Infectious Diseases Animal Experiments
1,143 wordsFor the past 20 years, there has a been an on going heated debate on whether experiments on animals for the benefit of medical and scientific research is ethical. Whether it is or isn't, most people believe that some form of cost-benefit test should be performed to determine if the action is right. The costs include: animal pain, distress and death where the benefits include the collection of new knowledge or the development of new medical therapies for humans. Looking into these different aspec...
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Ebola A Deadly Virus
1,037 wordsLife is a biological internet in which viruses travel like messages, moving at high speed from node to node and from city to city. They are diverse and wild spread in every plane on the surface of the earth. Ironically, such invisible creatures have a substantially enormous effects on human life and health. In most cases, Viruses are harmful and sometimes deadly. One of these deadly viruses is the Ebola virus, a highly contagious, deadly and mysterious microbe, known to be the most lethal virus ...
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Unlike Bony Fish Tiger Shark Sharks
644 wordsDescription of Tiger Sharks Information about Tiger sharks is rare in books so most of this paper will be about sharks in general. The Tiger Shark's Latin name is Galeocerdo cuvier. Sharks are a member of the fish family. There are over 350 species of sharks. Sharks can be as big as 49 feet long (whale shark) and as short as 6 inches (cigar shark). Sharks' bodies do not have bones, but have cartilage instead. They have pointed heads with five gills behind it. Sharks have very sharp teeth that ar...
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Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Ebola Reston
1,212 wordsIn the year 1976, Ebola climbed out of its unknown hiding place, and caused the death of 340 people. Fear gripped the victims' faces, and uncertainty tortured their minds. The people of Zaire waited outside clinics, churches and in their homes for a treatment of the horrible disease, but there was no cure. They were forced to watch people die, hoping that they would be saved from the violent death of the Ebola virus. From the year of 1976 to the present date of 1996, researchers have searched fo...
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Shakespeare Has Created Atmosphere Of Evil Macbeth
1,017 wordsScene 1 of Act 4 is certainly one of the most visually impacting and intriguing scenes of the entire play. This strong effect is attained by the sequential presentation of mysterious images and a close reference to evil throughout the whole scene. On stage, the visual (the actions and apparitions) and audible (the speech and sound effects as the thunder) factors engulf the entire scene in an atmosphere of wickedness. We must first consider the stage directions that indicate the location were the...
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Back In Time Joan Of Arc
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Eating Or Drinking Contaminated With Brucella Brucellosis
356 wordsCause Brucellosis is caused by the bacteria Brucella. This bacteria infects domesticated animals. The animal that causes Brucellosis the most in Australia is infected cattle but also sheep or goats. Conditions Humans get Brucellosis in one of three ways: Eating or drinking something that is contaminated with Brucella Breathing in the organism Or having the bacteria enter the body through skin wounds The most common way to get Brucellosis is by eating or drinking contaminated dairy products. When...
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Millions Of People People In The United States
900 wordsAll over the world, people are searching for ways to improve themselves and their lives. Cloning can help the lives of millions of people in the United States. It offers a variety of options that can help almost everyone. People will be very happy with the cloning technology. Cloning is good for our world because it can get rid of infertility, it can give people the appearance they want, and it can cure health problems and diseases. Because of infertility, many couples go through physically and ...
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Kind Of Person Center Of Attention
1,498 words... ing group discussions. Interested in serving others, and probably place the needs of others over their own needs. ENTP They are creative, resourceful, and intellectually quick. Good at a broad range of things. Enjoy debating issues, and may be into "one-up-man ship." They get very excited about new ideas and projects, but may neglect the more routine aspects of life. They are generally outspoken and assertive. They enjoy people and stimulating company. They have an excellent ability to under...
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Life Child Pregnant
713 words"Human beings are like tea bags. You don't know your own strength until you get into how water"- Bruce Laingen, U. S. diplomat. Through out my teenage years I always had it made. I had security, support of my family, and other things. When I turned 16 I had found out something that would change my life forever, I was pregnant. Being pregnant at a young age is a very difficult thing to go through. It can be hard mentally, financially and also physically. Everyday, people are faced with choices. S...
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Red Blood Cells Vitamin B
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Lean Body Mass Anabolic Steroid
1,114 wordsAndrogenic-Anabolic Steroid-Induced Body Changes in Strength Athletes BACKGROUND: Some strength athletes use androgenic-anabolic steroids (AAS) to improve body dimensions, though the drugs' long- and short-term effects have not been definitively established. OBJECTIVE: This study sought to investigate the short- and long-term effects of AAS self-administration on body dimensions and total and regional body composition. DESIGN: This prospective, unbounded study involved 35 experienced male streng...
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Soluble Vitamins Fat Soluble
582 wordsVitamins are a natural living compounds required in the diet humans eat for normal growth and maintenance of life. Vitamins function as cofactors in metabolisms of products in the body. Vitamins cant replace food. Vitamins must be supplied in the diet or in the dietary supplement. Thats why doctors suggest taking vitamins with a meal. A well-balanced diet including plenty amounts of fruit and vegetables plus eggs, meat, and fish. Vitamins help regulate metabolisms. They also help convert fats an...
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Taking Creatine Side Effects
807 wordsTo all the young lifters, In todays society, children as young as eleven are taking creatine to enhance their performance in the gym. Kids think that creatine is their miracle cure for bulking up. In most cases, they hear about creatine from a friend who is taking it, so the next day, they go out to GNC and buy the biggest bottle they can find without knowing what it is, what it does, or what the side effects are. This is why I write to you. First of all, let me tell you what exactly creatine is...
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Didn T Wasn T
1,085 wordsDangers of Ecstasy There are many dangers to taking ecstasy that people don t consider. All we think of is the feeling it gives you, the confidence to associate with people, total strangers even. But what does it really do to you. What good is all the happiness when all it is is a sham, a fairy tale that only exists in ones head. We all think it increases our social life, but it actually is decreasing it. Down the line, we eventually become too slow and basically too stupid to even have a social...
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Negative Effects Angier 15 Marijuana
994 wordsMarijuana is a drug obtained from dried and crumpled parts of the universal hemp plant Cannabis sativa (or Cannabis indicia). It is smoked by rolling in tobacco paper, or by placing it in a pipe. It is also otherwise consumed worldwide by an estimated 200, 000, 000 persons for pleasure, an escape from reality, or relaxation. Marijuana is known by a variety of names such as kif (Morocco), data (South Africa), and bhang (India). Common in the United States, marijuana is called pot, grass, weed, Ma...
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Insulin Dependent Diabetes Red Blood Cells
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Creatine Supplementation Creatine Monohydrate
914 wordsDietary supplements: Beneficial or Hazardous? On any given day, a student athlete could walk into a trainers or coaches office holding up a bottle and ask Hey coach, does this stuff work? This young athlete, playing three sports a year, is referring to the dietary supplement called creatine. This, and many more products, are becoming more and more popular these days among high school student-athletes. These young men and, quite possibly young women, are using this supplement without realizing th...
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Fatty Acids Small Intestine
1,001 wordsIts a typical day. After school you get home and you are starving, but you just want a snack. What should I eat? , you ask yourself. Then, after looking through the cabinets for a few minutes, you find Cheetos and decide to eat a few. With just the presence of those Cheetos in your sight, the digestion process begins in your 9 meter long digestive tract. Crunch, Crunch, Crunch. As you munch on those first few Cheetos the digestion process begins in your mouth. Here, mechanical digestion begins t...
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Opiates Such As Morphine First Pass Through The Liver Codeine
314 wordsEffects of Codeine on the Human Body Codeine is mainly used as a pain reliever, but is also used for the relief of a non-productive cough, and as an anti-diarrheal agent. 120 mg of codeine administered SC (subcutaneously, injected under the skin) provides pain relief equal to 10 mg of morphine administered by the same route. Doses used to relieve cough or diarrhea range from 5 mg to 30 mg. Codeine is absorbed quickly from the GI tract and its first pass through the liver results in very little l...
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