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  • Tiny Micro Organisms Known As Bacteria
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    Useful bacteria What association usually comes to mind when we think about bacteria Most likely at the mention of bacteria, we think of germs and of disease and of how we need to sterilize to keep them from harming us. Most of us, however, tend to ignore the fact that although humans do their best each day to cook and sterilize away the tiny micro-organisms known as bacteria, there are literally thousands and thousands that surround and affect our lives uniquely every day. Were it not for these ...
  • Radiation Therapy Causes Boop
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    Bronchiolitis Obliterans Organizing Pneumonia: BOOP The characteristic of organizing pneumonia is the appearance of tissue in the distal bronchioles. BOOP can be classified by 1) its cause 2) the cause is undetermined 3) its cryptogenic organizing pneumonia (idiopathic type). About one-half of all cases of BOOP are idiopathic. BOOP on x-ray can also be confused with chronic pneumonia (CEP). The difference between the two is that BOOP has consolidation in the lower lobes of the lung and CEP conso...
  • Third World Countries And Refugee Camps
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    "Refuge Camps" There is a foreboding and ongoing crisis facing several third world countries today. This crisis is the rising amount of famine and health ailments that affect hundreds of thousands of individuals that face malnutrition, poverty, and several other serious problems that you will find in developing countries. Countless diseases plague today's world and the people who are most vulnerable to these diseases are also the ones that need the most help. Despite the lack of funds and limite...
  • Cause Of Spoilage In The Citrus Fruits
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    Koch's Postulates Introduction Koch created four guidelines to determine the causal agents of disease in humans, animals, and plants. Koch proved that a disease-causing agent could be transferred from one organism to another and create the same illness. Isolation of pure cultures and the introduction of the disease-causing agent to a healthy organism will transmit the disease and infect the inoculated organism. Koch's four guidelines by which one must follow to transmit a disease from an infecte...
  • Diseased Organism
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    Physical MedicinePHYSICAL MEDICINEPHYSICAL MEDICINE also called PHYSIATRY, PHYSICAL THERAPY, OR REHABILITATION MEDICINE, medical specialty concerned with the treatment of chronic disabilities and with the restoration of normal functioning to the disabled through physical modes of treatment, such as exercise. This specialized medical service is generally aimed at rehabilitating persons disabled by pain or ailments affecting the motor functions of the body. Physical medicine is one means employed ...
  • Large Cause Of Disease In Plants
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    The nature of DISEASE CAUSING ORGANISMS and the mechanisms employed by man to combat these organisms. What is disease? A disease is a disturbance in the normal structure or function of an organism, group of organisms or the entire body. Diseases affect different organisms in different ways, they may be temporary, they may be chronic, or they may be terminal. They may even be localized or widespread through an entire body. Many diseases have been eradicated, but, some have no cure. Humans and oth...
  • Liver Disease
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    Digestive Disorders Amebic Dysentry is a disorder in which there is an accumulation of pus located in the liver. This is usually caused by an internal parasite or organism. When dealing with this liver disease there are a few symptoms to look out for. Jaundice, which is something that will make your skin and eyes go yellow is a symptom of Amebic Dysentry. Other symptoms to look out for are chills, a high fever, sweating, diarrhea, loss of appetite, weight loss, abdominal pain, possible joint pai...
  • Progeria And Cardiovascular Disease
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    I. Introduction A. Imagine for a second that you are a six-year-old. Your friends invite you out to play but you can t because you have a painful case of arthritis that hurts with every step you take. Or your chronic heart disease enables you from being able to breathe easily. These conditions are just a few that a child with Progeria may suffer from. Progeria, also known as Hutchinson Gilford Syndrome, is an extremely rare aging disease that causes a child to age up to eight times faster than n...
  • Research Of The Meningococcal Disease
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    PROJECT DETAILS: The primary investigators involved in the research of the Meningococcal Disease are Scientists, Doctors, Microbiologists and Pharmacologists from a Melbourne Institute of Medicine. The project is expected to take at least four years and requires $2 Million to assist in the research and prevention of the disease. INTRODUCTION: Meningococcal Disease is a harsh infectious disease that attacks either the brain and spinal tissue or poisons the blood. Either one can kill a person if t...
  • Chicken Broth In The Flask
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    If I was to choose among the greatest benefactors of humanity, Louis Pasteur would certainly be up there at the top. Louis Pasteur has solved mysteries of rabies, anthrax chicken cholera and silkworm diseases, and contributed to the development of the first vaccines. He debunked the widely accepted myth of spontaneous generation, thereby setting the stage for modern biology and biochemistry. He described the scientific basis for fermentation, wine-making, and the brewing of beer. His work gave b...
  • Cloning And The Human Genome Project
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    The Human Genome Project will create more harm than good for Human Welfare. 'Doctors will be able to spot genetic mutation that signal the approach not only of rare hereditary diseases, but also the common killers, including breast cancer, heart disease and diabetes- and defeat them. ' (Collins 1994). Geneticists have set the date for this breakthrough at 10 years. We are noe at the stage where we have almost finished completely mapping the Human Genome. But what is the Human Genome, and why is ...

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