Properties cultivation of soursop

The fruit is very delicate dark green covered with soft spines. Is relatively large, very thin shell. They should be harvested before ripe pulp is white, creamy, meaty, juicy and slightly acidic, measured 2-3 cm long, can weigh 2.5 kg in recent years, soursop extract has become widely acclaimed to have highly potent properties to fight cancer […]

What is the treatment for breast cancer?

A breast cancer diagnosis is followed by many questions and one of the first is, “What is the treatment for breast cancer?” Fortunately, there are many treatment options available for each type and stage of breast cancer today however, treatment is not suitable for everyone. Often, more than one treatment is necessary depending on the type of […]

What is Glaucoma and Cataract

What is Glaucoma and Cataract

What is Glaucoma and Cataract   Glaucoma – the increased pressure in the eye resulting in damage of the retinas optic nerve. Types of Glaucoma                                    Symptoms              Chronic open – angle glaucoma       […]

Functions Of Neurons

Neurone – are the basic structure unit of the nervous system. Axon – carries nerve impulses from the cell body. Dendron – carries impulses to the body of the cell. Myelin sheath – is a fatty material which is produced by schwann cells. Sensory neurons – conducts impulses from our sense organs towards the (CNS) Central […]

10 Easy and Natural Ways to Get Rid of Acne

10 Easy and Natural Ways to Get Rid of Acne

Are you looking for acne solutions that really work? The good news is, whether you’re a teenager or an adult suffering from acne, you don’t have to live with it. Here you can find 10 super easy and effective ways to get rid of acne. 1. Do not pick, press or rub your pimples. These […]

Influenza Sickness(Signs,Symptoms,treatment)

Influenza Sickness(Signs,Symptoms,treatment)

What Is Influenza? ·  According to the MedicineNet.com, influenza affects the respiratory tract and can be caused by several different viruses. The viruses that are responsible for influenza are usually broken down into the categories of A, B or C; each individually labeled according to its surface proteins. The viruses that cause influenza are unique […]