... is a 4D high-resolution model of a functioning human
elaborated by University of Calgary . It resides ... known as the "research Holodeck", in which the human
model floats in space, projected from three ... University of Calgary Unveils the CAVEman Virtual human
Meet the CAVEman of the ...
... is concerned with maintaining or restoring human
health through its study , diagnosis , and ... as sports medicine, research or public health.
societies have had various different systems of ... of health care in animal species other than human
History of medicine
Sexual orientation and medicine
Bay Area Physicians for human
Gay and Lesbian Medical Association
The Bay Area Physicians for human
Rights is founded in San Francisco as a support ... as the American Association of Physicians for human
The first cases of Gay related ...
Artificial induction of immunity
... of anaphylactic shock and even death from this procedure because the human
body sometimes recognizes antibodies from other animals as foreign.
... own immune system is developing.
Synthetic ( recombinant or cell-clone) human
immunoglobulins can now be made, and for several reasons (including the ...
... 21 q22.3
The Autoimmune Regulator, abbreviated AIRE , is a human
gene which is expressed in the thymus . It causes transcription of a ... created a transgenic mouse model to study the mechanism of disease in human
patients.  Research on the knockout mouse has demonstrated that Aire ...
... a conceptual framework with which to analyze and understand specific human
Adaptation to injury
Cells and tissues may respond ... - Evolutionary biology - Genetics - Genomics - Marine biology - human
biology - Microbiology - Molecular biology - Origin of life - ...
... neurology and psychiatry, it is argued, can this nexus be used to reduce human
Hitherto psychiatric disorders have organic basis
To ... unresolved feelings of homosexuality
NMDA receptor activation in the human
Ross et al (2006)
... safety and speed. The term emerged in the late 1990s with progress in the human
Genome Project . Research findings over the past decade, or so, in ...  In addition, in the United States. The Secretary of Health and human
Services Mike Leavitt has made personalized medicine the top priority ...
American Dietetic Association
... ( JADA ) is a monthly publication involved in the dietetics field, with orginial research, critical reviews, and reports on dietetics and human
nutrition. It is also the most widely read peer-reviewed periodical in the profession.
American Dietetic Association ...
Anthrax Vaccine Immunization Program
... 28, 2004.
^ "Troops divided on getting voluntary vaccine shots." Deborah Funk, July 25, 2005 AF Times
^ Department of Health and human
Services, Food and Drug Administration.
Docket No. 1980N-0208
Biological Products; Bacterial Vaccines and Toxoids; Implementation of Efficacy ...
Artecoll is mostly collagen , one of the most abundant substances in all mammals. The thinning of collagen in human
faces is responsible for aging, wrinkles and lines on the face. 
Artecoll consists of 25 percent microscopic Plexiglas plastic beads made ...
... usually with the aim to create professionals with future leading position in medical research and development. The education has a clear focus on human
biology and basic science and how this knowledge can be transferred into a medical and clinical setting. The programmes usually encompass the ...
... of the autoreactive cell) 
Division to a regulatory lineage
Genetic defects in these processes lead to autoimmunity, such as in the human
syndromes APS-1 and IPEX .
^ Sprent ...
... killers and other unwanted ingredients that could cause infections or other undesirable side effects . Moreover, some physicians have found that human
fat outside the body is incredibly delicate. One researcher (Mendieta) found that, to obtain viable fat, the needle withdrawing the fat can’t be too ...
... Gender-based medicine or simply gender medicine is the field of medicine that studies the biological and physiological differences between the human
sexes and how that affects differences in disease. Traditionally, medical research has mostly been conducted using the male body as the basis for ...
Healthy People 2010
... Healthy People 2010 was started in January 2000 by the United States Department of Health and human
Services . It is a nationwide health promotion and disease prevention plan that is composed of 467 specific objectives, 28 goals, and two ...
... Antigens) that nevertheless cross-react with self-antigens. For example antibodies against Group A Streptococcus cell walls can also react with human
heart tissues. These are considered heterophile antibodies. ...
High Frequency Ventilation
... Ventilation (HFPPV)
Ventilator induced lung injury
Ventilator induced lung injury is caused by multiple factors. The human
lung is designed to ventilate effectively by using negative pressure in the thorax . Once positive pressure is applied, some degree of VILI is ...
...  . NeuroArm is a tool that aims to revolutionize neurosurgery and other branches of operative medicine by reducing the constraints of the human
hand while maintaining the tactile feedback important to the surgeons.  The machine uses something called "motion scaling" which allows the ...
... consultants .
During his or her education at The Danish College of Pharmacy Practice, the pharmaconomist is trained in human
and animal anatomy , physiology , pathology , pharmacology , pharmacy practice , pharmaceutics , toxicology , clinical pharmacy , ...
... and assembly". Mol Neurobiol 21 : 83-95. PMID 11327151 .
^ Chiti F, Dobson CM (2006). "Protein misfolding, functional amyloid, and human
disease". Ann Rev Biochem 75 : 333-366. PMID 16756495 .
^ Carrell RW, Lomas DA (1997). "Conformational disease". Lancet 350 : ...
... in order to prepare that entity to be more resilient against the stimulus when and if the stimulus is encountered in the future. For example, a human
may be exposed to artificially weakened virus in order to stimulate an antibody production in the body against that virus, so that later when the ...
... into Surrogate endpoint . ( Discuss )
A surrogate marker (or surrogate end point ) is term used in medical research for a change to the human
body that is believe to be necessary to an eventual outcome or end point . 
Surrogate markers are used when it is unethical to look for the ...
... stages of sleep that occur within intervals of an organism's circadian rhythm , and especially to refer to the 90 minute ultradian cycle in human
Some of the ultradian cyclings of the body are hormonal release, heart rate , thermoregulation , nostril dilation and appetite . The ...