Professor Ben-Joseph's blog
Have you ever wondered how much time and energy women spend avoiding harassment from men? One of the largest studies conducted on sexual harassment in Europe found that almost half of the 42,000 women surveyed had restricted their freedom of movement based on the fear of gender-based violence. Half of British women and a fifth of men have been sexually harassed at work or a place of study, a BBC survey says. Of the women who said they had been harassed, 63% said they didn’t report it to anyone, and 79% of the male victims kept it to themselves.
We are quickly approaching the day when people who suffer from the most common causes of vision loss and blindness, such as macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataracts, corneal visual impairment, diabetic retinopathy, and even near and far-sightedness can kiss goodbye to their glasses or contact lenses and even forget about considering Lasik operations...
This is thanks to a breakthrough from a retired United States Marine Corps along with a medical researcher, with over 26 years experience, that is going to change everything we thought we knew about deteriorating vision...
Today I have very good news for you. In fact after searching for almost 1 year I have finally found a logical and conclusive treatment for Lyme which offers complete relief and lasting results. But before I share with you the concept of the treatment lets look at some very important facts that surround this disease.
INFECTED WITH LYME DISEASE (Borrelia burgdorferi)
From a single tick bite a person is infected with approximately 10 to 1000 Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria.
Ectogenesis, or the gestation of fetus in an environment ex utero, was once an idea confined to the realm of science fiction. But research involving the incubation of premature lambs in artificial gestation bags has made pundits think that fetal development ex utero may soon be possible.
The possibility of ectogenesis raises significant ethical questions, such as this: “will ecogenesis allow us to reconcile pro-choice and pro-life positions on abortion?”
The last time the Juan de Fuca oceanic plate jolted under the North American plate, unleashing a 9.0 earthquake, was in 1700. With the event scheduled to happen once every 500 years or so, we are due for another any day now. Although it's not clear what will happen when this mega quake does hit, researchers at the University of Washington recently presented 50 possible scenarios of how the event might unfold.
Driving a major highway in California, one can’t miss the giant billboards announcing the coming of Cannafest, a “cannabis festival and trade gathering” featuring vendors “selling wares,” music, games, and a “family interactive zone” for “whole family fun.”1 Such billboards have become commonplace in states with legalized marijuana, but for anyone who grew up experiencing criminal penalties and mandatory viewings of Reefer Madness in high school—a film that shows marijuana driving young people to insanity and criminal acts—this public celebration of pot for the whole family is still a bit m
Know what else comes through the needle?
by Ralph Campbell, MD
It’s been wisely said that our bodies are defended from sudden death every single day. As with all living creatures we too are endowed with a number of key regulatory mechanisms. One can only be amazed that they rarely seem to break down, rather than being surprised and disconcerted when they do.
Vibrant, athletic young people who are now bedridden and housebound, formerly high-functioning professionals who have trouble remembering simple words – these individuals all have something in common. A common type of medication called fluoroquinolone antibiotics – often prescribed for such routine ailments as urinary tract infections and prostatitis – have caused devastating health conditions.