Preeclampsia and eclampsia are pregnancy-related high blood pressure disorders. Preeclampsia is a sudden spike in blood pressure. Eclampsia is more severe and can include seizures or coma. What’s the cause of preeclampsia? The exact cause of preeclampsia is not known. It’s thought to be improper functioning of the placenta includingRead More →

The absorptive state, or well-fed state, starts immediately after a meal consumption. Digestion begins in the mouth, where saliva begins to break down carbohydrates into smaller components. Carbohydrate digestion continues in the stomach and small intestines, along with protein and fat digestion. What is the fed state? Glossary. absorptive state:Read More →

Chancroid may be successfully treated with certain antibiotics. Lesions and ulcers can be expected to heal within two weeks. How do you treat chancroid at home? How can you care for yourself at home? Take your antibiotics as directed. … Do not have sexual contact with anyone while you areRead More →

2.2: Lysander wakes up and sees Helena. He instantly falls in love with her. 2.2: Lysander ditches Hermia in the woods and runs off after Helena, declaring his love for her. … 3.2: Puke reverses the spell so that when Lysander wakes up, he no longer wants Helena but isRead More →

Only fertilized eggs that have been incubated under proper conditions can become an embryo and develop into a chick. … MYTH: Fertilized eggs taste different from infertile eggs. FACT: There is absolutely no flavor difference between fertilized and unfertilized eggs. Are the chicken eggs that humans eat Fertilised or unfertilised?Read More →

Using a blender or juicer, mix together fresh parsley leaves with water, about one part leaves for every one part of water. At a rate of 1 teaspoon for every 20 pounds of dog, administer the green soup to your four-legged friend. Are parsley leaves safe for dogs? Parsley isRead More →

At high altitudes, oxygen molecules are further apart because there is less pressure to “push” them together. This effectively means there are fewer oxygen molecules in the same volume of air as we inhale. In scientific studies, this is often referred to as “hypoxia”. Why is air pressure higher atRead More →