During the great 1960’s drugs were heavily consumed by the people, thus the iconic view of the 1960’s was born. People weren’t necessarily addicted at first, but because the “hippies” were a group of mostly teens and young adults they were still exploring themselves. Whether it was spiritually or self realization, it still involved most often one of three common drugs for the time period. Marijuana was one of these major drugs that was used in the 1960’s.
Andrew Weil, md, in his broadly read book, Spontaneous Healing, contends that guided symbolism utilizes a type of mesmerizing to prompt mending. He expresses that guided symbolism engages patients by urging them to build up their own systems for overseeing disease.
However, after some hours have passed they can start to feel hot, have swollen skin, detect a high fever, vomit, experience nausea, confusion, dehydration and experience excruciating pain around the infected area that can also be covered with blisters that contain a dark liquid within. NF can also cause shock with organs as well as respiratory failure, lowering of blood pressure and renal failure. NF is not very common, but when it strikes the aftermath of the infection is not pretty to look at. This specific infection is one of the most painful because it rots limbs while the patient is still actively aware and physically
Race is a specific characteristic, used to classify individuals into groups. It is considered a cultural construct because there are no biological affiliations with race. It is something that our society has culturally defined, agreed upon, and accepted. I will be presenting three different scientific facts to support this statement. First, race is produced by the dominant group of society and classified by analyzing a person’s skin color.
Aseptic technique was initiated at the beginning of this experiment by cleaning the work surface with disinfected wipes. Personal protectives equipment was also worn. The material utilized in this experiment was: S. epidermidis culture broth, sterile cotton swab, streak plate, forceps in 70% alcohol, a lit tea light, and the three antibiotic disks (novobiocin, gentamicin, penicillin). The first step, I divided a plate into three quadrants and labelled them with the different antibiotic names. Using the lit tea light, like a bursen burner, I flamed the mouth of the S. epidermidis culture. The sterile cotton swab was inserted in the S. epidermidis culture and twirled around to obtain a specimen. The entire plate was inoculate with the swab from top to bottom, to achieve a lawn of growth. The dry forceps was used to remove the antibiotic disk into the appropriate spot on the plate. This process was repeated for the all antibiotics with aseptic technique being used. The plate was incubate with lid up on the bookshelf at room temperature for 48 hours. After 48 hours, I observed different growth patterns around the disks. I measured the zone of inhibition of each antibiotic and document them on Microbiology task 3
Seizures occur due to an abnormal electrical charge in the brain. There are two different types of seizures: generalized and partial seizures. They are classified as two different groups because of where and how they begin. Generalized seizures begin with an electrical charge that affects both sides of the brain at one time. Partial seizures begin with one electrical impulse that only affects a small part of the brain. Unusually low blood sugar levels, brain injuries, strokes, brain tumors, cancer, the used of drugs such as cocaine, medications and flashing lights can be the cause of a seizure. Epilepsy is a disorder in which nerve cell activity is disturbed and causes seizures. However, doctors can use several tests to determine if a person
A trypticase soy agar plate was used and after incubation, four drops of 3% Hydrogen Peroxide was added to the plate to flow over the bacterial growth. A presence of bubbling was observed.
Chipotle is one of the most successful restaurant in the U.S. but every organization got some weakness and problems, today I would like to share with you what is the biggest chipotle’s problem ever that cost this restaurant a lot of money and lose trust from costumers and bad image in the media which is POISONING !! :-
Infectious diseases are the invasion of host organisms, (microbes) which can be invisible to the eyes. The microbes are also known as pathogens. A microbe infects an organism (which is known as the host of the microbe). In a human host, the microorganism causes a disease by either disrupting an important body process or by stimulating the immune system to mount a defensive reaction. The pathogen, interferes with the normal functioning of the host and can lead to chronic wounds, gangrene, loss of an infected limb, and even death. The host's response to infection is inflammation. An interaction between parasite and host, whereby the relationship is beneficial for the former but detrimental to the latter, is characterized as parasitism.
The National Institute of Health reports that nearly 48 million Americans get sick each year from eating contaminated food. The illness is seldom fatal, but seniors are not only at greater risk of becoming ill from contaminated foods, but they are at greater risk of severe complications. The two best-known causes of the illnesses are the E.coli and salmonella bacteria.
Three test were conducted based on the result of the gram staining procedure. Blood agar with a Novobiocin disk was chosen as well as DNase (DNA) and Mannitol Salts (MSA) agar. The Blood agar is a bright red, opaque plate and the streaking or the inoculation technique was a modified streaking for isolation with a heavy quadrant one. This is where the antibacterial disc bacitracin was used to determine the bacteria’s susceptibility.
Diseases are caused by bacteria, which is a single-celled organism. While many people think all bacteria is harmful, there are actually a lot of species of bacteria that are advantageous.
The majority of cells making up the human body are diploid cells carrying identical DNA, with the exception of haploid gametes and red blood cells. Several types of biological evidence such as blood and hair are commonly used in forensic science, which is the scientific study of evidence for crime scene investigations and other legal matters. Forensic science is used for the purpose of DNA analysis, this is the analysis of DNA samples to determine if it came from a particular individual. DNA analysis is done by obtaining DNA samples from an individual; next, a large sample of DNA is produced from amplified selected sequences from the DNA collected. Finally, the amplified DNA regions are compare using a gel. DNA Profiling
Fever, rash and neurological disorders do not happen. Most patients recover on their own after 8-24 hours. In severe cases, there are possible hypovolemia and hypotension. Staphylococcal food toxicosis are produced by the enterotoxins of Staphylococcus Aureus formed in the contamination of food and trapped with it in the stomach. As the body receives a ready enterotoxin, the incubation period is short. Staphylococcal enterotoxins are thermostable and maintain heating to such a temperature at which staphylococci themselves are killed. The incidence is quite high. In fact, it is higher in the summer than at other times of the year. The reason most often is related to meat dishes and cakes with custard, perhaps because staphylococci, being resistant to high concentrations of protein, salt and sugar, thrive in these products without being competitive. Outbreaks are usually associated with the consumption of food with long shelf life at room temperature. Food is often shatters due to the pollution of inventory and poor personal hygiene people which are engaged into the foo
S. aureus is a non-motile facultative anaerobic bacteria. This bacteria can survive long periods in the environment; so it is readily transmissible. S. aureus causes a number of medical infections and is the leading cause of wound infections. It is an opportunistic bacteria, and infects any population. It favors the skin, since it is part of the normal flora. Its virulence factor comes from multiple things within the cell and these things contribute to the types of infections they cause. Two important virulence factors are a secreted protein called coagulase and clumping factor. Some other virulent factors are the capsule, enterotoxins, exfoliatin, toxic shock syndrome toxin, and alpha toxin. The enterotoxins cause food poisoning in humans. The exfoliatin caused scalded skin syndrome. Toxic shock syndrome toxin causes rash, diarrhea, and shock in humans. The last virulent factor is the alpha toxin. This makes holes in the host cell membrane. S. aureus causes a number of medical conditions and is not rare or uncommon to the human population or medical knowledge. (Nester, Allen & Salm, 2012, pgs. 275 and