Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live in a world without color? That is what happened to my grandpa after he suffered from a stroke in 1993. He was only 57 years old. It was a cold winter day in December when he began to feel very dizzy and confused. These … Continue reading Dangers of Strokes
Cystic Fibrosis is a very rare but very life threatening disease. I decided to research more about this disease because of a book that I had read. One of the main characters in this book had Cystic Fibrosis which made me want to learn more. Another reason that this disease interested me was because of … Continue reading Can you still get Cystic Fibrosis as a teen?
Proper nutrition and maintaining a well-balanced diet is a very important aspect of running. If you’re going to devote your time and energy into this endeavor, you might as well do it properly, right? That’s the main reason why I chose to blog and do further research into this topic. If you may not have … Continue reading Fuel up and Run!
Bone man syndrome is a rare disorder when a person’s muscle tissue and connective tissues like ligaments and tendons are replace by bone over time. You may think this just a nightmare or a myth but it is estimate to affect one person out of two-million. Not many of these cases have been reported, in … Continue reading The Living Skeleton Disease
This fatal disease slowly shuts down every nerve and muscle in your body, progressively makes you disabled. This topic interested me by My Great Aunt being diagnosed with this. I started helping her with everyday things like cooking, cleaning, and making supper. Those things got harder and harder for her as everyday went by. To … Continue reading Lou Gehrig’s Disease
Imagine a perfect world, where there are no diseases, cancer, or threats to health. It seems like a work of science fiction, or a concept very far out of reach. Reach again, because the idea is closer than you think. These things could very much so be true, it’s called genetic engineering, and it would be a game … Continue reading Human Genetics, Dangerous, or Destiny?
Have you ever heard of any type of eye surgery? Do you know someone who has had eye surgery? Well it turns out that there are TONS of different types of eye surgery. The most commonly thought of one is LASIK eye surgery. I will later on in this blog thoroughly explain what that is … Continue reading Why Can’t I See?!
Polar bears live in then polar north in areas where they can hunt seals. Polar bears are found in the U.S., Russia, Greenland, Canada, and Norway. Scientists have found that there are 19 populations of polar bears living in different regions in the North Arctic. Polar bears have a thick coat of insulated fur which … Continue reading Polar bears going extinct?
Dancers are recognized as being in good shape and being flexible. Dance is a good work out and offers many health benefits. Dance can also not be good for your body if it is done too much or done incorrectly. I am a dancer and I dance 5-6 days a week for 4-6 hours at … Continue reading How does dance affect the body?
Memory. One word. Three syllables. A whole range of meanings from the recollection of past events to a simple flashback. It is in all things but where is it stored, what research is being done, what does it look like? Let’s explore this deeply vast topic together. It all starts with a definition. Memory is … Continue reading What Can You Remember?