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What is Diabetes Mellitus by Norma Martin

By at July 24, 2014 | 7:38 am | 0 Comment

Diabetes Mellitus is one of the most common diseases affecting millions of Americans today.  Within my own family circle three family members suffer from this disease.  My mother and mother-n-law have type II diabetes, my young nephew was recently diagnosed with type I diabetes.  The worst thing is watching them attempt to live normal lives while constantly monitoring more...

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Link Between Colorectal Cancer and Bacteria by Tom Noerper

By at June 26, 2014 | 9:42 am | 0 Comment

Introduction In the U.S., colorectal cancer is the third most common form of cancer, and the second most deadly form of cancer (CDC, Colorectal Statistics). Risk factors for colorectal cancer include pre-existing inflammatory bowel disease, colitis, or Crohn’s disease; hereditary factors; sedentary lifestyle, low-fiber diet, obesity, and use of alcohol or tobacco. more...

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Microbiology Unknown Lab Report | Microbiology

By at June 26, 2013 | 7:07 pm | 1 Comments

 Microbiology UNKNOWN LAB REPORT Kateryna Petrakova INTRODUCTION Microorganisms cause a great amount of diseases. For healthcare providers it is very important to be aware of what organisms are pathogenic and cause a disease and, therefore, to find an appropriate treatment. Different microorganisms require various environments in order to replicate and to become more...

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Unknown Lab Report, Microbiology | Enterobacter aerogenes

By at June 26, 2013 | 6:47 pm | 2 Comments

MICROBIOLOGY UNKNOWN LAB REPORT by Cheryl A. Glaeser  Enterobacter aerogenes and Enterococcus faecalis   INTRODUCTION:             Bacteria serve many different roles in people’s lives today.  It is important to identify bacteria and differentiate pathogenic and non-pathogenic organisms.  By identifying the organism present in infectious more...

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Diabetes by Litrease French

By at March 4, 2013 | 7:28 am | 0 Comment

My father is a 47 year old African American and he has diabetes. I found out about his condition about a year ago.  At that point I made it my business to learn everything I could about diabetes. My father tried to make it seem as if it wasn't serious, but we as his kids already knew the truth.  Some days he looks normal and is very active. Other days he just lay more...

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