Blood circulation in the human body

Although the heart plays one of the biggest roles in the circulatory system, the rest of the system is also very important as it is what transports blood to and from the heart to keep the body alive. Blood is transported throughout the body by blood vessels. Blood vessels are complex structures but can be … Read more

What is Chronic Kidney Disease?

What Ayurveda says about chronic kidney disease? As per written in Ayurveda, the urine formation and its filtration happens in the kidney, but actually its happens in the intestine only. According to Ayurveda, Fire elements( Fires) helps to dissolve the formation and process of the urine and urine and filtration collects the waste from the … Read more

The Digestive Process of Food in the Alimentary Canal and Accessory Digestive Organs in the Digestive System of the Human Body

The digestive system is categories into two separate groups, these groups are called the alimentary canal, and the accessory digestive organs. The major processes of the alimentary canal include, ingesting which is consuming any type of substance our body is able to swallow, digesting the breaking down of any dissolvable material and absorbing the chemical … Read more

Plant innate immunity

Plants are infected by a huge number of pathogens of which only a few succeed in causing disease. The attack by others is responded by a sophisticated immune system possessed by the plants. Entry of phytopathogen is a vital step in causing disease. Especially in viral infection, entry is possibly through physical injuries induced either … Read more

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) is a disease that destroys nerve cells and causes disability. The nerve cells gradually break down and die. Muscle twitching, weakness in a limb, or slurred speech is how ALS typically starts. It eventually affects the muscles needed to move, speak, and breath.The disease is progressive, and currently … Read more

The Significance Of Homeostasis

The role of homeostasis is to maintain a constant internal environment within the body despite changes in the external environment. For example, the body is able to keep its core temperature, blood sugar levels and water balance relatively constant.This ensures the survival and functioning of cells, organs and tissues. If homeostasis were to cease and … Read more

Digestive system: what is it?

DIGESTION is important for breaking down food into nutrients, which the body uses for energy, growth, and cell repair. Food and drink must be changed into smaller molecules of nutrients before the blood absorbs them and carries them to cells throughout the body. The body breaks down nutrients from food and drink into carbohydrates, protein, … Read more

Dreadlocks Origin And Atereotypes

xDreadlocks are ropelike strands of hair formed by matting or braiding. Its origins can be traced back to the mummies of ancient Egypt, the Indian deity, Shiva, as well as in Bible passages in the character of Sampson whose strength comes from his seven locks of hair. But the term “dreadlocks” itself emerged from the … Read more

Active recovery modalities

This week we will finish the topic of recovery by looking at active recovery modalities, nutrition, and some recovery methods that claim to work but may not actually do what they claim. If passive recovery methods are those you can apply with little to no effort, active recovery methods are those that require you actually … Read more

How To Remedy Penile Dysmorphic Disorder (PDD)

Anything that negatively affects a man’s sexual pride is indeed a sexual disorder! One such disorder is Penile Dysmorphic Disorder. What exactly is PDD? Penile Dysmorphic Disorder, abbreviated as PDD, is a mental illness or disorder. It is a condition in which you, as a man, are obsessively focused and ashamed with the shape, size … Read more

Discovering Three Main Reasons for Body Modification Practices

Body Modification Body modifications have been around for thousands of year. The oldest documented tattoo is from Otzi the iceman from 3300 BC ,states fragrancex.com. Since then, many more body modifications have evolved, such as; scarification, skin stretching, forked tongue. “Body modification is the deliberate altering of the human anatomy or human physical appearance,” says … Read more

Contact lenses versus glasses: what is better?

As you probably already know, there are quite a few differences between contact lenses and eye glasses. Glasses have been around a lot longer than contacts, although most people prefer to wear contacts instead of glasses. Contacts have become popular over the years, proving to be the best alternative to wearing bulky glasses. When you … Read more

The Constant Gardener And Blood Diamond As Examples Of The Evolution Of Film In Africa

The Constant Gardener and Blood Diamond are examples of the evolution of film in Africa. The films both reference the African environment, landscape and quest for African resources. Cinematography is used in a way that captures the beauty and horrors of Africa. Yet, both films pay homage to the uneasy coexistence of Africans at the … Read more

The Biography of Andreas Vesalius

Andreas Vesalius was born on December 31, 1514, in Brussels, Belgium, to Anders van Wesel, and his wife, Isabel Crabbe. His father was court apothecary to Charles V of Spain.In 1528, he got enrolled at the University of Leuven taking arts, but later decided to pursue a career in the military. In 1533, he got … Read more

Immune System in Human Body

This is the system that protects the body from harmful substances/microorganisms, they are like the soldiers of the body because they defend the body and kill the invaders. Immunity given by the immune system is the protection of the body from infections and agents that cause disease (Latha, 2012). This system is the most complicated … Read more

Core Anatomy of human body

The core has been described as a box which is made up of muscles including abdominals which makes up the front wall, paraspinal and gluteal muscles makes up the back wall, while the diaphragm makes up the roof and the pelvic floor and hip girdle muscles makes up the bottom. Inside this box are 29 … Read more

What is blood’s composition?

All humans have blood, but what is blood? What is blood’s composition? What is blood’s purpose? How is blood produced? How does the blood circulatory system work? What are the types of blood? Do all animals have blood? Is blood always red? This report will tackle these questions and provide a scientific answer to each. … Read more

Types of of bifocal lens

For a majority of us, presbyopia is something we have to live with. In definition, presbyopia is the lack of focusing on things in close range. The cause for this, is the lens in our eyes becoming less and less flexible as we grow older. The bad part is, most of us will need some … Read more

Quality Analysis of PCA’s Skin Care line

Evaluation of the Quality of a Professional Skin Care Product The professional quality skin care products in the market today are overwhelming to the consumers as the products are available over the counter and upon the recommendation of skin care professionals. PCA skin care is a line of products that was founded more than twenty … Read more

Biology: What is homeostasis?

The word homeostasis come from the ancient Greek, and it’s the union of the two words homeo and stasis. Homois means “similar”, and stasis means “staying still”, which gives the idea of “staying the same”. The human body consists of millions of cells working together to maintain the whole organism, and whereas the cells have … Read more

The major types of cementum

Cementum, is a mineralized tissue covering the entire root surface of the teeth, which fit into alveolar sockets of alveolar bone, and functions as a tooth-supporting device in concert with the periodontal principal fibers and alveolar bone. Cementum is often referred to as a bone-like tissue. It composes of around 50% organic and another 50% … Read more

How Parkinson’s disease affects your body

Parkinson’s disease is a neurodegenerative disorder that affects predominantly dopamine producing neurons in a certain area of the brain called Substantia Nigra. Parkinson’s disease is a progressive disorder of the nervous system that affects movement of different parts of the body. It comes along slowly, starting with barely a tremor in one hand. While a … Read more

The ABO blood group system

In the ABO blood group system, the red blood cells in humans have molecular differences from individual to individual. The differences are systematic and can be characterized according to a system of four different hereditary types; A, B, AB and O. These types together form the blood grouping system, ABO. The differences in these four … Read more

Hormone Sensitive Lipase

Hormone sensitive lipase is to mediate the hydrolysis not only of triacyl glycerol stored in adipose tissue but also of cholesterol esters in the adrenals, ovaries, testes, and macrophages (Holm, 2003). For those that lack of HSL is breakdown of cellular fat stores fuels energy production and multiple anabolic processes (Zechner & Langin, 2014). HSL … Read more

Post-micturition Convulsion Syndrome

Post-micturition convulsion syndrome sometimes called pee shudder or pee shiver is the involuntarily shiver that happens to some of us, especially men when we void a large amount of urine. This has affected most of us, especially the men but well it’s not something dangerous or something that could cause for alarm; in fact, it’s … Read more

Analysis Of The Core Ideas Presented In The Documentary “The Secrets Of Sugar”

What is this sweetener that many unknowingly crave in their modern diet? The sweet component known as sugar has successfully been rooted in today’s society a necessity. An ingredient that most everyone loves. Some may even claim that consuming sugar equates to the same effects that an addiction has on the brain. Studies are now … Read more

DETERMINATION OF HEIGHT FROM THE ANGLE OF PROJECTION OF BLOODSTAINS

This is to certify that the NTCC entitled “DETERMINATION OF HEIGHT FROM THE ANGLE OF PROJECTION OF BLOODSTAINS” is submitted as project by Ms. NAVODITA TYAGI B.Sc.(H) FORENSIC SCIENCES during her period of study in Amity University of Forensic Sciences ,AMITY UNIVERSITY,UTTAR PRADESH under my supervision and guidance. During the entire period ,she was very … Read more

The importance of water in our life

A pale, transparent, unscented, tasteless liquid that is important in life is known as water. A water molecule has three atoms which include two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. You can remember this by H2O. All known forms of life need water. Humans drink water which has qualities compatible with the human body. Around … Read more

The Gender Discourse in Sweat

The short story “Sweat” by Zora Neale Hurston details the finer points of the abusive relationship and failing marriage of Delia and Sykes Jones. Hurston presents Delia as a hardworking woman and a faithful wife, but the same cannot be said of Sykes’ character. Sykes has no recognizable redeeming qualities. He is neither hardworking nor … Read more

The Process of Respiration

Respiration has a critically vital role in our lives. The process of respiration is essential for not only life but also speech production. Although the two are closely intertwined, the function of speech for life is vastly different from respiration for speech. Respiration is breathing moving air in and out of our lungs. The process … Read more

Thermoregulation process in human body

Thermoregulation – including both vasodilation and vasoconstriction: the increase in the internal diameter of blood vessels that is caused by relaxation of smooth muscles within the wall of the vessels, thus causing an increase in blood flow is process of vasodilation. In vasodilation, when blood vessels dilate, the blood flow is increased due to a … Read more

Comparing the Concept of Human Morality in Emily Dickinson’s Because I Could Not Stop for Death and Alfred Lord Tennyson’s Tears, Idle Tears

The poems “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” by Emily Dickinson and “Song: Tears, Idle Tears” dramatize different attitudes toward human mortality. The theme of mortality is analysed in poem “Song: Tears, Idle Tears” by exhibiting fascination with the death of poet’s loved ones whereas the poem “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” … Read more

Social Inclusion Of Persons With Disabilities

Disability can be a physical limitation, but nothing can limit a person’s skills. A disability is basically impairment, it can be developmental, intellectual, sensory, mental, physical or some other combination of it. Disability can be from birth or it can be caused by accident or some other unfortunate incident that happens unexpectedly and unintentionally, typically … Read more