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  • Vaccine Coverage

    (ABS, 2006). However, there are 22.6 million infants that are at risk of not survive past childhood as they cannot access vaccination. Immunization plays a crucial part in strengthening the immunity of young children as they usually have weak immune systems. Also, some immunizations usually provide a lifelong protecting against the disease targeted. The vaccine coverage depend on the type of vaccine offered; some vaccines that are less popular to the care givers are usually less covered compared…

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  • Parents Should Receive Vaccines

    Vaccines have been around since the beginning of the 19th century. Ever since their introduction, there has been skepticism about whether they are safe and effective. There are many reasons why some parents are choosing to opt out of certain vaccines, most of which are due to misinformation given to the public. The big question for all parents comes down to whether or not their child should be vaccinated. Healthcare professionals do their best to explain the benefits of receiving vaccinations at…

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  • Four Layers Of The Atmosphere Research Paper

    The atmosphere is a clear odourless gas that envelopes the Earth, held together by gravity. Everyone on the planet has the right and access to the atmosphere, making it a global common. There are many components that make up the atmosphere, the main components is nitrogen, which makes up 78.09% of the atmosphere, and oxygen, which makes up 20.95%. Around 1% of the atmosphere is comprised of water vapour, methane, carbon dioxide, sulphur, argon and particulates (e.g. dust). There are a total of…

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  • 'A Case Report: An Aesthetic Nasal Conformer'

    Manuscript Title:An aesthetic nasal conformer – a case report Corresponding author GunjanSingh Aswal MDS Assistant lecturer Department of restorative dentistry Libyan international medical university Benghazi, Libya Email id – aswallibya@gmail.com Mob no +91 9980744211 Second author Dr Shashi Kiran Mohan Ram MDS Senior lecturer Department of oral medicine and radiology Dayanadasagarcollege of dental sciences Bangalore Email id – drshashikiranm@yahoo.com Third author Dr Selvakumar MDS…

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  • Omnitrope HGH Injections

    Sandoz Omnitrope® HGH for Sale - Buy Human Growth Hormone Injections with a Licensed Medical Physician's Prescription All about Human Growth Hormone or HGH HGH is produced by pituitary gland that plays a vital role in growth and development in humans. HGH helps in regulating body fluids, body composition and muscle and bone growth and even fat metabolism and possibly heart function. However several factors can affect the production of HGH in the body which causes the pituitary gland to produce…

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  • Vitamin E Benefits

    Vitamin E is key for strong immunity and healthy skin and eyes. In recent years, vitamin E supplements have become popular as antioxidants. These are substances that protect cells from damage. However, the risks and benefits of taking vitamin E supplements are still unclear. Vitamin E benefits the body by acting as an antioxidant and protecting vitamins A and C, red blood cells, and essential fatty acids from destruction. Research from decades ago suggested that taking antioxidant supplements,…

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  • Toxicity In The Human Body

    The human body is made up of chemicals and it interacts with a variety of chemicals made by man as well as nature. The body has a capacity to metabolise all chemicals, and beyond that they will cause toxicity. Toxicity in the body can be of any reason. Since the curry leaf contain variety of chemicals these is possibly of toxicity by consuming for a long period. The liver is a vital organ of metabolism. Liver plays a major role in detoxification and is generally the major site for intense…

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  • Henrietta Lacks Research Papers

    The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks Rebecca Skloot, Award-Winning Science Writer Harland Howell II 11/16/2017 Northeast Mississippi Community College Dr. Tabatha Perrigo (Psychology) Abstract Overall, medicinal research made an intriguing breakthrough over than 50 years ago by obtaining tissue samples and cells from a patient that changed the medical world drastically. Cancer of course was and still is an occurring issue today in society but prior to the past, there was more of an epidemic…

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  • Assignment 3: Epidemiology Essay

    e Three - Research and draft 1 Question 1 1.1) Give a possible diagnose and name the etiological agent involved. Schistosomiasis caused by Schistosoma haematobium. 1.2) Name the intermediate and definite host of this particular parasites mentioned in 1.1 Intermediate host - Freshwater snails Definite host - Humans, primates (Tierney et al., 2007) 1.3) Discuss the life cycle of this parasite mentioned in 1.1. According to Weerakoon et al.(2015), the schistosome parasite has a life cycle…

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  • Big White Pig Regressions

    Genetic parameters were estimated using B-spline functions in random regression models for weight of Large White pigs measured between the 3rd and 36th week of age. The model accounted for contemporary groups, parity and sex as fixed effects while random effects modelled were; animal genetic effect, permanent environmental effect and maternal genetic effect along with heterogeneous residual variances. Heritability estimates decreased with age from 0.37 at 3 weeks to 0.27 at 36 weeks. Weight…

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