Complete Response. In oncology, complete response is also known as complete remission.
Liver. Hepatocyte cells help remove toxins from the blood.
Less Than 5%. Worldwide, approximately 240 million people have chronic hepatitis B infection and 80 million people have chronic hepatitis C infection
Conduct Impulses And Reflexes. The brain and the spinal cord make up the central nervous system.
Se. Selenium (SE) and arsenic can be used to cure the toxic effects of each other.
Edta. Edta offers protection for blood cell especially for protecting the blood platelet,
In The Skull. The foramen magnum is a large opening in the base of the cranium through which the medula oblongata enters the skull.
Platelets. Platelets, small cells that do not contain DNA in their nucleus, have a lifespan of between eight and 12 days.
Sunny Windless Afternoons. It is best to avoid exercise in the city during sunny windless afternoons because car emissions create toxic ozone.
Ketosis. In 2005, the Atkins Nutritional company filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Edema. Edema is an abnormal accumulation of liquid under the skin or in one or more body cavities.
Young And The Restless. On "The Young and the Restless", the character Catherine Chancellor had a facelift which was actual footage of a facelift done on her portrayer, Jeanne Cooper.
Cataracts. Cataracts mostly affect distance vision and give problems with glare.
About Half An Inch A Month. The primary component of hair fiber is the protein known as keratin.
Breast. Breast cancer is the leading cancer for all women in the U.S., followed by lung cancer and colorectal cancer among white women.
Asthma. Asthma is a chronic disease of the air passages of the lungs which inflames and narrows them, causing breathlessness and wheezing.
Vitamin C Deficiency. Vitamin C is also known as "ascorbic acid".
Ten To Fifteen Minutes. A 10-15 minute cool-down should follow a workout.
Sodium Chloride. Sodium chloride, which is also known as Common Salt, occurs in nature in cubic crystals of rock salt.
Anorexia. Anorexia is an eating disorder which causes an individual to try to maintain a low body weight.