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    3-D Printer Essay

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    Although the 3-D printing industry did not see much growth in the first twenty years of its existence, the recently rapid development of the technology has led to breakthroughs within the field of medicine. Old fashioned and impersonal prosthetics are slowly being replaced by custom, innovative replacements. The 3-D printer is an incredibly efficient tool that doctors have begun using to create personalized solutions for problems that the medical field previously had no solutions for. Johnson…

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    Microbiology Lab

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    This parasitology laboratory is providing which type of parasitic infections, and have three ways to diagnosis parasite infection is blood, stool and direct examination of the parasites. There are many type of test do in parasitology laboratory such as blood parasite diagnosis, fecal antigen detection and parasite antibody detection. There are test for find parasites is fecal (stool) examination, this test help the doctor which parasites caused…

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    Flies Carry Habits

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    suspected A group of scientist has recently discovered that flies carry more diseases than suspected. The Bristles in a fly’s body attracts the bacteria from where the flies have been. Flies are able to spread bacteria from place-to-place on their legs, feet, and its wings, experiments have shown. In fact, researchers have discovered that for every step taken with a fly it can transfer live bacteria from place-to-place. Many of the bacteria that flies carry are linked with human infections,…

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    the association of Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor-1(PAI-1)4G/5G polymorphism with oxidative stress markers Malondialdehyde (MDA) and High sensitivity C-reactive protein (hs-CRP), fibrinolysis marker PAI-1and lipid profiles. Subject and Methods: Blood was drawn and DNA extracted from 90 subjects (46 cases and 44 controls). The 4G/5G polymorphism of PAI-1 was amplified using specific primers. Amplified products were visualized by staining with Ethidium bromide after electrophoresis in agarose.…

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    Weakened immune system, this includes people who take medications (steroid drugs and anti-cancer drugs) that weaken the immune system and people with HIV, AIDS, or cancer. Drug abuse as well as excessive alcohol consumption and smoking. Certain medical conditions such as Asthma, cystic fibrosis, diabetes, and heart failure all…

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    How Can it Help You XYZ? If you experience digestive problems, autoimmune illness, or chronic allergies, you might be familiar with research on the health benefits of bone broth and its potential to offer relief. Bone broth has been a staple of the human diet for thousands of years. And, it is among the most nutrient-rich healing foods you can consume. Bone broth is made from animal parts that are often thrown away (at least in modern times). These include bones and marrow, connective tissues…

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    According to Kindig and Stoddart, population health model creates the knowledge and solutions of health differences among different groups. The determinants of health are to explore the distribution of health in different groups to conclude the good or poor outcomes (kindig & Stoddart, 2003). The multiple determinants of health derived from five domains such as the social and economic environment, the physical environment, genetics, medical care, and behavior related health. In book of Jonas and…

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    Chupacabra Research Paper

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    of legend, start somewhere. The legend of the Chupacabra comes from Latin cultures, mainly Puerto Rico, where it was first sited back in 1955 by locals. The locals were experiencing strange live stock mutilations mostly goats found with all their blood drained. In the 1970’s people all over South America started experiencing this same vampiric style killings of their live stalk and people began to see the creature in these areas. The stories, mutilations, and sightings migrated north to our very…

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    Two Types Of Stress

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    varies among different genders, age groups and certain…

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    AIDS In South Africa

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    AIDS in South Africa AIDS is a relatively new disease that emerged in the 20th century. It has spread to all parts of the world and claims millions of lives each year. It has become a worldwide concern. It has believed to have originated in Africa and had prevailed over the continent ever since . In recent years one of the countries that has been impacted the most is South Africa. South Africa is one of the most developed countries on the continent and yet the county is plagued by AIDS.…

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