Anatomy & Physiology

Anatomy & Physiology

A Brief Note on Fear

Fear occurs as a response to danger in all animals and people. When the fear occurs, the amygdale and hypothalamus regions in the brain get activated. Adrenaline and cortisol hormones are produced and released into the blood stream Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 07/02/2013 at 00:46

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Eating Disorder and its Affects

Anorexia nervosa is a psychological disorder. It is usually referred to as eating disorder. This disorder often occurs in females compared to males. This disorder develops in children and young adults. The cause of the disease is not known exactly but research is being conducted to estimate the causes. Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 01/02/2013 at 07:47

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Lactose Intolerance: Occurrence and Treatment

The inability to absorb the lactose is called lactose intolerance. This results in some abnormalities, when milk products are taken. Lactose is made of glucose and galactose. The lactose is absorbed by the intestine, when lactose splits into glucose Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 24/01/2013 at 07:25

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Different Aspects of Nightmares

Nightmares are a usual process that occurs during sleep. Nightmares are threatening and scary. It cause fear, anxiety and sadness.It also cause disturbance in sleep and the person was unable to sleep. Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 10/01/2013 at 03:12

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Different Types of High Blood Pressure

High blood pressure is due to increase in blood pressure, more than 140/90 mm Hg. High blood pressure is caused due to high pressure in the arteries, which does not show any symptoms, and often cause damage of certain organs. When blood pressure Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 07/01/2013 at 03:14

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Dandruff: Occurrence, Cause & Treatment

Dandruff is dead skin cells shedding from the scalp. Dandruff is also called as seborrhoea. Generally, dandruff is said to occur in areas where, oil production (sebum) is high. The most affected areas by dandruff include scalp, ears, face and skin folds. Read more…

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Posted by Rosie Santos - 15/12/2012 at 02:09

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