... common are (1) health screening, (2) detection of hyperglycemia when a doctor
is investigating a complication of longstanding, unrecognized diabetes, ... These results are especially useful for the diabetic to present to their doctor
or physician in the monitoring and control of the disease. Failure to ...
... 12 essential mineral elements of which the body is both composed and requires for life. Schuessler was a German Scientist, homoeopath and Medical doctor
who lived in Oldenburg Germany ( 1821 - 1898 )and considered the father of Biochemistry having worked with many such as Rudolf Virchow (cellular ...
Full blood count
... A full blood count ( FBC ) or complete blood count ( CBC ) is a test requested by a doctor
or other medical professional that gives information about the cells in a patient's blood.
... causing highly variable degrees of learning difficulties and physical disabilities . It is named for John Langdon-Down , the British doctor
who first described it.
2 Medical research
3 Down syndrome's sociology
... Edward Jenner
Edward Jenner ( May 17 , 1749 - January 26 , 1823 ) was an English country doctor
practicing in Berkeley, Gloucestershire , England , famous for his work introducing the Smallpox vaccine .
Jenner's early education included ...
... in 1988 .
The first American to be convicted was Tommie Lee Andrews in 1989 .
In 1992 , DNA evidence was used to prove that Nazi doctor
Josef Mengele was buried in Brazil as Wolfgang Gerhard.
The science was made famous in the United States in 1994 when prosecutors heavily ...
... load by several orders of magnitude thus helping a body's immune system clear the infection. Treatment strategies should be individualized by a doctor
and patient. Considerations include the risks associated with each treatment, a person's likelihood of clearing the virus with treatment, a person's ...
... gargoyle looking creature, who is the nemesis of Sinbad.
In The Talons of Weng-Chiang , a 1977 serial from the British television series doctor
Who , the Peking Homunculus is the proper name given to an animated ventriloquist's dummy known as Mr. Sin. The dummy was really an android ...
... NMDA receptor function by overexpressing the NR2B subunit in the hippocampus  . These mice, nicknamed "Doogie mice" after the precocious doctor
Doogie Howser , had larger long-term potentiation and excelled at spatial learning tasks, once again suggesting LTP's involvement in the formation ...
... ) and the transmission vector for human malarial parasite is the Anopheles mosquito .
For his discovery of the cause of malaria, French army doctor
Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine in 1907 .
Symptoms of malaria include fever , ...
... died, he had to abandon his studies for more than two years to settle family affairs. He returned to university after two years, and became a doctor
of medicine in 1653 . He married Francesca Massari , younger sister of his anatomy professor, the next year. She unfortunately died a year ...
... broken down into event- and time-based prospective remembering. Time-based prospective memories are triggered by a time-cue, such as going to the doctor
(action) at 4pm (cue). Event-based prospective memories are intentions triggered by cues, such as remembering to post a letter (action) after seeing ...
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... translocation are at an increased risk of having children with the condition.
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... not quite the same as the more general concept of organic farming , since e.g. it also takes the phases of the moon into consideration.
In 1939, doctor
Karl Konig founded the Camphill Movement in Scotland as a place to provide treatment for children with severe learning disabilities . There are ...
... term is also used in science fiction , with the difference that is not speculative, but an established science. A xenobiologist is usually a human doctor
or biologist who is expert on the physiology of alien organisms and life forms.
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