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    Robo-Life Life, who can really define life? Life can be interpreted in many different ways, happy, sad, joyful, spiritual, etc. Life is when an elderly is breathing his last breath, that’s the sad truth of life. Life is seeing a child being born, but does life really start when the child is born or before? Many people have different opinions on that subject, but one truth is that once the embryo is formed in a mother 's womb and no action has been taken to stop the formation of the embryo, life…

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    All living organisms, including humans, reproduce to ensure the survival of their species. The male and female reproductive systems are essential for reproduction. The main purpose of the male reproductive system is to produce and deliver sperm into the female reproductive system. The main purpose of the female reproductive system is to produce egg cells and to nurture a fertilized egg so it is able to develop into a fetus. The male and female reproductive systems are distinct from one another…

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    menstrual period and is typically caused by your ovaries no longer releasing an egg every month. Women are born with a certain number of eggs, which are stored in the ovaries. Ovaries create estrogen and progesterone, helping to manage menstruation and ovulation. It can also be triggered early due to damage to your ovaries through surgery such as a hysterectomy or treatment such as chemotherapy. Menopause notes the end of your menstrual cycles…

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    The reading, Pregnancy after Age 35 by Dominique Roe-Sepowitz, details the personal accounts of a happily married couple and their struggles with pregnancy. The wife and her husband had everything in place and followed all recommendations and advice for how to get pregnant efficiently and effectively. They did not rush their decision to get pregnant and decided to pursue their careers and accomplish personal goals in their professions prior to having a child. They both had secure, well-paying…

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    by killing off offspring that were fathered by other males. After a female primate loses an infant, she is no longer in estrus. Estrus, in female mammals, is the time period when female primates are more likely to conceive, and it correlates with ovulation in humans. (Jurmain, Robert, Lynn, Kilgore, and Wenda Trevathan, 2013) When…

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    lining of the abdomen, lining of the bowel and bladder, lymph nodes, lungs, and liver.[4][5] The risk of ovarian cancer increases in women who have ovulated more over their lifetime. This includes those who have never had children, those who begin ovulation at a younger age or reach menopause at an older age.[6] Other risk…

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    Birth Control Birth control is used to prevent or delay a pregnancy. There are several different methods of birth control available. Some methods contain hormones, require a prescription, involve surgery, or may even be free of cost. Deciding which birth control to use is an individual choice which can change depending on one’s religion, age, side effects, personal finances, or the desired family size. Having some knowledge about each method can help narrow the options. With the help of the…

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    hormone, while testosterone is for the male. Among its many effects in the body, estrogen is mainly released during puberty to initiate development of female secondary sex features (e.g. breast, pubic hair) and progesterone is highly active during ovulation to help thicken the uterus lining in preparation for pregnancy. Thymopoietin is the hormone released by the thymus to stimulate the growth of T-lymphocyte cells and the melatonin hormone is produced by the pineal gland to help control the…

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    Birth Control Savior About half the pregnancies in the united states of america are accidental with inconsistent us and non use of birth control being the leading causes for women. Statistics show that teen pregnancy rates have dropped 79% lower that than of other foreign countries, such as Europe and Australia. Since birth control has been with the rising rate of raising teen pregnancy in to public schools systems their should be some kind of prevention stepping in public schools benefits…

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    Prostaglandins are one group of eicosanoids. They are unsaturated fatty acids derivatives that are involved in the contraction of smooth muscle, the control of homeostatic activities such as, inflammation and body temperature, and many more functions of the body. Prostaglandins are derived from arachidonic acid. The formation of the both the arachidonic acid, then prostaglandin molecules begins with a stimulus to a cell, that activates a membrane enzyme called phospholipase A2. The arachidonic…

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