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GcMAF: The Secret Key to Restoring Your Immune SystemOf the several hundred supplements and medications I have tried over the course of my six-year journey to treat Lyme disease, I have found only a dozen or so products to be extremely beneficial. Gc…

“The bacteria appear pink. The macrophage (appearing blue) is stretching out and engulfing (eating) them”

Science Kids Activities - Science Experiments For Kids - STEM

Science Projects - Experiments - STEM Activities

Gross neuroanatomy - major brain structures. Adapted from Breedlove, Rosenzweig and Watson(2007)

Gross neuroanatomy - major brain structures: It is very important to understand the parts of the brain, what they do, how they work and how each brain injury effects different parts of the brain!

Heart valve and strings, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This is the tricuspid valve (upper right), seen from the right ventricle of the heart

☤ MD ☞☆☆☆ Heart valve and strings, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This is the tricuspid valve (upper right), seen from the right ventricle of the heart.

Major Muscles on the Front of the Body

Scientists make old muscles young again in attempt to combat aging An international team of scientists have identified for the first time a key factor responsible for declining muscle repair during.

How DNA works

Even though I'm a genetics major, it never ceases to amaze me. DNA, whose structure was discovered by Watson and Crick.

Bone marrow, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). This freeze-fracture has revealed the cavity (lumen) of a large venous sinus (pink), which contains mature blood cells (red), and developing white blood cells (blue). Either side of the sinus are the haemopoetic foci of the marrow (green). Magnification: x3000 when printed at 10 centimetres across | Steve Gschmeissner

Bone marrow revealing the cavity of a large venous sinus, which contains mature blood cells, and developing white blood cells. Either side of the sinus are the haemopoetic foci of the marrow.

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