Facts about the thalidomide tragedy
By: Alicia M Prater PhD
Thalidomide was first marketed as a sedative in Europe in the 1950s, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The German pharmaceutical company Gruuenthal released the drug in 1957. Thalidomide's teratogenic properties were not known at that time, and it was prescribed...
Why the body needs sleep
By: D. P. Noe
You are only sleeping five or six hours a night and believe that is good enough. The truth is your body needs at least 8 hours of sleep every night. You have an increased risk of heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure and recent...
AIDS and Population Control
By: Victor Strange
First of all is AIDS of a natural origin? I will say absolutely not! I believe AIDS is a synthetic disease that was engineered in Department of Defense laboratories in response to a request from the World Health Organization. I know you have been told...
By: G E Barr
JUST A THOUGHT OR TWOSince DNA is transcribed into RNA and AIDS virus genetic material is RNA, then it lacks a basic process and therefore one chemical molecule. Produce DNA to trick the AIDS RNA into extinction. Produce what the human body lacks in immunology...
The human reproductive system
By: Tarek Musslimani
We will discuss in this short article the male and female reproductive system shortly. Firstly, we will discuss the male reproductive system and then the female reproductive system. The male reproductive system consists of the Testis and epididymis, in addition to the important gland of...
By: Norma Chew
A hazardous substance is any biological agent or other disease causing agent or any chemical which presents a health hazard. Hazardous substances can be found in such places as hospitals and other medical facilities, occupational facilities, like chemical, agricultural, industrial and research plants. Hazardous substances...
Do Humans use only 10 Percent of their Brain
By: G E Barr
PREMATURE PROJECTIONHow can we know just how much of the brain is used when we do not know how to fix it and we know so little about it? With the possible exception of the pancreas, is there another organ about which we can do...
Medical Technology: Living to 100 and beyond
By: Darlene Zagata
It's not difficult to imagine living to the age of 100 or beyond in today's society with the ever advancing technology of medical science. Advances in genetics and exploration into fields such as nanotechnolgy could very well extend the lifespan beyond 100 years in the...
Denying Smokers and the Obese Medical help
By: Amelia Bray
Yes. Absolutely. Think about it, you're a healthy, fit person, who has happened to have the misfortune of a heart attack, or other heart problem that requires surgery. You have to wait because someone who has done this to themselves is going first. They've gorged...
Should Smokers and the Obese be Denied Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery
By: Adam Churchill
The Hipocratic Oath, which all doctors are sworn under, stipulates that a Doctor must FIRST DO NO HARM, and second, DO WHAT IS BEST FOR HIS/HER patient, REGARDLESS OF PERSONAL BIAS.This, quite simply means, that regardless of RELIGION, LIFESTYLE, BAD HABIT, OR GENETICS, if...

 

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