When an embryo becomes a human being
By: Lanae
There is a particular process that the egg will follow from development through implantation, in which a union is formed with the spermFirst, an egg is developed in the ovaries and is then directed to the oviducts (uterine or fallopian tubes) where the egg then...
Basic functions of the human eye
By: Alicia M Prater PhD
The basic function of the human eye is to see. Other functions involving the accessory structures and secretions of the eye prevent foreign particles from injuring the ocular organ and pathogens from entering the body through this route.In its simplest definition, sight is the...
Could the AIDS Virus be Viewed as a Natural way to Stabilize Population Growth
By: G E Barr
PERSPECTIVEIn a rational, scientific, historical sense, yes, the AIDs virus could be viewed as a natural population stabilitate. So could cancer and heart disease. And, it is much easier to see all of this tragedy as nature "taking its course" if the one who is...
By: Janet Grischy
Color blindness is sometimes acquired, through brain or nerve damage, but it is most often inherited. Different forms of color perception difficulty are caused by different genetic anomalies. Aging or illness may also impair color vision. With almost all forms of color blindness, the impairment...
By: G E Barr
HUMAN VERMIFORMThe appendix is a "worm-looking" organ which is attached to the cecum in the lower right of the "quandrant". It was Darwin's theory that the appendix was a left over, no longer valuable organ, which had dangled since evolution. Darwin theorized that man was...
By: Rolland Judd
Every winter as the cold sets in and the clouds roll across the sky bringing the first snowflakes of the year many people find themselves hitting the snooze button on their alarm clocks more and more frequently. They just don't feel like they got the...
Preparing for a total knee replacement
By: Bob Johnson - 441162
Treating Pain In Knee Replacement Surgery with Interferential and Tens As Well as Topical Pain Patches & Aromatherapy Patches Treating Pain In Knee Replacement Surgery This article was prompted by helping a friend who had undergone her second knee replacment surgery, on same knee, and...
By: Janet Grischy
The first time I gave blood it was a directed donation. Someone in my family needed blood, and he wanted blood from people he knew. I don't know why blood from people you know would be any better than blood from strangers, but that's what...
By: Janet Grischy
Cognitive science is the interdisciplinary study of mind and intelligence. It incorporates insights from the study of linguistics, psychology, artificial intelligence, neuroscience, and anthropology in an attempt to understand cognition, thought.This science tries to understand reasoning as a function of representational structures in the...
Stem cell banking
By: Les Scammell
Umbilical cord blood is not blood from the mother, it is blood from the baby therefore it is untainted by many of life's pollutants. Rather, it is full of stem cells, the cells that are the basic building blocks of every part of our body...

 

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