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Can you put Hydrogen Peroxide in Your Ear?

Hydrogen peroxide or H2O2 is a highly reactive pale blue liquid with string bleaching, antibacterial, and oxidizing properties. It has been used since ages to treat ear infections, alleviate ear pain, etc.It is used as a bleaching agent in the industrial sector, while in the medical sector it is used as an antiseptic and a […]

Sympathetic Nervous System

Sympathetic Nervous System

In times of emergencies, the body undergoes physiological and psychological changes, which help prepare it to face the danger. The body is able to respond in an unordinary way to encounter the emergency. The sympathetic nervous system is part of the autonomic nervous system, which plays the role of controlling involuntary functions in body including […]

Am I Depressed or Just Lazy?

Am I Depressed or Just Lazy?

Sometimes, people may confuse depression with laziness. Laziness could be a symptom of being depressed but depression may not necessarily mean that you are lazy. It is important people understand what these two conditions or situations mean. Depression is a common condition but people tend to confuse it with other disorders. In the same way, […]

Worms in human feces

Worms in human feces

Worms in human feces is a sign of intestinal worn infestation. Americans and Europeans are most likely to suffer from pinworms in human feces while nearly 50 people of the remaining population experience infestation by worms like roundworms, hookworms, and whipworms, etc. The infestation typically occurs during childhood. In third-world countries, worms in human feces […]

How long does Alcohol Stay in Your System - Blood, Urine and Breath?

How long does Alcohol Stay in Your System – Blood, Urine and Breath?

When you take alcohol, is begins to enter your body system and stays in blood until it is flushed out. Alcohol consumption raises many debates and some scientists state that it has its own health benefits in body if taken moderately. Studies show that people who moderately drink alcohol may live longer and tend to […]

Xipoid Process

Xipoid Process

In anatomical terms, a process refers to a projection or an outgrowth occurring from another body part. When you talk about xiphoid Process, it is a small bony or cartilaginous projection that emanates from the lowermost portion of breastbone or sternum. The xiphoid Process is also known as the xiphisternal bone or xiphisternum. The xiphisternum […]

Trochlear Notch

Trochlear Notch

Trochlear notch is a deep notch facing anterior in the ulna’s thick proximal end. It is the articular surface that is covered with cartilage and it receives the trochlea of humerus— a pulley like structure. On its lower end, it borders the coronoid process while on its upper border there is the anterior projection of […]

When is the latest you can get an Abortion?

Abortion refers to the medical term for the process of ending a pregnancy to prevent the birth of the baby. It is also known as ‘termination’ or ‘termination of pregnancy’. Termination of a pregnancy depends on the number of weeks passed without menstruation which means the number of weeks of being pregnant. Why a woman decides […]

What is the Obturator nerve?

What is the Obturator nerve?

The obturator nerve is the biggest nerve in the front lumbar plexus, which is a group of nerves or a nerve network present in the lower back region. This cluster of nerves acts as a passageway for electrochemical signals that connect the brain to the abdomen, back, knees, and groin, and are regarded as constituents […]

Obturator Internus

The obturator internus is the name of a fan-shaped muscle which commences near the obturator foramen on the pubis’ medial surface, features varied vital fascial connections, continues posterior-laterally, and connects to the femur’s greater trochanter’s inner surface. Along with 5 other muscles, the obturator internus is classified as the ‘deep six’ muscles that help externally […]