Interesting Science This Week. Week 7

Originally posted on January 06, 2017 at my blogger site. In our modern liberal society, a great deal of effort has gone into eliminating the differences in how women are treated from men. In nature, however, male and female sexes have well defined roles in ensuring that perpetuation and evolution of life is not interrupted.... Continue Reading →

Interesting Science This Week. Week 6

Originally posted on July 30, 2016 at my blogger site. The basic idea of of immunization is to inject inactivated pathogens or their parts which then activates and prepares the body's immune system to fight infection by live pathogen in future. Development of innate immunity in the body involves production of specific proteins called antibodies... Continue Reading →

Interesting Science This Week. Week 5

Originally posted on July 23, 2016 at my blogger site. Bacteria in your stomach is making you fat. That is the conclusion from a recent study published in the journal Nature. It is reported that the gut microbiome, a collective term for bacteria and other microbes that reside in the stomach of humans and other animals,... Continue Reading →

Interesting Science This Week. Week 1

Originally posted on June 13, 2016 at my blogger site There are two types of tumors that are formed in the body. Benign tumors, as the name suggests, aren't generally dangerous. They are compact, grow slowly, tend to remain in the organ where they are formed and do not spread to other organs. Malignant tumors,... Continue Reading →

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