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      Pharming

      Pharming is a process whereby plants and animals are genetically modified to become carriers of genes that stimulate the production of substances that have useful pharmaceutical applications. Thus, the term pharming is actually a play on the words pharmaceuticals and farming. To explain the process in simple terms, a foreign gene is introduced into the

    • Brain Computer Interface

      Brain Computer Interface

      A brain computer interface (BCI) is an external devices that communicate directly to the brain of humans or animals through neuron silicon interfaces. These external devices can either transmit or receive signals to and from the brain which can then be used to restore function or movement to sensory organs or limbs. Furthermore, these external

    • How Laser Hair Removal Works

      How Laser Hair Removal Works

      Laser hair removal, as its name suggests, is using a laser to remove any hair that is unwanted. The majority of the process is done with a thin light beam of laser passing through the area of the skin that is being treated. Within the skin, specifically the dark pigment, also known as the melanin

    • What Does Potassium do for the Body?

      What Does Potassium do for the Body?

      Potassium is an essential mineral that the body uses to perform various functions. The body naturally regulates the amount of potassium in the body to keep it in working order. This is done by the kidneys, the bowels and even natural processes such as sweating. Eating a diet which incorporates the recommended amount of potassium supplementation is best

    • What Causes Left Handedness?

      What Causes Left Handedness?

      Left handedness is a person's preference in using the left hand over the right hand which, when considering the number of people, is relatively rare. It is believed that anywhere from seven to ten percent of the adult population is left handed. The rest are predominately right handed. The fundamental problem when discussing left handedness

    • What is Electrotherapy?

      What is Electrotherapy?

      Electrotherapy is a medical technique in which an electric current is used to perform a wide variety of tasks associated with pain, neurological disorders, muscle-related conditions, and drug delivery. Electrotherapy includes a range of medical techniques, some of which are under much debate and criticism. While electrotherapy itself is an accepted form of medical treatment,

    • What is Acesulfame Potassium?

      What is Acesulfame Potassium?

      Acesulfame potassium (Acesulfame K or Ace K, where “K” is the elemental symbol for potassium) is commonly used as an artificial sweetener or flavor enhancer. It is used in low calorie food products as it replaces sugar and other natural sweeteners that commonly add large amounts of calories. Acesulfame potassium’s trade names include “Sunett” and

    • How a Nuclear Heart Scan Works

      How a Nuclear Heart Scan Works

      A nuclear heart scan is an excellent method to evaluate the health of your heart. Nuclear heart scans are safe and extremely effective for diagnosing specific kinds of heart conditions. The process of having a nuclear scan is relatively simple and in most cases is painless. During a nuclear heart scan, a radioactive tracer (which

    • How Do Neurons Communicate?

      How Do Neurons Communicate?

      Neurons communicate by sending electrical signals throughout the body. The exact process is an electrochemical one and the speed in which neurons communicate is so fast that seeing someone drop out of someone's hand and trying to grab for it–a process that requires the image to get into the brain, processed and then a signal

    • How Laser Skin Treatment Works

      How Laser Skin Treatment Works

      A laser skin treatment is a relatively new technology that surgeons have only recently begun using. It is when the surgeons utilize lasers (containing carbon dioxide) to vaporize the skin’s upper layers, consequently allowing a new layer of skin to form. The technique is commonly used to fine tune wrinkles and various face lines, especially

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