Why breathing right is important for survival
By: Elizabeth Claire
The average person can live from 4 to 6 weeks without food and about 1 week without any water. Without oxygen, the biological breakdown of the human form begins to occur within three minutes.Take some time to ponder the vastness of that statement. Without...
Consequences of gallbladder removal
By: Trenna Sue Hiler
What is the gallbladder and what can you expect if you need to have yours removed? The gallbladder is a small pear-shaped sack. It acts a storage reservoir for bile that is created by the liver. Bile is produced in the liver and moves through...
Curing Genetic Diseases through Genetic Engineering
By: Amber Stewart
Today, millions of people worldwide face the threat of genetic diseases. Some of these, like baldness, speech disorders, and arthritis, are not life threatening but the majority are. That is why genetic diseases are a major killer of human kind and we need to find...
By: Stephanie Ali Fairbairn
A mast cell or mastocyte is formed from precursor cells in the bone marrow and depend upon stem cell factor for their survival. Immature mast cells are released from the bone marrow into the blood. The precise characteristics of the mast cell are possibly determined...
How we use our Brains
By: Vicki Brown
I didn't realize that we use that much of our brains. I definitely know people, some with PhDs and other academic degrees, who don't use that much.You're wondering why I have come to this conclusion and how can someone who went through all that...
Euthanasis vs Murder why Euthanasia is Euthanasia Sinful
By: Claudia Windal
Most of us hold on tenaciously to life. Many who oppose euthanasia has a long history of acceptance in some circumstances. There was a time in 20th century history when babies born with disfiguring conditions, congenital malformations, and known mental impairments were encouraged to be...
Epidemiology of breast cancer
By: Lance W. Christiansen D.O.
Breast cancer and cancer in other tissues and organs is caused by the same mechanism, but there are certain anatomical, microanatomical, physiological, and environmental factors that exacerbate the underlying cause of cancer so certain tissues such as bone marrow, lymph nodes, and epithelium (skin,cervix...
Pleural effusion after bypass surgery
By: Lonnette Harrell
Since my dad died of complications and hospital acquired infections, after a triple bypass, I am well aware of the things that can occur, following surgery. He developed very serious pneumonia, that he could never recover from, in spite of the continual use of antibiotics...
Ethical
By: Paula Countryman
Euthanasia is ethical under certain circumstances. I wouldn't agree it's ethical to euthanize the infirm, the elderly, nor those who have chronic pain with non fatal illnesses. Having said that, I do believe if the person who is having chronic pain and will never get...
Euthanasia Euthanization Euthanized Mercy Killing Socialized Medicine
By: Lisa Fillers
It is often said to have knowledge is to have power. To argue any point of view on any subject with someone of opposite opinion one must be armed with more than just how they feel about a particular subject.The definition of ethical is...

 

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