Monkeypox: what we know so far Members Public

Following the current epidemic, we have increased our awareness of new and emerging illnesses. Therefore, when the monkeypox outbreak started, we were watching to see if it would spread similarly to the COVID-19. This article will inform us about the most recent developments in the study of monkeypox. History of

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Health

ANAESTHESIA Members Public

There are many unique phrases used to describe the feeling of being under anaesthesia, including knocked out, going under, sedated, and put to sleep. The term anaesthesia refers to the loss of sensation. The use of medications to prevent or minimize discomfort during a medical treatment is known as anesthesia.

Augustine Wianicho
Medicine

BIOLOGICAL OXYGEN DEMAND Members Public

‌‌Oxygen is equally important as water is for living beings. No, wander oxygen does not contain water but water contains oxygen. Most living things need oxygen to survive, and without oxygen, organisms can not grow, reproduce and turn food into energy. In contrast, water is a basic need for all

ASANTEWAA BEATRICE
ASANTEWAA BEATRICE
Biochemistry

HOST-MICROBE INTERACTION AND DISEASE PROCESS. Members Public

Have you ever heard of immunity? What of infection? Great, then you know what follows. The commonest basis of infection for human beings is the human being. Wow, what a contradiction you say. Yeah, we've all suffered one or two symptoms of diseases where we blame the organism causing that

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ASANTEWAA BEATRICE
Microbiology

ENZYMES AND CATALYSIS Members Public

‌‌Have you ever thought of what is going on inside your body at any given time? There is a lot of movement and bombardment of substances across the length and breadth of the human body. These movements are known as chemical reactions. Our body is made up of many systems,

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FRANCIS DZAMEFE

The last tree Members Public

Have you ever heard of the popular saying that when the last tree dies, the last man dies? What is your opinion? Do you believe trees are that significant to mankind? If yes, why do we keep chopping them for our personal gains? Maybe a reminder of their roles in

JESSICA MAWU-KOENYA BANSAH
Environmental Science

THE ARTEMIS MISSION; GOING BACK TO THE MOON Members Public

That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind - Neil Armstrong, July 20, 1969 (First man to walk on the moon)Apollo 11 was the first American spaceflight mission to land humans on the Moon, taking place from July 16 to 24, 1969. On July 20,

Augustine Wianicho
Astronomy

Water borne-diseases Members Public

It has been raining heavily for some weeks now. Homes have been flooded and many have been displaced. Unfortunately, these are not the only disadvantages of the heavy downpours. The rainy season increases the chance of getting some diseases whether you have been displaced from your home or not. Let

JESSICA MAWU-KOENYA BANSAH
Health