Sickle Cell Anemia

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blood disease. It cause’s amounts of pain, severe damage to vital organs, and for some patients, death even comes into terms in early child hood or adulthood. Most people with Sickle Cell Anemia enjoy ... Continue Reading

Abortion

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Certainly the issue of abortion is not something to be taken lightly because it is the termination of what could, potentially, become a human being. There are very many ways of looking at abortion, which make it hard to decide whether or not you are for it. Although there are many good reasons as t ... Continue Reading

Breast Feedin

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Breastfeeding is the best start in Life It is very important for infants to be breastfeed, for the first zero-six months of life. It provides all the nutrients and water need for a healthy baby. Infants are more likely to eat more on breast milk. Breastfeeding ... Continue Reading

What Is Air Pollution

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Polluting air with any kind of alien substance such as carbon dioxide, sulphur dioxide, carbon mono-oxide, hydrogen sulphide, volatile organic compounds, chlorine, chloroform, chlorine dioxide, etc and making environment dangerous to live for living species is called air poll ... Continue Reading

Steroids

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Since the 1950’s, some athletes have taken steroids to gain strength, build muscle, and boost athletic performance. Other parts of the population have also begun to take steroids as well. Athletes' use of steroids is very popular these days, but even though steroids do produce quick ... Continue Reading

Teen Pregnancy

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“Mom, Dad, I’m pregnant,” the words that ALL parents hate to hear come out of their children’s mouth. Although no one wants to believe it, one little mistake can change a person’s life forever. Teen pregnancy in the United States is going down, and that’s a good thing, it is still here ... Continue Reading

MDS

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MYELODYSPLATIC SYNDROMS AFTER BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) is the name given to a group of closely related diseases that arise in the bone marrow from hematopoietic stem cells. (Myelo refers to bone marrow and dysplasia means abnormal) (1). MDS can af ... Continue Reading

Myelodysplastic Syndrome

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MYELODYSPLATIC SYNDROMS AFTER BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTATION Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) is the name given to a group of closely related diseases that arise in the bone marrow from hematopoietic stem cells. (Myelo refers to bone marrow and dysplasia means abnormal) (1). MDS can af ... Continue Reading

Sickle Cell Anemia

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Sickle Cell Anemia is a an inherited, chronic disease in which the red blood cells, normally disc-shaped, become crescent shaped. As a result, they function abnormally and break down, causing recurrent painful episodes. This disease is caused by an abnormal type of hemog ... Continue Reading

Anorexia Nervosa

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Anorexia is a severe physcological disorder. It is defined as a severe eating disorder in which people refuse to eat while denying that their behavior and appearance, which may become skeletal, is out of the ordinary. Anorexia Nervosa also translates to “nervous loss of appetite” which can be ... Continue Reading

Celiac Sprue

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The absorption of food nutrients through the small intestine is a condition known as celiac Sprue. The intestine is impaired because of an immune reaction to gluten which is a protein found in wheat or other grains that is in much food that people eat. Celiac sprue is generally reversible once cer ... Continue Reading

Erythropoietin-EPO

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Erythropoietin, otherwise known as EPO, is a performance-enhancing drug that has been taken by elite endurance athletes for only a few years. EPO is a natural component of the body’s red blood cells that works as a catalyst for red blood cell production. Until recently, EPO was only a natural sub ... Continue Reading

Epo

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Erythropoietin, otherwise known as EPO, is a performance-enhancing drug that has been taken by elite endurance athletes for only a few years. EPO is a natural component of the body’s red blood cells that works as a catalyst for red blood cell production. Until recently, EPO was only a natural sub ... Continue Reading

Sickle Cell Anemia

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There have been many researches and tests done on the genetic causes of Sickle Cell Anemia and how it develops, as well as its effects on the circulatory, muscular, and respiratory systems, and it’s effects on the joints and other systems of the body. Most of the research has been done, to expl ... Continue Reading

Sickle Cell Anemia

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There have been many researches and tests done on the genetic causes of Sickle Cell Anemia and how it develops, as well as its effects on the circulatory, muscular, and respiratory systems, and it’s effects on the joints and other systems of the body. Most of the research has been do ... Continue Reading

Anemia

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Anemia is caused by a lack of the Vitamin B12 in the human body. The Vitamin B12 helps form red blood cells, which carry oxygen to the body's organs and tissues. Red blood cells are formed when cells in the bone marrow divide. If parent cells are deprived of Vitamin B12, they become larger tha ... Continue Reading

Doping

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Each year athlete’s abilities to perform and exceed beyond previous year’s seems to increase. Better training methods, better conditioning techniques, and better overall health of the athlete can contribute to this increased ability. However, “some athletes always seem to take it a step furthe ... Continue Reading

Reducing the Risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome SIDS for short is an all to common occurrence. SIDS is also known as crib death. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is the sudden and unexplained death of an infant who is under one year of age who appear to be healthy. SIDS occurs to one or two babies out of 1,000. In the ... Continue Reading

ELDERLY AT RISK

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The number of elderly people in today’s world has significantly increased in the past number of years. One of the reasons for this pleasant change is the America’s improved health care and increased concern for the physical and emotional well being of geriatric patients ... Continue Reading

The agony of Sickle Cell Anemia

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Each and every day tens of thousands of people worldwide suffer from a disease known as sickle-cell anemia. This autosomal recessive disease causes pain and agony for everyone in its path. In sickle-cell patients the hemoglobin is defective, causing pain and ultimately can damage tissue. This dise ... Continue Reading

Sickle-Cell

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Thesis: After examining my disease of Sickle Cell Anemia I have found out new information about the disease A. A blood disorder that affects hemoglobin ... Continue Reading

Experimental Medicine

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Experimental medicine has become an everyday occurrence in today’s world, from cloning to finding a cure for AIDS. Most people see the news reports about medical experiments that have no problems with the testing of a new drug, but what about the experiments on drugs that turn out bad? Unless pe ... Continue Reading

Sickle Cell Anemia

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Blood supplies oxygen, transports nutrients, waste, and hormonal messengers to each of the sixty billion cells in the body, and defends the body against foreign material. There are close to 30 trillion blood cells in an adult human. Each cubic millimeter of blood contains from 4 2 to 5 2 million r ... Continue Reading

Food Recall and Analysis

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Completing a three day recall of all the food a person eats can be time consuming, eye opening and even a little fun. I wrote down everything I ate for 3 days, entered the information into the computer and was in for quite a shoc ... Continue Reading

My Fairytale

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I used to think my life was extremely boring. I always wanted that fairytale life full of adventure and romance. Then I looked back on all the events of my past that had meaning and found that my life was just that. It was a fairytale filled with plenty of exciting activity, drama, and rom ... Continue Reading