Euthanasia Blindness Cures Diseases Life
By: Frances Ruocco
Euthanasia is unethical because we then make ourselves or others God.No one knows the time when someone is going to pass from this world to the next. No one knows when the next cure will be discovered. If we look at history there have...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Ernest Capraro
Long before modern civilization, tribes of hunter-gatherers were the prevalent societies. Their year-to-year survival depended on the group's ability to provide food for everyone. People had specific roles to perform, largely dependent on gender and age. In times of plenty, there was food and supplies...
Do Humans use only Ten per Cent of their Brain
By: John Cowley
When discussing this question it can be quite misleading to assume that the brain is entirely under our volitional control. In fact many parts of the human brain, such as the cerebellum, the mid brain and the pons, control essential bodily functions such as breathing...
Can Euthanasia ever be Ethical
By: Sandra Piddock
As with so many debate questions, there is no clear cut answer here but, on balance, I must come down on the 'ethical' side. My primary reason for this is because I have witnessed Death in its two extremes in those closest to my heart...
Understanding skin, its roles and functions
By: Mary Pagay
Our skin and its ancillary structures - certain glands, hair, and nails - make up the largest organ system of the human body, known as the Integumentary System. Skin is arranged in several layers and connected by the hypodermis, or subcutaneous tissue, to underlying structures...
What is listeriosis?
By: Carolyn Tytler
On Saturday, August 23rd., 2008, the Public Health Agency of Canada announced that 21 cases of a deadly listeriosis outbreak have been confirmed and another 30 are under investigation. Of the confirmed cases, sixteen have occurred in Ontario, three in British Columbia, one in Saskatchewan...
How blood flows through the heart
By: Alicia M Prater PhD
The human heart is a four chambered muscle that squeezes blood from one chamber to another in order to accept deoxygenated blood from the body, pump blood through the lungs for oxygenation, and then pump oxygenated blood out to the body. This is accomplished by...
What to expect when you donate blood
By: Jennifer Walker - 423099
If a complete stranger needed your help to save his life, with no danger to your own, would you help him? What if that help required being poked with a needle? Every four minutes, someone in local hospitals receives a blood transfusion. About 95% of...
By: MD Lynn
Daily, there are people who indeed do things that might put their own life at risk in order to protect or save the life of another. These are good people... helpful people... modern-day heroes.Yet, currently there are 92,000 people who are dying and...
How do gallstones come back after gall bladder removal surgery?
By: Angie Pollock
A myth about having the gallbladder removed is that the individual who had the surgery will never have gallstones again. To understand how gallstones are formed and how they can return, we must first understand how the gallbladder works and the procedure that removes it...

 

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