Artificial Cardiac Pacemakers

The heart is an essential organ possessed by every living human. It is vital as it pumps blood rich in oxygen (received from the lungs) to every living cell within the body and pumps deoxygenated blood to the lungs (from the body)1. In the opposite diagram of a human heart, the blue sections represent the […]

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The impact of the discovery of DNA on medicine, biotechnology and agriculture

DNA has had a massive impact on medicine and agriculture. Biotechnology, which I was less familiar with can be defined as “the application of organisms, biological systems or processes to the manufacturing and service industries” (The Royal Society, 1981). Whole organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi and algae are used and the estimated market is […]

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Stem Cell Research

After the car accident, Laura thought all hope was lost. She was paralyzed from the neck down because of her fractured vertebrae. Unable to accept the fact of never walking again she went down the road of stem cell research, her only hope. With stem cells, the majority of her fracture was repaired and with […]

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The Global Problem of Counterfeit Medicine

Medicines are chemicals or compounds made to cure, prevent or stop disease and relief symptoms or diagnose certain illnesses. Medicines are ultimately used to save lives, not just in humans but also in other life forms. Different types of medicines and how their made? Medicines come from a range of sources; they come from our […]

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Using Teams in Production and Operations Management

Johnson & Johnson is a company of enduring strength. They’ve been privileged to play a role in helping millions of people the world over be well and stay well through more than a century of change. The human health industry is constantly growing and Johnson and Johnson has strived to grow with it. Most importantly, […]

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