October 1, 2020

Science File

Healthy life is yours

Undergraduate Science

Oriental Medicine (OM) is a traditional Chinese medical practice that is based on the concept of balanced flow of energy through human bodies. Curriculums of first year course in chiropractor schools. Students normally studies philosophy and principles of Chiropractic; human anatomy; physiology; cell biology and histology; biomechanics; radiographic anatomy. In this established world of technology, scientists have developed many alternative ways to test medications, which are safer and more effective for humans and animals. 95% of the products tested on animals fail on humans. Our anatomy is different to that of an animal. Although some testing on animals have shown very promising results in animals they are not effective when used on a human. Not only is time, money and animals lives being wasted, but effective treatments are mistakenly discarded and harmful treatments are getting through with huge amounts of suffering. Alternative scientific tests are more reliable as the experiments on rats, guinea pigs, baboons, mice, and monkeys have proved to have no connections to the human anatomy. Alternatively, the use of human tissues in toxicity is more accurate than the animal’s model. There is no doubt that best test species for humans are humans so why are these poor creatures suffering for nothing. Due to the interspecies in anatomy, physiology and biochemistry, it is clearly not possible to generalise animal data directly to humans. Makes innovation in health care and sciences with the help of technology. Nurse Practitioner (NP): A Nurse Practitioner is a registered nurse with advanced academic and clinical experience. They have the ability to diagnose and manage common chronic illnesses, either separately, or as part of a health care team. In most states, a nurse practitioner has the capability to prescribe medications. Up to the late-90s, Douglas Rushkoff’s philosophy towards technology could be characterized as media-deterministic. Cyberculture and new media were supposed to promote democracy and allow people to transcend the ordinary. The Greek theory of the elements and the humours was based on the belief that everything is formed of combinations of four elements – air, water, earth and fire – which correspond to four qualities – cold, wet, dry and hot. The ancient Greeks thought that the qualities blended to form four humours in the body: blood (hot and wet), yellow bile (hot and dry), black bile (cold and dry), and phlegm (cold and wet). Good physical and mental health was supposed to depend on the correct balance of the humours. Early forms of virtual reality included blocky looking graphics and crude renderings which did not take long to produce but would not meet today’s ever increasing demands. People want faster, smoother and lifelike scenarios which make greater demands on processing speed, memory and rendering time.