By: Joy Cressler
Imagine a 6-foot tall robot in the operating room with three arms and a computerized bedside console the size of an X-Box. Is it bizarre science or a patient's best friend? Whichever one it is, its time has arrived.Medical robots were first introduced about...
Brain Ten Percent of Brain 10 Brain Power Karma Eat Brain
By: Jon N.
Does a writer use only 10% of his keyboard? A billiards player only 10% of his cue? I could go on and on, but the answer is yes! The billiards player strives to strike the cue ball perfectly with only the tip of his cue...

 

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