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Vitamin-A Fear During Pregnancy

Vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin, which is responsible for the development of the most perplexing and startling parts of a baby’s body especially eyes. According to the National Health Service ...
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Autophagy: A Vanquishing Process of Human Immunity

Guess what; Science and Religious perceptions are overlapping, rather being contradicting at all!  One of the best examples as well witnesses of such blending has been discovered by Nobel Laureate ...
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The ‘Bacteria’s Movie Out’: cas9 CRISPR in genomic encoding

DNA (Deoxyribonucleic acid), the genetic blueprint of every living creature including diverse classes of microorganisms has its sole act to carry the inheritance in sequences of generation. A bacteria, much ...
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Producer of “Werewolf Human” – Hypertrichosis

We all know about X-MEN, a very popular Marvel Comics and also a movie series. There is a superhero named Henry Philip (known as Hank; The Beast) who has lots ...
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Meal Skipping: Smartness or Diet Disaster?

Are you very much conscious of being overweight? Do you think that skipping meal will help you to reduce some weight? Sometimes it’s a prestigious issue for some teenagers and ...
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Ovarian Cancer: Women Health is Precious!

To be a woman is not so easy. In different religious views, women are considered respectfully than others. We have born from a woman who is our mother. A woman ...
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My experience regarding Sleep Paralysis: A Confusing Scientific Act of Sleep

All of us dream, right? I am not talking about day dreams and imaginations. I am indicating the dreams and nightmares that we go through while we are asleep. Usually, ...
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Addiction or Prescription

Do you know about 48 million (older than 12) people are using prescription drugs for a nonmedical reason according to National Institute of Drug Abuse? It happens when a prescribed ...
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Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) was recognized as a disease in 1981 due to human immunodeficiency virus 1 (HIV-1). Soon, AIDS became a worldwide the biggest infectious disease globally due to ...
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