Monthly Archives: December 2016
Advanced cases of Cancer are very difficult to treat but sometimes do-able. The alternative answer would be to slow the progression rate; A new drug palbociclib (Ibrance), was recently approved in the US. This drug targets advanced cases of ER-positive … Keep Reading
Trisomy 21, also known as down-syndrome, is a genetic disorder in which a third copy of chromosome 21 is present. The disorder involves physical growth delays as well as distinct facial features. Young adults with down-syndrome have an average IQ … Keep Reading
Grass fed beef is claimed to be “better” than corn fed beef, but why? Due to the industrialization of the agriculture business, corn fed animals have become more common because corn fattens the animal faster, increases efficiency and overall costs … Keep Reading
Stem cells are often overlooked in our day to day life, they help us replenish and fix damaged or missing cells within our body day in and day out. So why not pay more attention to them? In order to … Keep Reading
A wise man once said, “I don’t believe in climate change.” Unfortunately for the inhabitants of planet Earth, however, beliefs are sometimes disproved by facts. Sorry, wise man.