They have the right to be Treated
By: Patrick Stewart
Smokers although diminishing in the United States as they become educated on the dangers of smoking. Obesity growing rampantly as the media shoves Mcdonalds, Burger King, SubWay, Quiznos, and the many other Fats Food restaurants that rush to get our dollars. They do get them...
The eustachian tubes explained
By: Natasha L. Kohlhoff Polak
WHAT ARE EAR TUBES?By definition, ear tubes are known as grommets, pressure equalizing (PE) tubes, ventilation tubes, or tympanostomy tubes. They can be made from plastic, Teflon, or metal, and range in size depending on the length of time they are needed. Most are...
By: Katriena Knights
Listeriosis is a bacterial infection spread through contaminated food. While it's not as well-known as salmonella, botulism, or E. coli, it can be just as dangerous, sometimes even more so, in more serious cases. In fact, if you contract listeriosis, you're more likely to require...
Science and Tecnology will not Eradicate the Neccesstiy for Death and Disease
By: margaret hillcroft
Science and tecnology together have created massive changes and brought the world to the place it is now at. Although many of these changes have made life safer and easier for many of the population, there has also been a downside which is revealed now...
What are the risks that affect life expectancy?
By: Bobby Joe
There are many risks that affect a human-being's life span. They include smoking, drug usage, disease, the immune system's health and more. The leading cause of deaths in the US include smoking and obesity (obesity then breaks down into heart attack stroke, etc. while smoking...
What is a heart stent
By: Ruth Floresca
Chest pains, shortness of breath and other bodily discomforts such as nausea or breaking out in a cold sweat may already be signs of a heart attack. A patient who comes to the hospital experiencing chest pains and whose ECG readings show that he is...
By: Joe Paradis
Shoulder to Shoulder - Rotator Cuff SurgeryHe came toward me from across the room at the funeral parlor. A huge man, easily 250 lbs. Barrel-chested, close cropped hair, goatee, leather jacket. He wasn't anyone that I knew. But then I saw that he had his...
By: Norma Chew
The eyes are the two most complicated and complex organs in the body. The main function of the eyes is to work with the brain to provide vision.How Do They Do It.?The eyes are connected to the brain. It is the brain that...
Partial spleen removal: Concerns
By: G E Barr
PARTIAL SPLENECTOMY CONCERNSRemoval of the spleen is a radical decision based on various disease issues. The partial splenectomy, it has been found, has the desired effect of removing the disease issues and retaining a certain immunology.The human spleen is shaped kind of like a...
Xenotransplantation : Pigs saving human lives
By: Norma Chew
In an article posted by Biotech Council, it states, "xenotransplantation means using living non-human animal cells, tissues or organs to treat humans." The article goes on to say we usually think of organ transplants such as hearts or kidneys." Do bear in mind...

 

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