Lessons for Medicine

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  • What Killed the Seeds? Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico - … Spongosorites sp.; anti-inflammatory agent The goal of the 2003 Medicines from the Deep Sea Expedition is to discover new resources … invertebrates that produce pharmacologically active sub- 2 oceanexplorer.noaa.gov Medicines from the Deep Sea: Exploration of the Gulf of Mexico … among sessile invertebrates. Briefly introduce the objectives of the 2003 Medicines from the Deep Sea Expedition. Highlight the initial steps in …
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  • Almost No Poor Countries by 2035 - … their more successful neighbours. Countries will also benefit from new medicines, better seeds for farmers, and the Internet. Gates said many … / the next two decades / nations / good news / copying / successful / neighbours / medicine / growing / poverty Have a chat about the topics you liked … their more successful neighbours. Countries will also benefit from new medicines, better seeds for farmers, and the Internet. Gates said many …
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  • Don't have Issues, Learn the Tissues! - … . As a brief introduction, students explore current topics in regenerative medicine and cutting-edge technology in medical sciences associated with disease … organ function? How can knowledge of histology help develop regenerative medicine? Teaching Phase: How will the teacher present the concept or … gather information through teacher-led, student-driven discussion on regenerative medicine. Students will journal ideas and journal entries will be graded …
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  • American Revolutionary War Kick-Off - … would have created. Unit Lesson #7 (Science) Title: Revolutionary War Medicine Academic Standard(s): 5.1.12 (Social Studies) - The American … would have helped, instruments that would be used, methods, and medicine used to help the healing process. Advanced Preparation by Teacher … Methods: ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Name:____ Medicine Report Checklist Medicine Treatment Doctor Method Instruments Unit Lesson #8 (Writing) Title …
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  • The Ethical Considerations of Personal Genomics - … treatment of diseases. These are enhancing the notion of personalized medicine, which aims to customize an individual's health care by … treatment of diseases. These are enhancing the notion of personalized medicine, which aims to customize an individual's health care by … benefits to personalized genetic testing and medicine? Can you think of any downsides to personalized medicine? What kinds of measures would you …
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  • Genetic Engineering - … traits. Using biotechnology before exploring other options, particularly in reproductive medicine. For example, technology enables scientists to implant an egg from … be concerning biotechnology in reproductive medicine. Discussion Questions 1. Discuss issues involved with biotechnology and reproductive medicine. For example, the technology may … the ethical issues of biological research and applications, especially in medicine. Context: Scientists must considerbioethicsto make appropriate decisions about some medical …
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  • Spiritual Beliefs versus Christianity - … class period- 51 minutes Teacher Input: Outline Notes: 1) The Medicine Man a) He was a holy man with much power … predict the future 1) Medicine women a) She used herbs has medicine and took care of all medicines-similar to a nurse today … of the families priest or pastor of the church. The medicine men took care of his patients both physically and spiritually … well being of the individual was looked at by the medicine men) 2) The Indians used animal symbols for protection. Is …
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  • Harvesting Health - … and use of Collapse and Revival of linked to human medicinal plants. American Community," health. The mounting dozens of studies have … which plants defines the earliest phase. cancer, depression, and possessed medicinal During the following phase, premature death," he properties. For the … , quarantining, degree of trust have sedative for headaches and potent medicines for such a positive effect and insomnia, and the treating …
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  • Biocomplexity Research: WANTED: Biocomplexity Scientist - … Koch http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1905/koch-bio.html http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1968/holley-bio.html http … /chemistry/laureates/1978/mitchell-bio.html http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1986/cohen-autobio.html 10) Robert Holley 11) Peter … /biography/Berzelius.html 14) Paul Ehrlich http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1908/ehrlich-bio.html http://www.nobel.se/chemistry … -bio.html http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1962/crick-bio.html http://www.nobel.se/medicine/laureates/1953/krebs-bio.html …
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  • Plants / Animals seen by Lewis & Clark - … explore and answer the question: What medicinal plants/plants were used for food or medicine or animals were seen by Lewis & Clark … determined. High School classes will expand on this and examine medicinal qualities of plants mentioned in Lewis & Clark's journal writings … and document their sources. They will include digital photos of medicinal plants. They will post this information and brief descriptions. Distant …
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