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Day 6: Tonic Clonic Seizures

Tonic clonic, perhaps the type most people think of when they hear the word ‘seizure’.

Also known as ‘grand mal’, these involve the entire body during the convulsive state.   372 more words

Day 2: Febrile Seizures

Whilst not necessarily associated with epilepsy, febrile seizures are more often found in very young children between the ages of six months to five years.  The trigger for these seizures tends to be a fever of 101° F (38.3° C) or more. 139 more words


The action mechanism of caffeine, whether positive or negative influence on the organism, what is effect on physical activity, and a couple of interesting questions, we will discuss in the following text . 431 more words


How muscles contract

Are you an MMA fighter or coach who wants to learn more about human physiology? Enhance your knowledge and performance with this lesson on muscle contraction. 35 more words

Muscle Contraction


Imagine a supplement that lets your muscles absorb more nutrients and water that in turn increase the ATP of the muscle, so you have more energy and power during your workout? 333 more words


Beta Alanine

Building blocks of protein. Sounds good right? You definitely want to add those to a diet aimed at building muscle. Start with beta-alanine. Although a non-essential amino acid, capable of being produced and synthesized by the body, supplementing beta-alanine in your diet directly results in increase athletic performance and enhanced muscle growth. 404 more words


University of Tokyo Researchers Develop Electricity-Conducting Ink

Jun Hongo reports: Researchers at the University of Tokyo said they have created a new electricity-conducting ink with high elasticity which can be used to print circuits on textile. 267 more words

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