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THE EFFECTS OF LOW DOSE X-RAY ON THE EPIDIDYMA SPERM CELLS OF RATS

ABSTRACT This study examines the effects of low dose x-rays on the pH, sperm count, and sperm motility of the epididymal sperm cells of wistar rats. An experimental survey (case control study design) was adopted and a purposive sampling technique was used to select the species of mammals used for the experiment while a convenient sampling technique was used to select a nearby animal farm and a simple random technique was used to select the population of the male rats used. The population...

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Anderson Ugwu Premium 74 PAGES (13590 WORDS) Medical Radiography And Radiological Sciences Project 1317 Views 0 Orders
THE IMPACT OF HEALTH CARE FINANCING ON NIGERIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH

ABSTRACTThe way a country finances its health care system is a key determinant of the health of its citizenry. Selection of an adequate and efficient method(s) of financing in addition to organizational delivery structure for health services is essential if a country is set to achieve its national health objective of providing health for all. Health care in Nigeria is financed by tax revenue, out-of-pocket payments, donor funding, and health insurance (social and community). However, achievin...

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ABISOLA DOLAPO Premium 36 PAGES (8537 WORDS) Health Administration And Management Essay/Paper 928 Views 0 Orders
THE IMPACT OF HOMELESSNESS AMONG YOUTH IN UNITED KINGDOM

ABSTRACTHomelessness among youth in the UK is increasingly disturbing, with an estimatedannual increase of 10% of the homeless people. It was revealed that homelesspeople are more likely to die young, with an average age of death of 47 years. Theyoung adult suffering from it remains the worse hit. Homelessness increases the riskof having mental health problems and encountering barriers to social well-being dueto stigmitisation. Factors contributing to the development of homelessness werehighl...

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The influx of pornographic materials and its consequences on youth

This seminar paper examines the influx of pornographic materials and its effect on youths. Two major and broad factors responsible for the widespread of pornography are identified and fully examined. These include the technological and sexual revolutions. While the former facilitated the ease with which pornography could be accessed, the latter liberalized the attitude toward pornography. How these were full...

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The joy of the mother hoo

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Isy Mike 23 PAGES (6000 WORDS) Anatomy Seminar 0 Views 0 Orders
The many unknown benefits of moringa leaf

Moringa is called the Miracle Tree for good reason. Moringa oleifera tree has been called the tree of life in many cultures around the world, including Nigeria. It has many names based on its many uses: clarifier tree, horseradish tree and drumstick tree (referring to the large drumstick shaped pods) and in East Africa moringa is known as “mother’s best friend”.Here in the Nigeria, its names include Ewe Igbale in Yoruba, Zogelle in Hasusa and Idagbo monoye in Igbo.It is estimated that a...

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Chukwuemeka Eze 23 PAGES (13058 WORDS) Nutrition And Dietetics Essay/Paper 4508 Views 0 Orders
THE PATTERNS OF CHEST X-RAY REFERRALS, FINDINGS AND THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE REFERRING UNITS IN THE UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA TEACHING HOSPITAL, ITUKU-OZALLA, ENUGU

ABSTRACTBackground:  Chest x-ray remains a major tool for diagnosis and management of many diseases ravaging mankind.Aim:  To assess the chest-x-ray referral patterns and findings in the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital Ituku-Ozalla, Enugu.Patient and Method:  A retrospective study of 377 patients who underwent chest x-ray examination at the University of Nigeria Teaching Hospital, Ituku-Ozalla.Result: Chest x-ray (6,592) constituted above half of the total referrals(11,...

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THE PHYSIOLOGICAL ROLE OF OREXIN TO THE HUMAN SYSTEM.

ABSTRACT Orexins are recently discovered neuropeptides synthesized by neurons located in the posteriolateral hypothalamus. There are about 10,000 to 20,000 of these neurons in the hypothalamus and their axons extend throughout the brain and spinal cord where their receptors are located. The word Orexin is a Greek word reflecting orexigenic (appetite stimulating) activity of hormone. There are two type...

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PETER ODU Premium 12 PAGES (1450 WORDS) Physiology Seminar 925 Views 0 Orders
THE ROLE OF LINGUAL LIPASE IN SALIVA FUNCTION

Lingual lipase is a water soluble enzyme that primarily catalyses the breakdown of fats and converts them to free fatty acids, monoglycerides and diglycerides. They play an important role in food digestion. Lingual lipase which was discovered in 1976 is a member of a family of digestive enzymes called triacylglycerol lipases, that use the catalytic triad of aspartate, and serine to hydrolyze medium- and long-chain ...

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PETER ODU 8 PAGES (1482 WORDS) Physiology Essay/Paper 654 Views 0 Orders
THE ROLE OF NITRIC OXIDE IN THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

ABSTRACTNitric oxide is produced in high amount from the break down of arginine by a group of enzyme called nitric oxide synthase. Nitric oxide is an intercellular messenger that has been recognized as one of the versatile player in the immune system. Cells of the innate immune system such as macrophages, neutrophil and natural killer use patterns recognition receptors to recognize the molecular patters associated with ...

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