Medical Articles

The Aseptic Technique

Aseptic technique is a technique that is used to prevent or minimize risk of introducing harmful microorganisms into a sterile area of the body during procedures that breach the body’s natural defenses. The basic aim of the aseptic technique is to prevent a wound and other susceptible body sites from getting contaminated as this can…

Eight Sources Of Inspiration In Life

Life sucks from the pressures and pains of the daily chorus. It’s our attitude that matters most in handling them. A positive approach to treating the hardships and pleasures equally needs to be cultivated. There are many things to make our spirit soar and enable us to live happily. The major sources of inspiration are…

Heterotopic Pregnancy and IVF

Heterotopic pregnancy is a type of multiple pregnancy in which one embryo is implanted in the uterus as it is supposed to be, while another is implanted elsewhere like the fallopian tubes. This is similar to ectopic pregnancy, which describes pregnancy implanted elsewhere besides the uterus, but with heterotopic pregnancy, a viable pregnancy is also…

Signs, Symptoms and Treatment of Breast Cancer

The human body is composed of millions of living cells. And these normal cells follow a certain pattern; normal body cells grow, divide and die in the right time. During in your teens your cells divide faster letting your grow but when you turn adult, it just divides to replace worn-out or dying cells. Cancer…

6 Parenting Tips on Special Education Law and Transportation

Are you the parent of a child with autism or a physical disability that needs transportation? Do you wonder what the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) states is the schools responsibility, to provide transportation for your child? This article will discuss what IDEA requires as far as transportation for your child with a disability.…

What Is African Black Soap?

Africa’s Best Kept Beauty Secret or should I say secrets are not just limited to Shea butter. What is the other secret you may ask? The Ghanaians of West Africa refer to this product as Anago soap or Alata Simena; the Nigerians refer to it as Dudu-Osun. Everywhere else it is referred to as African…

Bronchitis and Natural Cures

Homeopathic remedies are claimed by many to be better than medical science if only through their claim of being Natural. Take for example homeopathy. Homeopathic medicine was founded in the late 18th century and is based on using diluted substances from various animals’ minerals and plans. The remedies are designed to match different symptoms of…

Conductivity Micro-Structure During Electrical Spin Injection

Junction resistance of a mutually polarized negative spin injection can be simplified to a semi-infinite conductor junction if the tunnel contact interface has a conductivity mismatch. The simplification begins by equating non-equilibrium electron concentrations through spin contacts at the Fermi level. The spin contacts have a derived electrical inference structure relative to their decay constants.…

Broken Leg

Your leg contains 4 bones (the femur, the patella, the tibia, and the fibula) and bends at the hip, the knee, and the ankle. An accident can cause any of these bones to fracture (break) into two or more pieces. A broken bone that is exposed to the outside by a cut or if the…

Hip Fractures in the Elderly

Hip fractures are quite common in people who are over 65 years of age, although it can happen at any stage of life. The biggest risk factor for hip fracture is the old age. Loss of bone density is the main reason for fractures. The bones become weak and fragile and, therefore, are prone to…

Cerebral Palsy Training – Feeding and Nutrition

Children suffering from the cerebral palsy condition have a number of neurological disorders that will affect the coordination of muscles. Though the condition cannot get worse over time, it affects the child all his life. Children suffer from problems in movement, balance and posture. In addition, the disorder makes it tough to eat. This means…

Botox Versus Invasive Aesthetic Surgery

Botox has become so popular that it is not necessary to insist on using this wonderful tool for correcting the signs of aging. Its name comes from “botulinum toxina” which in its normal concentration is a poison, but which has been used for the past 25 years in neurology at a dosage of up to…

Types of Kidney Disease

Our kidneys are very important to us. Without actively functioning kidneys, the presence of kidney disease can be devastating for a person. In the worst case scenario, an individual will need to be on dialysis or receive a kidney transplant to replace the diseased kidneys. There are several different types of kidney disease, some of…

Her Most Famous Painting (The Roots) – Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo, born on July 6, 1907, was an incredibly strong woman and an internationally recognized Mexican painter. She was married to a Mexican painter Diego Rivera, whose artistry she admired. Her work used to carry a competent blend of the Mexican and European cultures. Most of her paintings were self-portraits (55 out of 143),…