A Case Study on Rabies

Rabies case study Rabies is a very interesting disease to research as it is such a complex virus. It is a zoonotic disease spread through bites or saliva of an infected animal. It is usually fatal as it does not show definitive signs of the infection until it is too late. The only diagnosis is … Read more

The historical account of epidemic typhus

Louse-borne typhus is one of the oldest pernicious diseases, that has been haunting mankind since ages. Known by the many names such as “camp fever”, “war fever”, “jail fever” and “tabarillo” and confused with many other fevers and diseases, it was only in the late 15th century, it was identified as a cause of major … Read more

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

Scientists are always looking for different ways to cure certain diseases; however, their methods may be questionable. In Rebecca Skloot’s The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Skloot is investigating the connection between cancer patient Henrietta Lacks and modern day medical research. Even for those without a background in medicine, this novel is interesting and easy … Read more

Feminism in The Other Two and Roman Fever

Subtle Feminism in Edith Wharton’s stories “The Other Two” and “Roman Fever” Edith Wharton showed her concern with the social pressures placed upon women and the constraining expectations of others with respect to them through her fiction. Wharton portrays her female characters straying from expectations, both societal and personal, with a positive outcome. In “The … Read more

St. Bernadette Death

During her childhood, St. Bernadette lived in Lourdes, France. She was the oldest of her eight siblings. Two days after she was born, Bernadette was baptized at St. Pierre’s Church. St. Bernadette had terrible asthma as a child. As a result, she lived the duration of her life with fragile health. When she was fourteen, … Read more

KIDNEY STONE BREAKER

Stone breaker is a natural kidney stones treatment containing 100% pure chancapiedra extract also called as kidney stone crusher. Chancapiedra scientific name Phyllanthusniruri, is a plant indigenous to the amazon rainforest , it is a herb and the whole plant is used to make medicine. Chancapiedra has a long history of traditional medicinal use for … Read more

The different types of vaccines

Live, attenuated vaccines Attenuated vaccines can be made in a variety of ways. Some of the most common methods include the passage of the disease-causing virus through a series of cell cultures or animal embryos (usually chicken embryos). Using chick embryos as an example, the virus develops in different embryos in a row. With each … Read more

A Boy Called Po – story of a boy with autism

Abstract This paper explores a film, A Boy Called Po, discussing the challenges Patrick, best known as Po, lives with the daily challenges of autism. Autism is a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using language and abstract concepts (Google). Introduction There … Read more

Essay on Pneumonia

Pneumonia” a very serious health condition where a person’s lungs are filled with fluid. This makes it very hard for oxygen in the lungs to reach the blood stream” EPA (2018). Pneumonia can continue from two weeks to three weeks and then disappear and be very difficult in children and is the leading cause of … Read more

A Study Of Why Cultural Legacy, Birth Timing And 10,000 Hour Rule Is Important As Shown In Malcolm Gladwell’s Book The Outliers

What defines an individual’s success? In most cases than not, one examines the person’s IQ, their personality, or what sort of special talents that they were graced with since birth as factors that influence ones success. However, this is the exact process that Malcolm Gladwell scrutinized in his bestseller The Outlier’s. Gladwell examined cases studies … Read more

The Many Ways Through Which People Get Chlamydia

There are several sexually transmitted infections contracted from males to females, females to males or homosexual and bisexual partners. In effect, all it takes to transmit this bacteria is a simple contact with the genitals – be it penile, vaginal, anal, or even orally. Among the most common sexually transmitted infections or diseases is Chlamydia … Read more

The Many Ways Through Which People Get Chlamydia

There are several sexually transmitted infections contracted from males to females, females to males or homosexual and bisexual partners. In effect, all it takes to transmit this bacteria is a simple contact with the genitals – be it penile, vaginal, anal, or even orally. Among the most common sexually transmitted infections or diseases is Chlamydia … Read more

The Rise of STIs

Problem Statement Sexually Transmitted Infections or STIs are an expanding issue in the present society. There is a considerable lot of them and the number is expanding in the adolescent of the country. What are Sexually Transmitted Infections/Diseases (STD’s)? What amount do you think about STD’s? Do you know how to shield yourself from STD’s? … Read more

The Main Causes of Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity is a condition characterized by presence of excess fat in the body of a child aged above two years (Birch, et al, 2011). There is no definite and direct way of determining if one has excess fat in their body, conversely, the Body Mass Index (BMI), is used to determine whether one is … Read more

Leukemia And Lymphoma Walk: A Personal Experience

On February 2nd, 2013 at Chicago Academy High School I participated in the Leukemia Lymphoma walk in the cold walk-a-thon. It was a great experience, and I’m glad I choose it as a service learning project. We walked around the neighborhood according to the map we were provided earlier. I chose to serve this organization … Read more

Behavior Disorders: types, causes, symptoms

One of the most important is to know about ADHD. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a mental illness, also called psychiatric disorder. Usually, ADHD diagnosed in school-aged children. Many children with ADHD faced difficulties in their studies and follow instructions, and these characteristics create problems in school and at home. How children or adults … Read more

WAGR Syndrome

What is WAGR Syndrome? WAGR Syndrome is an uncommon disease that can affect both genders. It is more common for babies to be born with the syndrome, rather than getting diagnosed with the disease later on in life. The babies that are born with WAGR face high risks of being diagnosed with cancer, can develop … Read more

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD)

Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) Alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) is caused by damage to the liver from years of excessive drinking. Years of alcohol abuse can cause the liver to become inflamed and swollen. This damage can also cause scarring known as cirrhosis. Cirrhosis is the final stage of liver disease.ARLD is a major public health … Read more

Comprehensive Overview Of Smallpox: Characteristics, Stages And Symptoms, Etiology, Transmission Etc.

Background Smallpox is an infectious illness caused by the variola virus, a part of the class Orthopoxvirus, within the Poxviridae family. The title is determined from the Latin word for “spotted”. Classification There were two clinical shapes of smallpox. Variola major was the extreme and most common shape, with a more broad hasty and higher … Read more

Who is Medusa?

Who is Medusa? Many parts of the myth suggest, through its basic obscurity, the tragic nature of Medusa. Even though the gifts that Medusa was given was the gift from Athena to Asclepius of two drops of Gorgon’s blood. One of the drops has the power to cure and even resurrect, while the other is … Read more

FMS definition

The purpose of this article was to establish whether the compensatory movements the college athletes make to achieve high and better performance predispose to an injury. The Functional Movement Screening (FMS) was utilized to evaluate these athletes to determine if an injury in this population could be predicted with this tool. What led investigators do … Read more

The Four Types Of Perceptual Distortion

Perceptual distortion happens when the stated view differs from an “ordinary reaction”. This is a component of individual contrasts, for instance in perceptual style and is theoretically not the same as mental trips and optical dreams. As recognition relies upon the perceiver’s present perspective, part and conception, there could simply be mistakes in the explanation … Read more

An Analysis of Huntington’s disease

The disease that I have chosen for my research essay is most commonly known as ‘Huntington’s Disease or the scientific name for it which is ‘Huntington’s chorea’. Huntington’s disease is a Neurodegenerative disease that progresses over time, causing the death of brain cells usually in Your 30’s to 40’s. Huntington’s disease is hereditary and dominant, … Read more

Smoker’s cough-nothing but a Pre-COPD

Smoker’s cough is defined as persistent cough in smokers as a result of the irritation and damage of the lining of lungs from smoking cigarettes. In practice, smokers cough represents a spectrum of lung disease from mild irritation to advanced Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease(COPD). It is hard to separate pure smokers cough from beginning of … 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

Obesity as a Worldwide Disease

Obesity is a common and preventable disease of clinical and public health importance. It is often a major risk factor for the development of several non-communicable diseases, significant disability and premature death. Obesity is defined as a condition of abnormal or excessive fat accumulation in adipose tissue, to the extent that health is impaired. Until … Read more