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    Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome: Sex and Genetics When an individual is born they are usually given a gender of either male of female depending on their genitals and continue to develop that way throughout their life. For some people, their gender is not so easily decided for them. There have been several cases where individuals have been born with both parts or have developed both sexual parts as they grew up. At an early age certain individuals have to choose what to identify as due to a genetic defect known as androgen insensitivity syndrome. “Androgen insensitivity syndrome (AIS) is a condition that affects sexual development before birth and during puberty” (Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome 2008). AIS is known by several names this includes…

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    Analysis of Hines et al 2003 Study on CAIS Complete Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome is a disorder that comes from defects in the androgen receptor gene (Hines, et al 2003). This causes the external genitalia to be female at birth with underdeveloped internal genitalia (Hines, Ahmed, Hughes 93). Since the genitalia are female appear female, most people with this disorder are pronounce female at birth and are thus raised as females. In fact, people with this disorder are more feminine at puberty…

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    What Causes Pcos

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    What happens in PCOS? Hormones trigger a wide range of procedures, including development and production of energy. Generally, the main work of a hormone is to signal the arrival of another hormone. For some unknown reasons that haven’t been understood by scientists, the hormones become unbalanced in PCOS. The change in one hormone starts a change in another and the process goes on. For example: • The sex hormones become unbalanced. Usually, the ovaries also produce a very smallamount of…

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    more than sufficient to achieve great results. Some take advantage of the very low price of Omnadren (Europe) and take excessively large amounts. Beyond 750mg or 1000mg weekly added side effects will no doubt be greatly outweighing growth, so there is usually little need for such excess. With this drug we really don't want to mistake water bloat for muscle growth. And while a number of adventurous women do experiment with testosterone products, Omnadren is probably not a good choice. The long…

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    The aim of this paper was to find a correlation between elevated levels of testosterone and prostate cancer. The rationale behind this is testosterone is needed for the formation of the prostate. Elevated level are need for adolescent males can form their reproductive system, in which the prostate is included. Also the formation of the adrenal gland is important because testosterone is an androgen that is made it the adrenal gland after puberty. Therefore, some scientists believe that there is a…

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    Steroids In Sports

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    One of the most broadly discussed and notorious areas of human presentation and performance, concerns the use of steroid supplements to boost the physical ability of a person for an assortment of sports that range from bicycling all the way to basketball. There is verification that some people (athletes, to be more specific) have attempted to improve their performance by using steroids since the 1950’s, but whether, and in which types of sports, steroids are in fact successful remains…

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    Anabolic Steroid Use

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    Steroid use: Androgen and anabolic steroids have a few uses that include medical uses and a use of gaining an competitive edge in a lot of sports. There are also great medical uses for androgens and anabolic steroids but in turn there are also horrible side effects. Some athletes use steroids to build muscle and enhance performance. Anabolic steroids are illegal and prohibited, both in competition in collegiate and professional sports. Anabolic steroid use is also prohibited by the International…

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    Red Belly

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    Both of these traits were suppressed by castration and stimulated by 11 KA, a hormone that is a non-aromatisable androgen. Levels of lws mRNA were higher in sexually mature than immature male and female sticklebacks. Additionally, long day photoperiods did not increase lws mRNA levels in castrated males, but the androgen treatment had a distinct stimulatory effect on both lws mRNA and ERG red light sensitivity in castrated males. Based on the ERG results of this experiment, short photoperiod…

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    workouts. Eventually I got injured again and missed most of my first college football season. Steroids just aren’t worth the temporary boost.” (Anonymous, 2016). Stories like this are becoming more and more commonplace. The use of doping agents such as anabolic androgenic steroids (AAS) is no longer just used by professional athletes, it has become a public health concern involving misuse in sports and society (The Lancet, 2008, p. 1872). …

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    Essay On Promiscuity

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    2:D 4:D , research about unfaithfulness promiscuity and prostate cancer, Study on promiscuity and androgens, Can you predict promiscuity by looking at fingers? Discussion and a conclusion Key words , androgens, digit ratio 2:D 4:D Describing digit ratio 2:D 4:D In July 1930 a man by the name of Ruggles George conducted a study about measuring the index fingers and ring fingers of 620 participants 402 were males and 218…

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