Month: July 2019

Sepsis is a life-threatening condition that occurs when the body’s immune response to infection spirals out of control. Bacteria in the bloodstream trigger immune cells to release powerful molecules called cytokines to quickly activate the body’s defenses. Sometimes the response goes overboard, creating a so-called “cytokine storm” that leaves people feverish or chilled, disoriented and
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What Is The Montessori Method? » This article may include advertisements, paid product features, affiliate links and other forms of sponsorship. Education is not a one type fits all. There are various ways of teaching children and one of them is the Montessori method created by Dr. Maria Montessori. This method is characterized by providing
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Photo: iStockphoto When Sandra Williams’* son was born, she and her husband both immediately noticed something looked different about his penis. “When I saw him pee, it was coming out from a different spot than it was supposed to,” says Williams, noting the urethra opening seemed to be at the bottom of the head, rather
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Image: Shutterstock The Arabic surnames come from the place, tribe, clan, or region the family originated from. They are also influenced by the minority the family belongs to. Most Arabic last names start with Al-, which basically means, The-. Example: Al-Saud, i.e., The Saud family. In some Arabic speaking nations like Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon,
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How To Decide Between Homeschool Vs Public School Making the decision between homeschool vs. public school can be tough for many families. Many parents see the pros and cons of both and have trouble deciding on the best choice for their family. Like any major decision, doing your research can help make the right choice
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A phase I clinical trial is the first research monitored by the Food and Drug Administration that demonstrates the potential of regenerative therapy for hypoplastic left heart syndrome (HLHS) through collecting, processing and injecting an infant’s own stem cells directly into the heart at the time of surgery. A paper detailing the clinical trial was
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Like overpacked suitcases unloaded from the underbelly of a jet, molecular satchels called exosomes are continuously deployed from all cells in the body—each one brimming with an assortment of contents that another cell may unpack and use. By sending off these biological parcels, cells communicate with each other via shared proteins and genetic material. Once
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