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Safety of H1N1 Influenza Mist & Injected Vaccine: Two Types of Swine Flu Vaccination Formulas, Spray vs. Injectiion

The new H1N1 swine flu vaccines will soon be available. Are they safe? Which formulation is better? Here is what the infectious disease experts are saying. 417 more words

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Fundamentals of Chemistry Lecture 2

Fundamentals of Chemistry Lecture 2

Chapter 1

FUNDAMENTALS OF CHEMISTRY LECTURE 2

Branches of Chemistry

1.      Physical Chemistry

The branch of Chemistry that deals with the laws and theories to understand the structure and changes of matter is called Physical Chemistry. 664 more words

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Human Evolution Since Modern Man: Larger Populations Evolve Technology Faster

Animal evolution involves genetic change, and this is how modern humans evolved from their ancestors. These modern humans appeared around 20,000 years ago, and, according to recent research subsequent changes owe more to cultural transmission than any biological changes. 525 more words

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The Milgram Experiment: When Does Obeying Authority Become Unethical?

HydroKlebsiella bacteria in gut biofilms produce hydrogen gas that powers the electron transport chains of stomach Helicobacter implicated in gastric ulcers and cancer.

Helicobacterpylori (Hp) is a bacterial pathogen of the stomach that can cause ulcers and cancer. 656 more words

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Using measurements and models to build a better picture of Arctic methane emissions

Title: Detectability of Arctic methane sources at six sites performing continuous atmospheric measurements

Authors: Thibaud Thonat, Marielle Saunois, Philippe Bousquet, Isabelle Pison, Zeli Tan, Qianlai Zhuang, Patrick M. 736 more words

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Cell Membranes and the Phospholipid Bilayer: The Structure and Function of the Plasma Membrane

The phospholipid bilayer of the cell membrane protects the cell, provides structural support and controls the flow of molecules into and out of the cell. 460 more words

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Epigenetics as an Inheritance Mechanism: The Roles of Epigenetics in Heredity and Normal Functioning

The genetic code of each and every individual organism can tell a lot about its ancestors, some basic characteristics and biases toward potential diseases. However, there are differences between individuals and species that are not recorded in the 4-letter genetic code but in its packaging and handling. 732 more words

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