The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis

Antibiotic resistance crisis is happening now and it seems like there is no solution to it yet. Everyone knows that the antibiotic resistance is elevating to dangerously high levels in all parts of the world. The antibiotics that were used to save millions of lives are no longer effective towards the swift emergence of resistant … Read more

Nutrition concept for the football players

Football, also referred to like football, was an intermittent high-intensity team sport of skill and tactics that enjoys global popularity (Andrews & Itsiopoulos, 2016). Football was a game of strength, speed, and skill; all of which can be affected by what, when and how much an athlete eats and drinks. Athletes need to apply the … Read more

Health Benefits Of Okra

There are multiple health benefits and splendid nutritional value of okra. Distinct parts of okra plant can be used for multiple purposes. Usually it is used in salads, stews and soup in fresh, dried and fried form. Some peoples used it as a healthy substitute for coffee as it lack caffeine its other application is … Read more

A Study on the Redox Potential of Metals

Lab Discussion Experiment 11: Oxidation-Reduction Electrochemistry In this experiment students have the opportunity to observe and measure the relative reduction potentials of various metals in order to have a better sense of comprehension of the topics associated with reaction spontaneity as well as reduction potentials. The objectives of this experiment were accomplished through the use … Read more

What is a healthy diet?

In order to stay alive, everyone has to eat food and drink water. But what is a healthy diet? I have chosen this topic because I have always been interested in food and nutrition. In today’s world, there is such a wide variety of different diets. For example, the Cabbage Soup Diet, the Popcorn Diet, … Read more

Traditional medicine in the world

The traditional medicine is one of the oldest in world. It had different branches like Ayurveda,Yoga, Siddha, Tantric, and folk medicine. People used various herbs, metal and animals as medicine in order to cure their diseases. The drugs in the pharmacopoeia of the Kaviraj or native medical practitioners are derived alike from the vegetable, animal … Read more

Moral Permissibility of Voluntary and Non-Voluntary Active Euthanasia

This paper will focus on discussing the moral arguments that are popular in the field of discussion on voluntary and non-voluntary euthanasia. I believe that argument that voluntary active euthanasia and non-voluntary euthanasia is not morally permissible is weak in its defense. This paper has been arranged into the following ways.I will first define the … Read more

Causes And Care For Bad Breath

“ Bad breath is caused by odor-producing bacteria that grow in the mouth. When you don’t brush and floss regularly, bacteria accumulate on the bits of food left in your mouth and between your teeth. The sulfur compounds released by these bacteria make your breath smell. Bad breath, or halitosis, can be a major problem, … Read more

How does garlic work for tooth pain?

Garlic is a natural, simple, low cost and quick-acting treatment for a toothache. There are different ways to use it to soothe a toothache. Use them according to your convenience and preference. Head of fresh whole garlic Remove a clove from a garlic head. Carefully remove the skin of the garlic clove. Place the whole … Read more

Opal Fluorite Tiffany Stone

The Tiffany Stone is the name of a purple, blue and white gem that can be cut and polished into stunning beads, cabochons and tumbled stones. Geologically, Tiffany stone is a rock composed primarily of fluorite with small amounts of calcite, opal, quartz, dolomite, Bertrandite, chalcedony, and other materials. These gems contain between one and … Read more

An Analysis of the Health Impacts of Cosmetic Surgeries

Many women have an experience that wish to transform to ideal looks and become popular in the community. In general, women have tendency to pay attention their looks and mostly women have body dissatisfaction differently. For improving this dissatisfaction, having cosmetic surgery is very popular way to solve the issue of having body dissatisfaction. Historically, … Read more

Ladder of Inference

The ladder starts with data. There is a tremendous amount of data in the world and we have a limited capacity to absorb it. Research suggests that we take in only about 10% of the data available. So, we select data. We then add meaning to the data we select in order for it to … Read more

Gratification Disorder

Gratification disorder is also known as ‘Infantile masturbation’. Gratification behaviour in children is quite common. Approximately 90-94% of males and 50-55% females masturbate at some point in their lives(1). It is a form of masturbating behaviour that is often mistaken for seizure, paroxysmal movement disorder, or abdominal pain, as it does not involve manual genital … Read more

A Discussion on Moral Issues of Cosmetic Surgery

Cosmetic Surgery Cosmetic surgery is a surgical procedure that is done on body parts that are healthy, and has the purpose of improving appearance. Cosmetic surgery has become more common over the years, especially in the United States. However, many are bringing to attention ethical problems related to the increasing percentage of people who have … Read more


D. Micah Hester’s book End-of-Life Care and Pragmatic Decision Making: A Bioethical Perspective is a reviving examination of good issues encompassing look after the withering utilizing what he calls a profoundly experimental logic vigorously obliged to William James. For Hester, radical observation acknowledges as genuine any experience, and in this way necessitates all experience be … Read more

Analysis of the Significance of Vitamin B12

According to the National Institutes of Health, Vitamin B12 is naturally found in a variety of animal foods. Since vegetarians and vegans consume little, if any, animal products, they are encouraged to take vitamin B12 supplements. Additionally, individuals over age 50 often do not have enough hydrochloric acid in their stomachs to absorb vitamin B12 … Read more

Benefits of plastic surgery

In our research, we will talk about Plastic surgery; it is a surgical trial for remedying or enhancing body defects. These might be intrinsic, because of disease, or because of awful accidents. Plastic surgery additionally incorporates surgical techniques asked by patients to improve their appearance. And so that, plastic surgery is different from cosmetic surgery, … Read more

The Process of Aluminum Anodizing

Aluminum anodizing is a surface hardening process in which electrolytic passivation is used to thicken the layer of oxide that naturally occurs on aluminum alloys. Used to increase corrosion and wear resistance, anodizing can be performed on a variety of metals, such as titanium anodizing; however, amongst anodizers, aluminum is typically the metal of choice … Read more


Introduction The word materiovigilance is a combination of two words – ‘material’ which means ‘a physical substance that things can be made from’ and ‘vigilance’ which means ‘more careful attention, especially in order to notice possible danger’. Hence the term materiovigilance is defined as “close monitoring of any undesirable occurrence resulting from a medical device … Read more

Physio-Chemical Properties of Aspirin

Discussion The stability tests revealed that the physio-chemical properties of the dispersible 75mg aspirin tablets weren’t maintained after repackaging into multi compartment compliance aids over 5 the week period. A weight uniformity test was conducted to ensure an accurate and consistent dosage form. It was shown that there was a change in the mean weight … Read more

10 foods that make us happy

Some foods make us feel better about ourselves and forget about worries. On the occasion of the International Day of Happiness, we propose some foods that are sure to make you feel good. Some of them are very beneficial not only for our mood , but for many other things, strengthening us and providing everything … Read more

Polysorbate 80

There are some studies showed that Polysorbate 80 has been linked to infertility in mice, an increased risk of blood clots, heart attack, stroke, heart failure and even the recurrence of cancer. This additive was indicated by a article in PubMed as a causative agent of pregnant women going into anaphylactic shock. Other studies showed … Read more

Case J Where The Rubber Hits The Road

Phelps possesses several inpatient services that include medicine, surgery, psychiatry, obstetrics, pediatrics, and physical therapy and rehabilitation. This paper gives insight into the different financial issues that the healthcare system is currently facing, along with proposing solutions to help resolve these financial problems. Physicians both older and younger present recommendations to fix these problems and … Read more

The Importance of Eating Organic

Food is one of the most important essential in our life for it brings energy to the body in order to keep it functioning. What we consume everyday determines the level of healthiness in our body. However, without food the body won’t be able to perform daily task and function well. Moreover, the human body … Read more

Weighing the Pros & Cons of Massage Therapy after Chiropractic Treatment in Wasilla

Massage therapy has been around for centuries and has been used for medicinal and/or healing purposes around the world. Has your doctor prescribed chiropractic massage therapy in Wasilla? Are you wondering if chiropractic care with massage therapy could help heal your injuries? Perhaps you have heard or read stories about chiropractic massage therapy and wondered … Read more

Dorothea Orem’s Theory of Self-care Deficit

The importance and relevance of nursing theories are scrutinized when their practical applicability is questioned. Without practical applicability, many theories remain idealistic works and are seldom utilized in every day life. However, this is not the case for Dorothea Orem’s theory of self-care deficit. The concepts of this theory can be applied to almost every … Read more

Clinical Use of Substrate Oxidation

Due to the proposed role of RQ and RER as a marker for substrate use, RQ and RER are often a popular clinical parameter to nutritionists to assess feeding adequacy (24). As a marker for substrate use, the RQ and RER can identify the metabolic consequences of under or overfeeding and the macronutrient distribution of … Read more

Structure and Function of Haemoglobin

Primary structure: This is hemoglobin at the simplest level, it is made up of chains of amino acids, in which peptide bonds separating each amino acid. It consists of four polypeptide chains, two alpha (?) chains, and two betas (?) chains. Secondary Structure: The two types of secondary structure found in proteins are the alpha-helix … Read more

A Look At How Complementary Therapies Work In Regard To The Normal Treatments

P4 – Explain the role of complementary therapies in relation to orthodox treatments. M2 – compare the role of two complementary therapies with those of more orthodox treatments Complementary therapies are often used alongside orthodox medical treatments. Orthodox treatment is the use of drugs and operations to cure illness.The role of complementary therapies is to … Read more

Beneficence vs. Non-maleficence

Beneficence and Non-maleficence are two interrelated concepts which consist of bringing no harm to others. Although the two are interrelated, there is a big difference between the two. Beneficence refers to the act of helping others whereas non-maleficence refers to not doing any harm. Therefore, the main difference between the two is that beneficence asks … Read more

Ethics for Software Engineering

Software Engineering is writing and designing programs for electronic devices, especially for computers. As a part of the engineering field, it does a great job to make lives of humans easier. In the modern world, humans can’t live without computers and computers cannot work without software. Therefore, Software Engineers have a high responsibility when developing … Read more

The post-hepatic jaundice report

In this case, the most likely diagnosis of the patient has post-hepatic jaundice which might due to the presence of gallstone blocking the bile duct known as extra-hepatic obstruction. Another cause is carcinoma of the head of the pancreas. The elevation of bilirubin level which is 250 µmol/l will give rise to severe, painless and … Read more