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Abraham Maslow in his theory of human motivation. In his theory, Maslow purported that humans have physiological needs that are essential for our survival, and placed sex along with breathing, eating, sleeping, drinking, homeostasis, and excretion
Last Updated Jul 24, 2014 11:15 PM EDT A dose of experimental serum was given to an American aid worker battling the Ebola virus in Liberia at the request of her stricken colleague, according to the relief group Samaritan’s Purse. In a statement, the group said that Nancy Writebol was to…
Source:Ebola patient to be transferred to Atlanta hospital
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IntroductionAbout half a million people in South Africa are deprived of antiretroviral therapy (ART), and there is little systematic knowledge on who they are ? e.g. by severity of disease, sex, or socio-economic status (SES). We performed a systematic review to determine the current…
Source:Equity in utilization of antiretroviral therapy for HIV-infected people in South Africa: a systematic review
There may be many pitfalls in an argument which equates sensation in humans with nervous discharges from frogs skin. – Edgar Adrian, 1932 Nobel Prize in Medicine Humans seem to experience pain, whether acute or persistent, in a unique way. As a species, we have evolved from having very simple…
Source:'I feel your pain': measuring the unmeasurable
Two new meta-analyses involving tree nuts (almonds, Brazil nuts, cashews, hazelnuts, macadamias, pecans, pine nuts, pistachios and walnuts) were recently published in the online publications, British Medical Journal Open (BMJ Open) and PLOS ONE. The BMJ Open article looked at the effects of tree…
Source:Tree nuts have positive impact on glycemic control in diabetes and on metabolic syndrome criteria
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Full-grown adults sitting on laps of Egyptian giants
A “God” sent “angels” (akasha-devas) to teach humans, but they fell into “sin” (sex with human women). That angels from lofty space mated with “the daughters of men” has often been seen as quite controversial. It was censored by the early Church Fathers of Christianity, who also changed their mind about sex and instituted the rule of celibacy for monks and priests, who were previously married (but who then went on, in their frustration, to molest and rape children and women and each other).