Understanding the Anatomy of The Nervous System

There are many parts of the body’s nervous system, consisting of the brain, sensory glands, spinal cord and all the nerves that connect these organs to the rest of the body. Together, these organs manage and control the body nervous system and the communication with each other. The brain and the spinal cord hold the most control, as it is the command center for the central nervous system (CNS). The…

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Conjunctivitis (Pinkeye)

Conjunctivitis (Pinkeye) Pinkeye (Conjunctivitis) Slideshow: Causes, Symptoms, & Treatments What Is Pinkeye? Pinkeye – also known as conjunctivitis – is redness and aggravation of the clear membranes covering the whites of the eyes and the layers on the internal piece of the eyelids. Pinkeye is regularly developed by an infection or by a bacterial contamination, despite the fact that allergic, synthetic operators, and hidden illnesses can likewise assume a part….

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Understanding the Anatomy of Integumentary System

The integumentary system is a system of organs that includes the skin, hair, nails and exocrine glands. Although the human body skin is only a few millimeters thick, it is the largest organ on the body. Many people often don’t think of the skin as an organ. For the average person, the body’s skin weighs 10 pounds, as the surface it covers is nearly 20 square feet. The skin is…

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Biotech Spotlight: Actinium Pharmaceticals ATNM

Actinium Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (ATNM: NYSE MKT) is an open biopharmaceutical organization with expertise in the improvement of disease medications. The Company’s products are licensed technology co-created with Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) for linking the disease focusing on accuracy of monoclonal antibodies (mAb) for focusing on particular sorts of cells with the force of alpha radiating radioisotopes, the most intense growth executing agents that exist. ATNM’s first medication for the…

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Immune And Lymphatic Physiology

Lymph Circulation The most important duties of the Lymphatic system is the flow of the interstitial fluid from body tissues to the circulatory system. The veins in the circulatory system, lymphatic capillaries and vessels move lymph with a very minimum amount of pressure to help circulation. There are several one-way values that help move lymph through lymphatic vessels towards the lymphatic ducts. These valves close when lymph flow moves from…

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Immune System and Lymphatic Systems

The Lymphatic system and the immune system work closely together as the share multiple organs and physiological functions. The Immune system helps protect the body from bacteria, infectious pathogenic viruses, parasitic animals, and fungi. The immune system helps manage the harmful agents that will attack the body from growing and causing more damage. The lymphatic system consists of vessels, modes, and capillaries. Among other organs that transport lymph fluid from…

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Understanding The Endocrine System Physiology

Anatomy of the Endocrine System The endocrine system is different from the nervous system functions. Specifically, the endocrine system works with the nervous system create the control system for the entire body. The nervous system provides a quick and specifically targeted system and framework to active specific glands and muscles in the body. While the endocrine is a much slower moving system but acts on a much wider scale through…

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What is Tonsillitis ?

The tonsils are two lymph nodes that are in the back of the mouth near the throat. The tonsils help prevent the infection from entering the body. Tonsillitis is caused when the tonsils become infected. Tonsillitis often happens during childhood (from 4- 15 years old) The symptoms often include swollen tonsils, fever, and sore throat. Tonsillitis can be caused by multiple different viruses and bacteria. Tonsillitis is also contagious and…

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Understanding Sinus Infections (Sinusitis)

A sinus infection or sinusitis is an inflammation and swelling of the sinus. In a normal scenario, your sinuses are filled with air. If your sinuses are filled with fluid, this provides an environment in which bacteria can grow and this, in turn, leads to a sinus infection.   Sinus infections can often follow a bad cold, as you are at greater risk due to developing inflammation and swelling in…

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Most Effective Medication for Adult Colds

Everyone dreads colds, so when it comes to cold symptom treatment we all are looking for medication that provides quickest way to get over the cold. However, which medication that works best alleviate cold symptoms differ from person to person. Although over-the-counter, or OTC, cold medicines will not cure your cold, they can make dealing with a cold more comfortable, in which you let it runs its course. In this…

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