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Electronic Cigarettes

4-13-11

Electronic cigarettes, also known as E-Cigarettes, were introduced by a Chinese Manufacturing company called Ruyan in 2003. The device offers the same smoking sensation as a regular cigarette but is said to eliminate smoking’s lasting and harmful effects on health.  The E-Cigarette delivers nicotine in the form of vapor and is smokeless; therefore it can be used in the workplace, restaurants, and airports.   The liquid, which is available in a variety of flavors, is similar to tobacco made in Camel or Marlboro cigarettes. The liquid is turned into vapor through a rechargeable, battery operated heating element.

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How Does Radiation Exposure Affect the Human Body?

3-23-11

Recent earthquakes and subsequent nuclear plant failures have increased radiation levels significantly in Japan’s Fukushima region. High radiation levels have been found in food grown up to 75 miles from the crippled nuclear plant, and many locals have been evacuated from towns surrounding the plant. The anxiety surrounding radiation and its effect on the human body has been plaguing people worldwide who fear that elevated radiation levels may drift as far as the US.

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3-22-11

Narcolepsy affects about 1 in 2,000 people. It is a chronic neurological disorder that is thought to be genetic. If a person is narcoleptic, their brain is not able to go through the proper stages of dozing and deep sleep. Instead, it falls directly in to REM (rapid eye movement) sleep.  A narcoleptic person can suffer from any of the following; cataplexy (loss of muscle control, often triggered by emotions), hallucinations, sleep paralysis, nigh-time wakefulness, rapid entry into REM sleep. Symptoms of narcolepsy usually begin around age 10 - 25.

 
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Twin Telepathy: Fact or Fiction?

3-21-11

Monozygotic twins, also known as identical twins, evolve from one zygote that splits into two embryos. One common myth about identical twins is that they have the same DNA because they stem from the same embryo. While research proves that identical twins do not share identical DNA (or fingerprints, for that matter), no evidence exists to substantiate whether or not twins have a special mental connection. Is it possible for identical twins to possess a form of telepathy or extrasensory perception (ESP)?

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