What are the types of Side Effects of Clenbuterol? How to avoid the Side Effects?

In todays time many of the stimulant that Body builders use for strength boosting, Clenbuterol reactions can and do happen. A portion of these are gentle and leave alone after some time. However others may turn out to be extraordinarily irritating or dangerous.Clenbuterol (or clenbuterol hydrochloride) is a sympathomimetic amine. Generally used as a bronchodilator … Read more

Diapause In Insects

Physiology of diapause in insects: These physiological mechanisms are for governing energetics of diapause. Diapause is a period of inactivity so internal physiology plays an important role during this phase. Organisms become dormant and have to survive without eating for longer period of time because this time may extend from 9-10 months to years. Diapause … Read more

Nutrition Plan For Muscle Growth

Nutrition Plan for Muscle Growth The truth of the matter is, you will not achieve maximum muscle gains and growth without implementing and following a strict nutrition plan which is required to help you achieve desired results. Consuming good nutrition is more critically important that paying for the latest and greatest sports supplement – regardless … Read more

The Greatest Food: Bibimbap

When I first heard this term, I honestly thought it to be a software application. Fortunately, it turned out to be a Korean platter. Korea is not just only known for kimchi and Bulgogi when it comes to the greatest food, Bibimbap is an additional headline. According to the CNN travel, this dish has entered … 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

Sensory Integration Therapy

Description and definition of chosen intervention Sensory Integration Therapy (SIT) a form of occupation therapy in which the therapist uses special exercises to strengthen three domains – tactile (sense of touch), vestibular (sense of balance) and proprioceptive (sense of where the body and its parts are in space). It is designed to restore effective neurological … Read more

The role of Ergonomics in Dentistry

In Greek, “ergo” means work and “nomos” means natural laws or systems. The term ergonomics was coined by British psycholo¬gist Hywel Murrell, at the 1949 meeting at the United Kingdom admiralty, which later led to the foundation of the ergonomic society. The international ergonomic association defines ergonomics as, the scientific disci¬plines concerned with the understanding … Read more

Importance of Fat in a Diet

Fat is an essential part of our daily diet and is important for good health. There are different types of fats, some fats being healthier than other. To help make sure you stay healthy, it is important to eat unsaturated fats in small amounts as part of balanced diet. When eaten in large amounts, all … Read more

Principles of the American Physical Therapy Association

“Transforming society by optimizing movement to improve the human experience.” (APTA). This is the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) vision for all members and Physical Therapist. As a student, in a doctorate of physical therapy (DPT) program, I want to reflect on how that vision will advance my personal and professional development in my career … Read more

Using a traditional therapy model and a community psychology

Although there are many different approaches to mental health care, services within England are predominantly designed and organized around a western, individualized and biologically understood approach. Psychiatric diagnosis has come under much scrutiny for not being holistic when trying to understand emotional distress as they exclude psycho-social contributors to distress and overemphasize the need for … Read more

How Medicine Is Really Practiced In America In “How We Do Harm” by Dr. Otis Brawley

In his book How We Do Harm: A Doctor Breaks Ranks about Being Sick in America, Otis Brawley illustrates the battle between honest medical practice based on ethics and evidence-based science and corrupt medical practice that seeks greed, clinical experiments that cause harm and inadequate standards. Ethical importance encompasses: to do all things reasonable to … Read more

SAS OLAP Server overview

KEY BENEFITS Build consistent OLAP cubes using an integrated ETL process. Using a simplified ETL process, SAS OLAP Server makes it easy to build consistent OLAP cubes from disparate systems. Integrated metadata ensures that consistent information is delivered across the enterprise and enables IT to quickly justify data integrity. Quickly populate your BI applications with … Read more

Cereals As A Staple & Refined Food

Cereals is any grass cultivated for the edible components of its grain, composed of the endosperm, germ and bran. A grain used for food. A plant (such as a grass) yielding starchy grain suitable for food. Prepared foodstuff of grain (such as oatmeal or cornflakes). By consuming cereals it benefits us as it helps to … Read more

Appendix: a Surgical Procedure

A surgical procedure in which the appendix is removed from right lower abdominal wall, while surgical team watches an enlarged image of the patients internal organs on a television monitor. This procedure is preformed by a general surgeon. The appendix is removed when an infection has made it inflamed and swollen resulting in appendicitis. The … Read more

Assessment And Priority Nursing Interventions

In the process of planning of care to every patient, Holistic nursing is the most effective and helpful method to cater all the needs of each patient as holistic nursing focuses on the improvement and healing of an individual as a bio-psycho-social unity, from birth until death (Papathanasiou et al., 2014) Moreover, team approach is … Read more

What is Occupational Therapy?

What is Occupational Therapy? Occupational therapy interventions are designed to allow the child build on areas of strength and helps them to improve skills in areas of their weakness. Occupational therapy interventions are child-centered and often a session with an Occupational Therapist looks like a fascinating and elaborate play scheme. Occupational therapy uses a holistic … Read more

End of Food

“You don’t need a silver fork to eat good food,” said Paul Prudhomme. Good food leads to a good mood. It can also lead to a healthier lifestyle considering you know what is meant by good food and how to make the right choices. Good food shouldn’t come at a high price making people turn … 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

How is Telemedicine impacting patients and providers?

How is Telemedicine impacting patients and providers? As a fast-growing field in the healthcare sector, telemedicine shows a lot of promise in solving various difficulties that health professionals and patients are facing today. Supplying a range of advantages for both patients and medical providers, it offers: Pros of Telemedicine Adopting the latest telemedicine initiatives can … Read more

What is Sonography?

Sonography is beginning to be an important but great source of technology in the medical field. “Sonography is a diagnostic medical procedure that uses high frequency sound waves to produce dynamic visual images of organs, tissues, or blood flow in the body (Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography).” Sonographers use ultrasounds to monitor many things in … Read more

Review on Depo-Provera injection

Depo-Provera is a brand name for Medroxyprogesterone acetate, a female contraceptive injection that contains progestin hormone. Ideally called the injection or DP, it was approved in 1992 by the Federal Drug Administration as a type of contraception (Shoup, 2012). The progesterone in the infusion is similar to that produced naturally in a woman’s reproductive system. … Read more

"The Good dog foundation"

There is one program I chose to write about and research it is called The Good dog foundation. The Good Dog Foundation is a nonprofit organization that relies heavily on the kindness and generosity of their human and canine volunteers to provide animal-assisted therapy to those in need. The gift of healing and wellness is … Read more

Transgender health disparities

As the literature suggests, there is a dire need for radical change within medical education programs and practices. In order to address the issue of transgender health disparities, medical training and awareness must be improved upon. There is ample evidence indicating that the medical training programs in the U.S. are not even incorporating LGBTQ health … Read more

The differences between nutrient-dense foods and empty-calorie foods and their effects on health

Nutrient dense – rich in nutrients, low in calories-eating a variety of nutrient dense foods allows people to sustain their health and obtain the suggested amount of vitamins, minerals, etc. -rich in healthy fats, complex carbohydrates, vitamins, lean protein, and minerals (“What Does it Mean to Eat Nutrient Dense Foods?”, 2018)-larger portions can be consumed … Read more

What is Biomimetics?

“ Biomimetics is the learning of the structure and function of biological systems as models for the design and engineering of material and machines. In other words, we can say that it is recollection of nature, models, systems, processes and elements to take inspiration from it in order to solve problem faced by human. Biomimetics … Read more

The role of the dietary fiber

Dietary fiber is a type of carbohydrate that can be found in plants. It aids in preventing constipation. Dietary fiber can also help you feel full faster and help with digestion. Another benefit of dietary fiber is the prevention of some chronic diseases, including some cancers and heart disease. There are two types of dietary … Read more


What is Greenwashing? Simply put it is whitewashing, using a green brush. Everyone has heard the expression “whitewashing” which is described as “a coordinated attempt to hide unpleasant facts, especially in a political context.” “Greenwashing” is the same premise, but the context is the environment. When companies spend time and money claiming to be green … Read more

Review Of Smart Meter Data Analytics

With growing populations and economies globally, in addition to climate change impacts to the most vulnerable parts of the world, being able to better quantify, and assess our current electrical consumption will be crucial for our security and long-term sustainability. According to the United Nations latest statistics, half of humanity – 3.5 billion people – … Read more

Development and nutritional analysis of Bael fruit and its diverse recipes

The present research reveals the different uses of fresh Bael fruit pulp in various recipes, which is nutritious and healthy for all age groups. The recipes are entirely vegetarian and are prepared considering the medicinal values of the fruit. Bael tree (aegle marmelos), also known as wood apple, has several other names associated with it … Read more

What Is It To Be A Patient Care Technician

On my first day as a patient care technician, it became overwhelmingly clear just how extensive this job would be. Everything was a new or unknown concept- the employees, the layout of the hospital, the new equipment I would be working with. I was in the surgical intensive care unit shadowing a nurse, because the … Read more

Cayratia trifolia (L.) Domin medicinal uses

Medicinal Uses (Traditional/Folklore): Whole plant is used as diuretic and astringent and is useful in tumors, neuralgia, splenopathy and treatment of leucorrhea. Leaf, root and seeds are used as poultice to ulcers and boils. Fomentation of hot decoction of leaves and root is used as diaphoretic and recommended in high fever. Sap of stems and … Read more

The Comparisons And Contrasts Of Japanese And Filipino Eating Etiquettes

Asian countries are known for their rich culture and traditions. They are still very much connected with their customs that are passed on from previous generations. Although there have been various modern technologies and other development, some traditions are still maintained. Japan is a first world country hence; their cultures are very authentic and preserved. … Read more