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EEG and Brain Activity: An Accurate or Inaccurate Tool for Measurement?

Sciencedaily.com shared a study entitled, “Coma: Researchers Observe Never-Before Detected Brain Activity”. In this article, researchers discuss a new way to determine brain activity in comatose patients. The information provided in the study has the potential to change how brain … Continue reading

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Brain Damage: Possibility of Treatment for an Untreatable Injury

Brain injury affects millions of people around the world. According to research, “head injury is the leading cause of death and disability in people under the age of 45”, (Compos-Pires, et al., 2014). The majority of these head injuries happen … Continue reading

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Heart Disease and Fatty Acids: Harmful or Helpful?

Heart disease is a problem that effects as many as 20% of Americans. This indicates that 1 in 5 adults will develop heart disease during their lifetime, (Tokede, et al., 2013). To reduce these risks, researchers continue study the relationship … Continue reading

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Understanding Cellular Biology of Inflammation

Inflammation is a natural response to the body’s immune system. It results from damage to body tissue, weather hit, punctured, or suffering from internal damage.  Inflammation is most associated with the swelling occurs as a result. For this reason, inflammation … Continue reading

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The Lymphatic System: An Introduction

The lymphatic system is a network of vessels found throughout the body. A system that works to drain excess and unnecessary fluid from tissues, the Lymphatic system is an essential function for human life. The system works to provide a … Continue reading

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