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Jan16-12 Greg Bernhardt
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Cogprints An electronic archive for self-archive papers in any area pertinent to the study of cognition. PubMed...
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From time to time, threads are started here describing symptoms and requesting help with a diagnosis of a...
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Hey there, as i am medical physicist i want to know if some one is working with OLINDA too to estimate human dose....
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Various xanthine alkaloids such as caffeine, theophylline and theobromine produce stimulant effects because they are...
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Is neural oscillation the only method in which we can analyze and communicate with the brain?
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People take 5-HTP supplements mainly to increase the levels of serotonin in their brains (i.e. to help them sleep, the...
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I read about long term use of these kinda antidepressants causing hippocampal neurogenesis and stuff like that but I'm...
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Hello, I am new to the physical therapy field and I have a huge interesting in performance testing, especially VO2...
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From what I've gathered, compounds such as amphetamine, ephedrine and tyramine are taken into noradrenergic (and...
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This is a topic of great personal importance to some but is something of a taboo today. People are afraid to discuss...
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I have never really thought why an air embolus can restrict the passage of blood, until now, and I don't really...
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Is an MCH of 32.4 indicative? Difference sites list different reference ranges so there seems to be no consistency.
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Hello everyone, Ok Acetylchlone is released from postganglionic parasympathetic fibres and preganglionic nerve...
Sep19-12 03:28 PM
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And quite a paradox it is. Goes against everything we have been taught: ...
Sep19-12 02:52 PM
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There has been quite a few studies on the difference in the neuralanatomy pertaining to ADHD/ADD patients. Can we use...
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I've been training hard the past few weeks and I've got what feels like muscle soreness in my pelvis region, like over...
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In the nineteen seventies I remember being told that a badly adjusted headrest was more dangerous then no headrest at...
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I thought this was interesting commentary in a fairly recent issue of JAMA arguing for the 2 different viewpoints. To...
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I am biomedical enginerring student, I am working to gather Ideas for my graduation project and I will appreciate if...
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I found this article: http://arizona.openrepository.com/arizona/handle/10150/185511 Heres a quote from it: I...
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I donated blood at the Red Cross yesterday, and now I'm wondering about some of the claims they make, and whether it's...
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This thread is about nasal sprays, not tablets. I'm always having problems with nasal infections so I want to learn...
Sep14-12 07:57 PM
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How much blood is lost when getting a blood panel and how long does it take to replenish?
Sep12-12 03:13 PM
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Does a medical or statistics professional who understands all this jargon want to lay it out for me? ...
Sep11-12 04:33 PM
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I've had hemorrhoids for around 5 years which and a couple of weeks ago they got bad enough that there was blood on...
Sep10-12 01:24 PM
Simon Bridge
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When people quit benzos after long term use, their withdrawal symptoms may last abnormally long times (i.e. some...
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Completely hypothetical, maybe even fictional :wink: question. If in the near future there arose a need to perform an...
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I had a deviated septum in my right nostril, I got the surgery (an absolutely horrendous experience because the doctor...
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My question is suppose we go to sleep without setting an alarm and intending to get up only when we wake up. How does...
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It is said that digital dental x-ray has less radiation. Is it because the sensor used that acts faster in capturing...
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What triggers the cancer related pain? I did some reading about pain (mostly wikipedia) and nociceptors and I...
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Everyone knows college is tough. My professer suggested to me that I should daily do some strenous exercise for at...
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I have a friend who has this strange condition. While eating rice, twice so far, the rice sort of blocks his throat...
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hello! which is the principle and technology that enables us to measure objectively myopia, astigmatism and...
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Example of medical issues against artificial contraceptives: The World Health Organization has classified oral...
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A recent abstract discusses the first report ever of the remission of an autoimmune disease from which I suffer,...
Aug27-12 03:48 PM
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The study has done a cost effective analysis of male circumcision. Is this study backed up with evidence ? (I don't...
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What is you best guess or has science already solved it?
Aug26-12 05:20 AM
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According to a program I heard yesterday, roughly 16% of Americans are deficient in Vitamin B12. There was also a...
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http://www.nytimes.com/2012/05/17/health/research/hdl-good-cholesterol-found-not-to-cut-heart-risk.html?_r=1
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I'm stunned by these twins, I've never seen such capable conjoined twins! Absolutely amazing and inspiring. ...
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Now my doctor is thinking my previous laparoscopic nissen fundoplication damaged my vagus nerve. This wasn't on the...
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