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Current Status Of Malaria Vaccinology
Number of words: 2165 - Number of pages: 8

.... a small amount of anticoagulant and haploid sporozoites along with saliva. The sporozoites head directly for the hepatic cells of the liver where they multiply by asexual fission to produce merozoites. These merozoites can now travel one of two paths. They can go to infect more hepatic liver cells or they can attach to and penetrate erytherocytes. When inside the erythrocytes the plasmodium enlarges into uninucleated cells called trophozites The nucleus of this newly formed cell then divides asexually to produce a schizont, which has 6-24 nuclei. Now the multinucleated schizont t .....

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Physician Assisted Suicide Right/Wrong
Number of words: 500 - Number of pages: 2

.... the unlawful killing of others.Besides, the suicides that do occur in the Bible-Samson,Saul and Judas among others-are not described in a disapproving manner. Both Jewish and Christian disapproval of suicide dates from the fourth century AD, late in the development of both religons, and does not derive directly from scripture. Ironically, the Christian Church, encouraged by the arguments of St.Augustine, adopted a strict prohibition against suicide precisely because it had become so popular among Christians. A vogue of suffering,and even collective suicide ,had by then begun to threaten .....

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Number of words: 1686 - Number of pages: 7

.... all people with this illness. Schizophrenia is an extremely complex mental illness. It is clear that schizophrenia is a disease which makes it difficult for the person with the illness to decide what is real and what is not (Swados 5). It is also clear that this brain disease affects normal, intelligent people in all walks of life. There are six concrete phrases that describe schizophrenia: it is a real disease, has concrete and specific symptoms, is different from other mental illnesses, is the result of flaws brain biochemistry, may be treated by specific antipsychotic drugs, and i .....

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Do Men Have Symptoms Of PMS?
Number of words: 595 - Number of pages: 3

.... out, it is due to a hormone-imbalance due to PMS. Some people get food cravings when their hormones are imbalanced. Hormones control when people feel get cravings. Most people crave certain foods. Whether, the chocolate melts in their hands, the toppings are piled on the pizza, or they feel the need to lick the inside of the potato chip bag; people get cravings. Cravings can influence a person's diet. Some people eat healthy foods and exercise. They control their craving and eating habits. Other people give in to their bodies natural cravings. Some men use the excuse that th .....

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Premarital Sex
Number of words: 1203 - Number of pages: 5

.... person who is involved in the sexual relation. Once the respect for your body and your partner's body is lost it makes it easier to do it the next time. Once you have begun to have sex it changes your mind and you begin to feel love as the physical love not the emotional love that God commands us to have. The only time that you get the emotional love that you need is through marriage not through sexual intercourse before marriage. When you wait to have sex you will never have to worry about sexual transmitted diseases that come from having unprotected sex with more than one partner before .....

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Genetics And Heredity
Number of words: 963 - Number of pages: 4

.... from your parents. Your potential is also inherited from your parents. Chromosomes contain the information of a person's potential height, potential strength against disease, and other physical characteristics. A human being has 23 pairs of chromosomes in every cell in his or her body (except reproductive cells). If, during a stage of growth, a fetus somehow loses one of these chromosomes, the baby may die, or have a birth defect. Since this error is written on their genes, they may pass it on to their children, who may or may not have anything wrong with them. The way a person looks, .....

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Hyperkinetic Children
Number of words: 2143 - Number of pages: 8

.... parents rate the onset of abnormal activity in their child when it is and infant or toddler. Abnormal sleep patterns are frequently mentioned, the child objects to taking naps, he also seems to need less sleep, and becomes very stubborn at bedtime. Then, when the child is seemingly exhausted, hyperactive behavior may increase. Family history studies show that hyperactivity, which is more common in boys than in girls, may be a hereditary trait, as are some other traits (reading disabilities or enuresis-bed wetting). Certain predisposing factors affect the mother, and therefore the child, .....

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Two Sides Of The Brain
Number of words: 1107 - Number of pages: 5

.... more to the creative, the intuitive. It is concerned more with the visual and emotional side of life. Most people, if they thought about it, would identify more with their left brain. In fact, many of us think we are our left brains. All of that non-stop verbalization that goes on in our heads is the dominant left brain talking to itself. Our culture- particularly our school system with its emphasis on the three Rs (decidedly left-brain territory) - effectively represses the intuitive and artistic right brain. If you don't believe it, see how far you get at the office wit .....

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Treating Diabetes With Transplanted Cells
Number of words: 428 - Number of pages: 2

.... 400 thousand islets, but they did not produce enough insulin to enable the patients to stop taking injections. In 1990, 145 patients had received islet transplants. In most patients the islets had not been able to control blood sugar levels or had lost some of their activity in the three years. The islets had been performing at maximum capacity and had become exhausted. They decided that is enough islets are supplied they should reverse diabetes permanently. Although technical obstacles remained most of them had to do with the demand of huge numbers of islets. They are testing a me .....

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Ban Smoking
Number of words: 669 - Number of pages: 3

.... to the American public. Commercial products that may be dangerous such as food, cars, and toys have been recalled in order for alterations. In the August 1995 issue of consumer reports, twenty-four products were recalled because of possible dangers to the consumer. These products included a car that may lose a wheel while in motion, a hair dryer that poses a fire hazard, and cookies that can cause an allergic reaction. (Consumer Reports, 500) Yet, the sale of cigarettes, known to be unsafe, has never been prohibited by the government. Why are cigarettes any different from other produ .....

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