Imagine you are getting muscle pain, vomiting, weak, fever, and headache and you’re wondering what’s wrong with you. Well, that’s what Ebola is. Ebola can be very dangerous disease to have and it happen in Africa where they mostly have mosquitoes and many other viruses. . Ebola can cause disease in humans and nonhuman primates. … Continue reading The effects and causes of Ebola
If you’re an athlete more isn’t always a good for your body. Overtraining is a common accurance in young athletes. When you overtrain you are more at risk for overuse injuries and/or a burnout. An overuse injury can cause damage to a bone, muscle, ligament, or tendon due to repetitive stress without allowing time for … Continue reading Could you be at risk for an overtraining injury?
Ebola’s recent popularity and attention was brought on by the disease becoming more rapidly infectious in western Africa and contaminating Americans returning to the United States. The virus’ effects on the body and its course of infection are intriguing aspects of its nature. As well as the development and origins of the treatment produced by the … Continue reading Ebola, Not Just Social Media Hype
Ocean pollution is a big problem that is affecting the entire world. There is a thought among some that because oceans are vast a deep that pollution won’t affect them. Many think pollution is just trash, but it’s chemicals too. There are different kinds of ocean pollution and some things you wouldn’t expect to be considered pollution. Sunscreen is a huge … Continue reading Ocean Pollution
Oil pollution has a large impact on dolphins. The oil spill that raged through the Gulf of Mexico back in 2010 still affects dolphins today. Dolphins do not deserve to go through this suffrage. Dolphins are not the only marine life being affected, but they do play a huge role in the outcome of oil … Continue reading Oil Pollution Affecting Dolphins
EHD is a virus that is transmitted to deer to deer by small biting flies. It is usually reported late summer or early fall. When the first frost comes the HD will die and come back when the weather gets warmer. Early stages of HD they may appear lethargic or unresponsive to humans. The longer … Continue reading Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease; Killing Herds of Deer
Marijuana, also known as cannabis, is a preparation of the Cannabis plant intended for use as a profound or significant effect on mental processes. Cannabis history of medical use as a pain reliever is very long. A main ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinol was discovered in the 1960s, and the process of cannabinoid ligands and receptors were discovered … Continue reading The Understanding of Medical Marijuana; Is it actually safe?
Worldwide, nearly 44 million people have Alzheimer’s or a related dementia. But, only one in four people with Alzheimer’s disease have been diagnosed. Organizations like the Alzheimer’s Association strive for a cure every day. They have had advances in brain imaging, boosting brain cell communicating, and have never been so hopeful in finding a cure. … Continue reading Recent Alzheimer’s Research
The occurrence of kidney stones in the bodies of people in the world has sky rocketed throughout the recent years. Just in the United States, an estimated 1 million people are experiencing these in just a year’s time. These stones are usually no bigger than a grain of rice, but some are known to grow a few … Continue reading Attack of the Kidney Stones
Conjoined twins are sets of identical twins that are physically connected. Conjoined twins begin as a single fertilized egg, usually this egg will develop into one baby, but sometimes this egg will divide in half, resulting in a set of identical twins. The cause of conjoined twins is when the fertilized egg is dividing, but … Continue reading Separating The Truth of Conjoined Twins