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The Human Body I

The human race has for long been very interested in the human body. After all it is unique as our own face, our identity among a multitude of species. Then again it is one of our most exclusive possessions, so … Continue reading

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Biochemistery, the Web of Life

Biochemistry is considered to be one of the most challenging subjects undertaken. While most chemistry in general deals with strictly isolated reactions, substances and their properties, in biochemistry each reaction, substance and property is a part of a huge network … Continue reading

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Pituitary Gland, the Body’s Director.

Pituitary gland is a really amazing component of our body. Situated in the skull, this gland the size of a pea is awesome. It secretes a total of 8 hormones, 6 from anterior pituitary and 2 from posterior. It is … Continue reading

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Clones

Genes do not make a person. However we might howl that, ” I can’t help myself…”, ” It’s in my blood (or genes in our enlightened present) ” and a number of other justifications the fact remains that genes do … Continue reading

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Sanctuary

Sanctuary basically means a safe haven. In history religious shrines have mostly figured as places where violence was prohibited. The oppressed or people in any kind of danger would flee to the church to escape attack or even justice. Like … Continue reading

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ghosts in my books

When i open my books a thousand ghosts rise out of them and if i am under no pressure to finish the chapter i leave today and join them in a timeless world. Here i listen to tales as ancient … Continue reading

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the Paintings in the Stairwell

It was early and hushed in contrast to the normal brisk activity. There were three of them, one on each of the half landings in the hospital. I was quite alone as i climbed the stairwell and was faced by … Continue reading

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