Empiric. Empirical treatment is used sometimes when antibiotics are given before the specific cause of an infection is known.
Riding In A Car. Amaxophobics have usually had a negative experience in a car.
Your Recruiter. Soldiers will spend 45 minutes a day, 4 - 5 times a week on physical training.
Stereocyte. Brain cells were thought to be incapable of regeneration until a 1998 study showed they may divide under certain circumstances.
Scaly Skin. The term ichthyosis is derived from two Greek words meaning "fish" and "disease".
Phenylalanine. Phenylketonurics are sensitive to phenylalanine.
One Cup Of Oatmeal. The U.S. government in 2005 recommended eating at least three ounces of whole grains a day.
India. According to the World Health Organization, as of 2017, tuberculosis is the world's deadliest infectious disease, causing more annual deaths than HIV.
Meat And Beans. USDA recommends that you make half your grains whole.
Joints. The synovium is a thick membrane that contains the synovial fluid.
Masters And Johnson. Masters And Johnson first studied human sexuality in the 1960's at Indiana University.
Skin. A reaction to poison ivy or poison oak is a type of contact dermatitis.
Yemen. The World Health Organization has reported over 900,000 cases and nearly 2200 deaths due to cholera from April to November 2017 in Yemen.
Tobacco Use. According to the World Health Organization, tobacco use led to 5.4 deaths in 2004.
Reduce Overall Body Fat. To reduce a "spare tire", you must develop a cardio workout combined with good nutrition to reduce overall body fat.
Chronic. High blood pressure, arthritis and high cholesterol are considered common chronic medical conditions.
Yogurt. Dairy products, such as yogurt and milk, are one of the best sources of calcium.
Synapses. A synapse allows a neuron to pass an electrical or chemical signal to another cell.
Hematocrit. The normal range of red blood cells is 41-50% for men and 36-44% for women.
Christine "George" Jorgensen. In 1952, George Jorgensen became Christine Jorgensen after the world's first sex-change operation in Denmark.