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    The Drugs Don T Work

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    Depression. It’s that disorder that has become seemingly fashionable amongst celebrities, up there with ‘exhaustion.’ Because to put the label of ‘depressed’ on oneself is to excuse not wanting to get out of bed in the morning as something chemically based and therefore unavoidable. At the slightest hint of a struggle in life, “I’m depressed” is a license to reach for the Prozac and all is rosy once again. But the haphazard way in which many practitioners are all too quick to write someone off as ‘depressed’ has left the disorder, which in its pure clinical sense is debilitating and soul destroying, somewhat ridiculed such that “I’m depressed” will be received by most with “Yeah, yeah; go take your happy pills then.” But one might ask, are the 14.8 million American adults diagnosed as depressed all genuine cases? Is it possible that such a colossal number of people can be feeling so hopeless? With ever rising figures on the number of people diagnosed with depression each year, it seems that perhaps events in the world itself are having an effect on our biology. Cognitive behavioural therapy used to be heralded as an effective form of treatment for depression; changing the way somebody thought about themselves and their life could give them a new, brighter persepctive that motivated them to get their life back on track. But today, against a backdrop of war, terrorism, stabbings, gun crimes, poverty and disease, is it really possible for a counsellor to convince someone that there is a bright side? Depressing isn’t it? It’s now well established that external events can alter the chemical activity of a person’s biology. So is it that the only way forward is to prescribe the drugs to change the biology that is being permeated by the doom and gloom of the news today? Or in a more humanistic approach, should we all live in a bubble, oblivious to the world around, and make the most of what we have inside our own little microcosms? What is clear is that the ‘depression’ of past versions of the DSM are entirely different forms of what manifests as the cause and consequences of depression today. Future therapies need to address this change, before each and...(read the full article at the link below)



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    How To Find Online Tutoring

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    : There are many agencies for online tutoring, and finding the right one can be tricky. What are the differences between the different agencies? Picking the right tutor requires a bit of research. When you perform a web search for online tutoring, you'll see thousands of results. Where should you start? Probably at the top, because the most popular site of agencies for online tutoring will be at the top of those searches. But it is not as easy as that. Each agency is a bit different, and some will be better suited to your needs than others. The first thing to do is get referrals. That means asking the company for a list of names and number of people who have used their service. You'll need to call those people and see how they liked the tutoring service. You aren't likely to get many bad referrals, but it helps to talk with somebody to get a feel for the different companies. After you have a few agencies for online tutoring in mind, take a look at their tutoring and payment structure. First of all, do they have reliable tutors for the subjects you are interested in? If you're interested in geometry, for example, do not be satisfied with a "math" tutor who may or may not be very good in geometry. Likewise, if you're interested in a general biology tutor, don't agree to work with someone who only knows evolutionary biology. Find the RIGHT tutor for your needs. Next, take a look at their payment structure. Are the hours flexible, can you scale the number of hours you buy up or down? Many agencies for online tutoring offer package deals, but if you don't end up using the hours this semester or year, can you save them or do you lose them? These are the questions you need to ask them. If it is unclear, call them and find out exactly how it works. Most are pretty flexible in their tutoring setup, so you shouldn't settle for anything less. You should also pay attention to the times that you'll be able to get tutoring help. If the company only offers hours from 9 5 Monday through Friday, that may be too constraining. On the other hand, a company in India may offer 24 hour support. Again, you should pick the company that works best for you. So, there you have it. Sifting through the different agencies for online tutoring can take a while, but it will be worth it in the end when you find the right agency! Good luck.



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    What Is A Career In Biotechnology Like

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    Biotechnology is the integration of engineering and technology to the life sciences. Biotechnologists frequently use microorganisms or biological substances to perform specific processes or for manufacturing. Examples include the production of drugs, hormones, foods and converting waste products. There are many sub branches involved in the biotech industry. A few of the more common branches include; molecular biology, genetic engineering, and cell biology. A new and exciting sub branch requiring biotechnologists is the field of nanotechnology. Nanotechnology gives us the capability to engineer the tiniest of objects, things at the molecular level. Nano means a billionth of a specific unit in Greek. Nanotechnology includes the study and manipulation of materials between 1 and 100 nanometers. To give you an idea, DNA is approximately 2.5 nanometers. Red blood cells are 2.5 micrometers (1,000 times larger). And a sheet of paper is about 100,000 nanometers thick! As you can imagine, it is very difficult to scale and mass produce objects within the realm of nanotechnology. Their minute size makes them nearly impossible to manipulate. But scientists and engineers have teamed up to make the seemingly impossible a reality. Which means those with the proper training will be highly sought after in the future. The National Science Foundation estimates that the U. S. alone will need up to 1 million nanotechnology researchers. It is estimated that the need for nanotechnology workers will reach 2 million by 2015. Therefore, if you’re considering getting into the field of biotech, you may want to gear your background in nanotechnology if your school offers it or seek employment in this exciting new career field after graduating. No matter what sub branch you wind up specializing in, biotechnologists often collaborate with others in the laboratory and bounce ideas off one another. This can create a pleasant work environment; one that involves sharing with others and working together to achieve a great goal.



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    How To Choose College Classes

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    At some schools, the course catalog looks like a phone book. You may be thinking "information overload!" as your eyes glaze over and you begin to feel a little panicky. If the sheer volume of possibilities is more than you can handle all at once, shut the catalog. Sit down somewhere and think about a few key things, including the following: • The basic, common denominator list of courses that you must complete to graduate. Even if you don't know what your major is going to be, there are some classes that nearly everybody ends up taking. You'll have to take them sometime, so you might as well get started. Our advice is to get them out of the way ASAP, so you can take fun stuff your senior year—or courses that enhance your major or your employment potential. • Your major. What's it going to be? Do you have any clues yet? This is a very big decision, and you don't have to figure it out today, this semester, or even this year. But start thinking about it. • In this quest for a major, the course catalog is your friend. You may decide to look for classes that are prerequisites for important courses you'll want to take later. (A prerequisite means that you must have completed a certain class, such as Economics 100, before you can move ahead to related classes—Economics 200 and beyond. Call it reaching point A before you can get past point B.) • Particularly good classes to take. Every school has them—professors whose courses are Standing Room Only. Classes you'll look back on as thought provoking high points of your academic life. Get the scoop from upperclass students. • Particularly bad classes to avoid like the plague. Now's as good a time as any to find out which professors are dynamic lecturers, which are drones, and which are psychos. Jed, a University of Kentucky student and a "definitely nonscientific" guy, decided to get his much dreaded biology requirement out of the way his freshman year—much like a patient in a doctor's office who shuts his eyes and holds his breath until the shot's over. He picked an easy sounding course from the catalog, "Biology for Nonmajors." What a surprise he had in store for him! "First of all, it was a Tuesday Thursday class that met at night, 7:00 8:30, and I could tell right away that it was going to be a struggle just to stay alert. Then this professor came in, and he had a real attitude. He said, 'I don't know why biology for nonmajors should be any different from biology for majors.' The next thing I knew, we were looking at slides of tertiary level DNA, whatever that is! I freaked." The next day, he dropped the class like a hot potato. (He later found one much more to his liking, called "Human Ecology.") • Classes that will expand your mental horizons. Live it up. Again, get to know the course catalog. Pore over it; read about everything that intrigues you even a little. Look for courses in subjects you never studied in high school. For example, here's your chance to learn something about art and architecture, even if you can't foresee any use for this knowledge in later life. Learn to play a musical instrument or ride a horse, just because you've always wanted to. What's the point of learning things you can't use to make money or further your career? A lot of goal oriented, job focused people want to know the answer to this question. Let's answer it by looking at an imaginary student, Joe Tunnelvision. He wants to be a doctor; naturally, he wants to get into a good medical school, and he's well on his way. In high school, every elective course he took was in science—he even made up his own independent study anatomy class after he had exhausted the school's scientific course repertoire. Now, as a freshman and a molecular biology major, he doesn't want to "waste his time" on anything that won't help him reach his goal. Therefore, he has no time for art, music, languages, or literature beyond the minimal requirements. (Joe, a cynic, only signed up for intramural soccer because he knows he's supposed to appear "well rounded" when he applies to medical schools. He also did some volunteer work for the same reason—to carve another notch on the old resume. Joe's too narrowly focused to comprehend the greater benefits of those extracurricular activities. Which is his loss.) Joe can't see four years down the road, but we can. He gets accepted at medical school, all right, but not by one of his top three choices. Johns Hopkins, Harvard, and Stanford all turn him down, and Joe can't figure out why. It turns out that it's because of his big void in the humanities. His academic career was so heavily tilted toward science that medical school admissions officers felt he didn't have enough depth—compassion, a sense of humor, and a breadth of understanding—to become a great doctor. There probably won't be a formal professor information service such as the one at the University of South Carolina at your school, but you can bet that there's plenty of helpful word of mouth information floating around out there—all you have to do is find it by asking around. If the professor in question teaches English, for example, find an English major. If this person can't give you a first hand evaluation of the teacher, maybe he or she can at least direct you to other English majors who can. A word of warning: Take everything you hear with a grain of salt. Are you talking to an airhead who resents having to crack a book? Or some angry person who didn’t get the grade he thought he deserved and therefore has an ax to grind? If so, you may not be getting the most objective picture of the professor or the course. It's true, forewarned is forearmed. You may, however, decide not to take somebody else's word for it. Maybe, you'll want to enroll in the course despite what someone says because it sounds interesting. To which we say: Go for it! Don't be afraid of hard work or hard classes. If you're looking to coast through school, you're going to miss out on some demanding but very rewarding course experiences.



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    Can Pheromone Use Enhance The Effect Of Generic Viagra

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    Mike Elba heard a knock on his office door. "Come in," he said. Mike looked up and saw the department supervisor walk through the door. "I hear you have taken a number of biology courses," said the supervisor, addressing his youngest summer intern. "Yes, I took a few," was the reply from Mike. Mike had hoped to use his knowledge of biology in his intern position. He had been asked to work in the marketing department at the offices of the company that made Generic Viagra. "Well," said the supervisor. "I want you to read this article." The supervisor gave Mike an issue of Archives of Sexual Behavior. Mike could see that his supervisor had made clear which article should be read by the company’s new summer intern. "This article is about a product called ‘Athena Pheromone 10X,’" said the supervisor. "I want you to read about the results of a recent study done with that agent. I want to know if the men who used that 10X look like the sort of men who might choose to participate in a clinical trial of a modified Generic Viagra." "I will get reading right now," said Mike. Mike did not tell his supervisor that he had already read one article about the product called 10X. That had been an article in a Wired Magazine. Mike knew what he could expect to find in the Archives. Mike was eager to share that information with his supervisor. Mike placed the Archives in his briefcase. Mike then locked his briefcase, something he seldom bothered to do. Mike wanted to guard against the possibility that the information in the Archives might reach the desk of an executive in the marketing department for Generic Cialis. Mike knew that men who used 10X had much better luck catching the interest of a lovely girl. Mike knew that such luck often led to an evening of love making. Mike suspected that men who used 10X would be ideal subjects for a clinical trial of a modified Generic Viagra. Mike did not want the name Athena Pheromone 10X to become a familiar name to the executives who were intent on marketing Generic Cialis. That night Mike perused the article he had been given by his supervisor. After that Mike sketched the outline for a memo to his supervisor. Mike wanted to summarize for his supervisor the important facts from the Archives article. Mike made a rough sketch of the graph in the article. Later Mike tried to duplicate that graph by using Excel on his computer. The graph said more than the numbers. It could help Mike’s supervisor to focus on one important fact—men using 10X could snare a woman 75% more frequently than a man who failed to use 10X. Mike knew that his supervisor would want to read any suggestion that Mike might have, after reading the Archives article. Mike did have one important suggestion. He put that suggestion at the bottom of the rough draft of a memo. What was Mike’s suggestion? It was this: "Be sure not to share this information with the executives who are trying to market Generic Cialis."



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    Kansas City Schools Change Licensing Requirements

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    The state of Kansas’ Board of Education is expected to make a change to teacher licensure requirements that could help Kansas City Schools get the teachers it needs. According to Martha Gage, director of teacher education and licensure, the Professional Standards Board recommends the improvements. The changes will allow teachers in Kansas City Schools, and across the state, to add subjects to their portfolios with greater ease. Why is this important to Kansas City Schools? As a result of the state increase in science department credits required for graduation, the Kansas City Schools cannot fill its need for chemistry and physics teachers. This change would allow a biology teacher to take the competency test in a different science area, like chemistry, and be qualified to teach it. Opponents voice concerns that this change will not ensure that Kansas City Schools’ teachers are really prepared to teach such in depth subjects. John Richard Schrock, director of the biology education program at Emporia State University, feels that passing a competency test alone is not enough. These Indianapolis Schools’ teachers might be required to take more courses just in order to pass the difficult tests, but even would that prove sufficient? But that’s not the only change that will hit Indianapolis Schools if the state’s board of education passes the initiative. The changes are designed to remove cumbersome paperwork and redundant information from the process of becoming a teacher in Kansas. While that should sound good to everyone, the final change involves lowering the grade point average (GPA) required to obtain conditional certification. Currently, a teacher applicant in Kansas City Schools must have a college GPA of at least 2.5. Of course, a veteran teacher from out of state may have a wealth of experience, and be a great teacher, but have done poorly 25 years ago in college. Proponents claim that the GPA is just one indicator of an applicant’s ability to teach. While some argue for maintaining the higher standards, the need for Kansas City Schools to find qualified teachers seems to be winning. Advocates of both Kansas City Schools and the Kansas National Education Association feel that these changes are a way to fill the teacher gap while still maintaining a reasonable standard for teachers. Standards for both teachers and students have been a hot button topic in Kansas City Schools since the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) act went into effect in 2002. Its requirement for highly qualified teachers in areas like math and science, combined with the state’s increase in science credits for graduation has put Kansas City Schools in a teacher quandary. Kansas City Schools are not alone. Public schools nationwide have been forced to innovate and adapt in order to succeed in the current educational climate.



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    Kids Survive With Modern Camp Experience

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    Studying marine biology. Snow survival skills. Electricity. Wildlife tracking. At camp today, kids enjoy much more than the traditional crafts and canoes experience. 4 H offers a wide range of specialized camping programs all over the country where kids learn leadership, citizenship and life skills while they participate in fun activities. Shamee Hurd, 14, gets a charge out of learning about safety at 4 H Electric Camp. "I am more aware of my surroundings as a result of 4 H Electric Camp. I learned to stay away from electric lines when they fall on the ground. I do very well in school studying science, especially when we study electricity," she said. The camp, held at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, features learning centers and hands on activities staffed by electric utility professionals. Campers make magnetic motors and discover how electric golf carts work while they learn about safety. At 4 H Junior Wildlife Stewards Camp in Oregon, youth start their experience in third grade, become counselors in training in seventh grade, and teen counselors in grade 10. They work together with other campers and counselors as they participate in classes on the basics of fishing and aquatic habits, wildlife tracking, bird watching, forestry and develop a special hands on wildlife restoration project. A counselor for five years, Alice Kersting, 18, of Portland is studying sociology in college because of her experience with cross age mentoring at camp, where she shared her passion for the outdoors. "The interaction of children, adults and teens coming together and learning from each other is incredibly significant. You can't get anything out of camp unless you are willing to learn from others," Kersting said. Along the North Carolina coast, youth curious about ecology study chemistry, geology and biology at Marine Science and Sailing Camp. They dissect fish, follow the tides and visit estuaries to understand the importance of the environment. Camp isn't just for the summer, either. Youth build campfires in the snow, use compasses and GPS units and learn first aid skills at 4 H Snow Camp during the winter in Idaho. "4 H is about teaching kids life skills that they can use wherever they go," said Cindy Kinder, University of Idaho 4 H and Extension Educator, Camas County. 4 H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills. Learn more about 4 H camping programs at 4husa. org. Photography is just one of the many specialized 4 H camping programs for youth.



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    How Does Vitamin Deficiency Cause Acne

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    Acne is a major concern in the world today. As the media continues to grow, people become more and more self conscious and worry about their looks constantly. Acne is a major cause of low self esteem in many people and this can lead to future problems. There is a huge push in the fight against acne and the high sales of acne fighting products shows this. However, there are a few other methods to help battle acne that should also be considered. Before thinking about treating acne, one should know the basics of it. Although the basic causes of pimples is unknown, what is known is that they are caused by the pore collapsing on itself and preventing the sebum (the oil) from escaping. Causes of acne can range from hormones, diet, biology (genes), vitamin deficiency, and stress. Most often the causes involve a variety of these factors. Since the exact cause of pimples and acne can't be traced and targeted, dealing with the other factors that can lead to acne is the next best thing. Obviously, medication can't help things like biology, hormones, and stress. However, diet and vitamin deficiency are two important factors that should be considered when looking to combat acne. Whenever a person considers taking steps to fight their acne, looking to change their diet and increase their consumption of certain vitamins should be at the top of their list and should always be involved in their battle plan. While there are many vitamins that can all contribute to the vitamin deficiency that can be a factor in causing acne, the main ones are Vitamins A, B, C, E, Chromium, and Zinc. The simple fact is that most people are deficient of vitamins and minerals, most in fact, due to diet habits. In fact, it is estimated that only between 10 20% of Americans actually consume the recommended amount of most vitamins and minerals. Due to this, it is no wonder that vitamin deficiencies led their hand to many problems such as causing acne. You're probably thinking, "How can vitamins possibly help?" Well, one important thing to remember is that your skin is the largest organ on your body. Although the outer layer may be dead cells, the skin is still a living, growing, replenishing organ that requires nutrients and case just like any other organ in the body. A lack of these nutrients can cause many problems, one of them being that nuisance acne, and it important to keep the body and the skin well nurtured. No vitamin is a miracle cure that will wipe acne out of your life and be some sort of savior. However, used in combination with other methods of acne prevention and cleansing, vitamins help to flush out the skin and actually promote the defense against acne. Many of the vitamins mentioned are antioxidants and will help to flush toxins and free radicals from the body, including the skin. Other vitamins have antibacterial effects and actually help to fight acne before it starts. Both of these are extremely important factors in fighting and preventing acne. It is also very important to note that any vitamin taken too excessively is toxic and can lead to many negative effects and is very dangerous. Remember, these aren't miracle cures. Fighting acne is not a quick process, it takes time, and taking too many vitamins not only won't clear up the acne any quicker but it also will can cause illness and other problems. Be patient and smart about any vitamins you decide to take.



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    Antioxidant

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    An antioxidant is a chemical that reduces the rate of particular oxidation reactions in a specific context, where oxidation reactions are chemical reactions that involve the transfer of electrons from a substance to an oxidising agent. Antioxidants are particularly important in the context of organic chemistry and biology: all living cells contain complex systems of antioxidant chemicals and/or enzymes to prevent chemical damage to the cells' components by oxidation. The importance and complexity of antioxidants in biology is reflected in a medical literature of more than 142,000 scholarly articles. A diet containing antioxidants from plants are required for good health since plants are an important source of organic antioxidant chemicals. Antioxidants are widely used as ingredients in dietary supplements that are used for health purposes such as preventing cancer and heart disease. However, while many studies have suggested benefits for antioxidant supplements, several large clinical trials have failed to clearly demonstrate a benefit for the formulations tested, and excess supplementation may be harmful. Antioxidants are chemicals that reduce oxidative damage to cells and biochemicals. Researchers have found high correlation between oxidative damage and the occurrence of disease. For example, LDL oxidation is associated with cardiovascular disease. The process leading to atherogenesis, artherosclerosis, and cardiovascular disease is complex, involving multiple chemical pathways and networks, but the precursor is LDL oxidation by free radicals, resulting in inflammation and formation of plaques. Research suggests that consumption of antioxidant rich foods reduces damage to cells and biochemicals from free radicals. This may slow down, prevent, or even reverse certain diseases that result from cellular damage, and perhaps even slow down the natural aging process. Since the discovery of vitamins, it has been recognized that antioxidants in the diet are essential for healthful lives. More recently, a large body of evidence has accumulated that suggests supplementation of the diet with various kinds of antioxidants can improve health and extend life. Many nutraceutical and health food companies now sell forms of antioxidants as dietary supplement. These supplements may include specific antioxidant chemicals, like resveratrol (from grape seeds), combinations of antioxidants, like the "ACES" products that contain beta carotene (provitamin A), vitamin C, vitamin E and Selenium, or specialty herbs that are known to contain antioxidants such as green tea and jiaogulan. Disclaimer The information presented here should not be interpreted as medical advice. If you need more information about Antioxidants, please consult your physician or a qualified specialist. Permission is granted to reprint this article as long as no changes are made, and the entire resource box is included.



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    The Hoodia Scams Have Lasted Long Enough

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    The big news about Hoodia supplements is that almost all Hoodia Gordonii products available today are ineffective – using fake hoodia. A well respected health author claims over 90% of the hoodia gordonii are known to be fake. This data seems to be backed up my major testing facilities who are claiming similar numbers. So we did some research of our own and there's buzz on a newer Hoodia Gordonii product called Hoodia Prime. We used it on our test subject to see what she would say. The results aren't what you might think they would be. But more on that in a minute. When was the last time you stopped and thought about the companies that create the natural health supplements you take? Often times, it is easy to assume that the regulatory forces that ensure our food is safe, our water is clean, and our medications are effective will ensure that everything we put in our bodies is safe and sound. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Industries such as the natural health industry can be harder to regulate and with products like Hoodia Gordonii, which is supposed to be produced almost entirely in South Africa, and the shortcuts and scams that exist are more widely spread than many purchasers realize. So we tried Hoodia Prime. Our test subject took the suggested dosage. Nothing happened. We continued trying it, still nothing. It sure did seem like this was another hoodia Gordonii product that fell into the scam category. But then by the end of day two, something happened. Our test subject said she was not hungry for dinner. A fluke? Perhaps. Read on. The very next day she awoke and again was not at all hungry. This was definitely not the norm for this person, who typically ate a hearty dinner and would almost always eat a breakfast. She took her recommended dosage of two Hoodia Prime capsules in the morning with a glass of orange juice. Again, throughout the day, no hunger whatsoever. She said she had to literally remind herself to eat, and when she did eat, it was a forced action, only because she knew she had to eat. This Natures Biology Hoodia Prime was definitely working. But was it real Hoodia or some other ingredient that was causing the appetite suppression? Companies have been known to put other things in their capsules, and we were going to find out if this was the case here. The lot # on our bottle had been part of a large lot that was independently tested at Alkemists Pharmaceuticals. This company tests the majority of the Hoodia on the market and has found more fakes than you'll find at a plastic surgeons office. Theses were the three tests performed: Analysis of Identity and Purity Analysis of Chromatagraphy Analysis of Macroscopy and Microscopy Using these three tests, a company isn't going to fool anybody with any fake Hoodia. There are things they can do to get around each test, but you can't fool all three tests at once. What we found by reviewing the tests conducted on Hoodia Prime is that it's the real deal. It passed all three rigorous tests without a hiccup, and was proved to be pure South African Hoodia Gordonii. In a world where 9 out of 10 Hoodia Gordonii products are scames, Hoodia Prime stood out and shined. Not only did it pass the lab tests, but it passed our own test where our very own test subject used the product and verified its effectiveness. Natures Biology, the company that makes Hoodia Prime, also says it conducts its own lab tests at yet an additional lab facility. So, our hats come off to the folks at Natures Biology for bringing a quality product like Hoodia Prime to the market. Bravo. Having said that, if you are contemplating any other product other than Hoodia Prime, keep in mind that your Hoodia Gordonii supplement may be packed with things you don't know about. Since Hoodia took off as a weight loss option in recent years, manufacturer have been using it as a front to sell essentially useless products to buyers who don't know any better. The main concern for many people, especially those who regularly take health supplements, is that they are getting what they paid for. The product needs to be the exact ingredients that are listed on the bottle – this is the very reason that there are laws in place requiring such labeling, to ensure those with allergies and special needs are able to accurately measure what they intake. Yet, these safety protocols are worthless when manufacturers like those that make counterfeit Hoodia Gordonii lie on their labels and produce products that are full of fillers such as sawdust, random plants from other countries, and cheap ingredients that can by highly allergenic. Not only that, but often times these cheap ingredients will interact with existing medications that a consumer may be taking, causing an increased risk of liver, heart, or brain damage. So tread carefully before you buy something. Pure Hoodia is certainly effective at appetite control, as proven via our test. But just remember, 9 out of 10 Hoodia Gordonii products are believed to be fake.



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    A Close Up Look At Microscopes

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    The microscope is an important educational tool used in scientific research and education. It is used to produce a larger image of an object for projects ranging from medical discoveries to important educational training in schools across the nation. Microscopes use technology to allow humans to view objects as they could never be seen with the naked eye alone. A conventional microscope was first developed during the last part of the 16th century, which lead the world of science toward a prospering future in the world of medicine and biology. In it’s earliest years, the microscope was primarily used as a recreational device and was found mainly in wealthier homes. It wasn’t long, however, before technology and research began to blend for a new discovery relating to blood circulation. In addition, advancements in the study of bacteria and diseases were among the discoveries that followed. The majority of microscopes are called light microscopes, which uses a series of high powered magnifying lenses in order to bend light rays. Studies continued through the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries while, at the end of the nineteenth century, an even bigger development occurred. With the realization that electrons could be used as a light source in microscopes, scientists were provided with a never before seen resolution. The first electron microscope was unveiled approximately 75 years ago, which allowed for even smaller things to be researched and viewed. Among the advancements, atoms were finally visible for the first time and viruses could finally be identified with the powerful magnification and resolution of the electron microscope. A microscope is an important tool and should be treated carefully. Proper care should be exercised when handling, or transporting, a microscope in order to avoid damage to the unit. Always carry the microscope with both hands and in the upright position. If you have a special tote or a box, either will work fine for transportation. When the microscope is in use, always make sure that it is placed on a flat surface and one that is not shaky. A sturdy table is the best placement for a microscope, but avoid placing it close to the edge where it could fall off to the side. After each use, follow the manufacturer’s instructions in proper cleanup of the unit, as well as any slides. If you do not plan to view the slide’s contents again, they should be cleaned in order to avoid interaction with future items that are placed on the slide for viewing. While much emphasis is placed on scientific research and the technical aspects of microscopes, it’s important to remember that children can also benefit from the tool’s educational teachings. When you’re a child, it’s fun to collect a sample of anything and check it out under a microscope. Of course, microscopes begin as toys for smaller children and advance to larger, and more realistic models, as the child ages and is better able to understand the importance of the tool. If a child learns to be familiar with a microscope at a young age, he/she will be much more prepared for biology classes and the various parts and styles of microscopes.



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    The Science Behind The Torment

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    There is a rarely mentioned, supposedly nearly extinct sect of Buddhism that believes in the words “perfection through pain.” The philosophy is not one most people would be keen to adapt, but it does take into account something that most people don't want to acknowledge. Pain is a part of life and it is not going to go away until life goes away. Most people, of course, are capable of enduring pain. The natural pain threshold and pain tolerance of people may differ from person to person, but old lore has always said that men had a lower tolerance for suffering and torment than women did. Most of these same stories point to childbirth as the primary evidence for this age old hypothesis, though recent discoveries are starting to reveal that the opposite is true. According to research conducted by the University of Washington, depending on the form of stimuli, men actually have a higher pain tolerance than women. The research went to great lengths to remove any preconceived cultural and social notions about pain and the ability to handle it. The point was to find a biological basis for some of the most commonly held ideas about the nature of pain and whether gender has an appreciable effect on pain. It is one of many studies focused on the nature and biology of pain, which is understandable when one considers just how little people know about it. Up until the 1960s, for example, the medical community was completely unaware that the brain can rewire the nervous system to respond to certain painful stimuli. That dispelled the long held belief that the stimuli nerve reaction sequence of pain signals was set in stone. The study published results that point to the possibility of men and women's bodies having different methods for processing and dealing with pain. There was also evidence that women also had an additional biological system in place that used estrogen as a key component. In one test that was conducted, it was found that women were more likely to complain from temperature related pain than men at lower levels. One specific test subjected people to a heated surface, with all of the women feeling the pain at a colder temperature than the men. The results were consistent with other forms of tests. However, just because women have a lower pain threshold than men does not mean that they are more likely to succumb to pain. According to the study, succumbing to pain is just as tightly linked to psychology as it is to biology. Culture and environment are just as likely to affect how someone handles pain as genetics and body build. For example, proper physical training can often help someone endure and overcome levels of pain that most individuals would not have been able to. In others, the social norms and demands of the culture they grew up in may psychologically force them to endure, even when the body is being pushed to the limits. The researchers sometimes commented that it was difficult to separate cultural and psychological factors from the results their tests gave them in the early stages of the study. Despite the many answers that it opened up, it also posed a number of questions. It unraveled the possibility of hormonal factors being involved in pain and pain perception. The fact that estrogen levels seemed related to some painful stimuli also prompted a number of inquiries, as the exact effects of the estrogen (whether they dulled the pain or enhanced the sensation of it) were undetermined.



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