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Albinism
Words: 437 / Pages: 2

.... OA chromosome X You can find this information at http://www.cbc.umn.edu/tad/genes.htm * The above information is from the website http://www.albinism.org./report.html There are many symptoms to the genetic disorder known as Albinism. One symptom is a lighter skin color. If an African person has the disease they might appear to be white. Another symptom is pinkness to the eyes. This pinkness can cause poor vision and even blindness. White hair is also a sign of Albinism. Due to the non-pigmentation of the skin, hair, and eyes Albino’s are very sensitive to light and the sun. There are many ways to help an albino through life but no .....


Ebola And Marburg Viruses
Words: 606 / Pages: 3

.... viruses. Gene spent many years in Central Africa looking for these viruses. After digging up virtually every piece of land in Central Africa, Gene Johnson wound up without a single case or report of a virus. A man by the name of Charles Monet and a young boy referred to in this book as Peter Cardinal both contracted the same level 4 hot virus. There is only one connection between Charles and Peter. "The paths of Charles Monet and Peter Cardinal had crossed at only one place on earth, and that was inside Kitum Cave." (pg. 140 - Cardinal). Kitum Cave is where the virus is expected to be living or where the history of the Ebola virus lays .....


Sleep Apnea
Words: 1272 / Pages: 5

.... about things that affect sleep. In Dr. Regestein notes, he spoke of experiments that were performed by researchers. The researchers he spoke of would destroy specific brain structures of a lab animal and then note how the animal slept. For instances, in one lab animal the researcher cut through the axis of the brain at one level, which would prevented the animal from awakening; showing that brain structures below the level of the cut were responsible for awakening the lab animal. The American Sleep Disorders Association (ASDA), Association for the Psychophysiological Study of Sleep (APSS), Association of Sleep Disorder Centers (ASDC) .....


Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Words: 1852 / Pages: 7

.... educational needs. To sum up the article, this quote is a valuable one to remember in regard to FAS, "A child hurt in utero is not just a damaged baby, but a damaged human for the rest of their lives." Black, Susan. 1993. "Born At Risk". Executive Educator. pp 30-31. This article contained shocking descriptions from delivery room doctors and nurses concerning babies born with FAS. Because alcohol drunk by a pregnant mother passes through her bloodstream to the placenta and into the baby's bloodstream, and the fetal metabolism is fifty percent slower than the mother's, the effects of the alcohol stay with the baby long after it does with the mo .....


Is Psychology A Science?
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.... study is a valid way of coming to an understanding of life, and can be very useful in every area of life. Science develops theories based on what is observed. It examines each theory with rigorous and scrupulous tests to see if it describes reality. The scientific method works well in observing and recording physical data and in reaching conclusions which either confirm or nullify a theory. During the mid-19th century, scholars (although at that time probably termed philosophers) wanted to study human nature with the aim of applying the scientific method to observe, record, and treat human behavior that was deemed as unnatural. They believed that .....


Euthanasia
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.... The world needs everyone1s power and contribution. It1s the power and energy of the elderly, and the strength and will of the ill, that give the world life. The light has become very dim with the crime and corruption in today1s world, we can1t afford to throw lives away because some think they1re meaningless. If we continue to accept the merciless killings and suicides of the helpless but powerful, the light will soon burn out. There will be no energy in the world. Euthanasia and doctor-assisted suicide should not be accepted or allowed by the government and people of the United States. Statistics show that seventy-three percent of the .....


Ritalin
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.... It is supplied in 5 mg., 10 mg., and 20 mg. tablets, and in a sustained release form, Ritalin SR, in 20 mg. tablets. It is readily water soluble and is intended for oral use. It is a Schedule II Controlled Substance under both the Federal and Vermont Controlled Substance Acts. Ritalin is primarily used in the treatment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) (Bailey 1995). ADHD is a condition most likely based in an inefficiency and inadequacy of Dopamine and Norepinephrine hormone availability, typically occurring when a person with ADHD tries to concentrate. Ritalin improves the efficiency of the hormones Dopamine and Norepi .....


Woman's Right To Choose
Words: 374 / Pages: 2

.... child also suffers. Most of the time the mother of the unwanted child is very young and inexperienced or too poor to take care of the child. The child is usually malnourished, has no medical care, and gets very little attention or love. The foster care system isn't any better. Only a small percentage of the children are adopted by suitable parents. But the rest remain in the foster care system, where there is little or no personal care. In both cases, the child has a poor education because of the lack of attention and discipline. He grows up to be unproductive individual or a menace to society. Many get involved in drugs and crimes. These i .....


Abortion
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.... a means of birth control should be illegal. These babies that are being killed are not just worthless fetuses. They are tiny little humans beings. A tiny six week old unborn baby has forty six chromosomes in every cell which is the scientifically verifiable human genetic code and he has brain waves that can be measured. The end of human life can be defined as the moment when brain waves cease but many ignore the scientific evidence of brain waves in unborn babies. As small as seven weeks old a baby can swim freely in the amniotic sack. At nine weeks, the baby is extremely active and begins swallowing. When the baby is ten to eleven weeks old he is s .....


Mad Cow Disease
Words: 1987 / Pages: 8

.... burger at their favourite fast-food restaurant. In this essay I will discuss BSE and other forms of Spongiform encephalopathies, how it affects the ani mal, what causes the animals to contract the disease, and the recent issues of BSE in the world. I hope to set out the true facts about BSE and that it only affects a small percent of the world population. Due to the fact BSE is a new disease most of my information might be proven wrong in the future because there is a great deal of testing going on in the scientific community. They are also very concerned about this new disease and the effects it can have on humans if it is not stopped. Bovine s .....



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