Anemia is a condition where your body does not have enough healthy red blood cells moving through your blood. Without enough iron in your body, red blood cells cannot carry oxygen around efficiently, and the tissues in your body begin to suffer from this decreased oxygen supply. Iron deficiency anemia can occur for several reasons. Most commonly, iron deficiency occurs because of bleeding in the body, such as with excessive menstrual bleeding and bleeding in the digestive tract. ...
Question: Why is an Allen key called an? Answer: It isnБt. ItБs called a Бhex socket keyБ (hex short for БhexagonalБ). The hex key, or at least its means of manufacture, was devised by the Allen Manufacturing Company of Hartford, Connecticut, and patented in 1910. It was produced as the companion piece to the companyБs hexagonal socket screws. Making a screw whose head contained a socket was really a brilliant idea, offering an alternative to the protruding square head screws which required the use of a wrench with a square hole in it to tighten them. As the name suggests, these commonly-used screwsБ heads protruded from the surface of objects they had fastened, resulting in workersБ clothing becoming caught up and accidents being caused. Calling the hex key an, therefore, is similar to
This week, excitement was by the discovery of a Б planetБ within our astronomical neighborhood. Located about 20 away in the constellation of, the in question has temperatures ranging from Б25 to 160 degrees, orbits its star from a distance of. 146 (about 14 million miles), and has a mass 3 to 4 times that of the earth. In other words, this planet falls within the zone scientists have determined as Бjust rightБ for habitability Б not too hot, not too cold, not too far from its sun (or too close. ) Unofficially, the planet has been called ZarminaБs World, after the wife of the astronomy teamБs leader Stephen Voigt. However, no official means to name an exoplanet exists. The planet naming protocol to date is to designate the planetБs star and a lower case letter starting with b (the star
Dear Reader, Not only can women experience cramping, bloating, and feeling lousy during their period в sometimes they have the pleasure of other symptoms like loose stools. While many women experience few or no PMS symptoms, for some, PMS symptoms are enough to make a person wonder why human bodies can be so cruel. There may in fact be a physiological link between menstruation and diarrhea. Shortly before a woman's period begins, the cells forming the lining of the uterus begin to produce more prostaglandins. These hormone-like compounds perform a variety of functions including stimulating the smooth muscles in the uterus to contract and expel the accumulated uterine lining. During menstruation, the cells lining the uterus breakdown and release large amounts of prostaglandins to slough
: Look, I performed a public service. You act like that's a bad thing. : It is a bad thing, Bob! Uprooting our family *again* so that you can relive the glory days is a very bad thing! ] Reliving the glory days is better than pretending they never happened! : Yes! They happened, but this; our family, is what's happening now, Bob! And you're missing this! I can't believe you don't want to go to your own son's graduation! : It's not a graduation. He is moving from the fourth grade to the fifth grade. : It's a ceremony! : It's psychotic! People keep coming up with new ways to celebrate mediocrity, but if someone is genuinely exceptional. : This is not about you, Bob. ...
It is hard to imagine celbrating Christmas in the modern world without thinking about giving gifts. But, have you ever thought to yourself, Why do we give gifts at Christmas? In some ways, the tradition of giving gifts at Christmas is a very ancient tradition. In other ways, giving gifts at Christmas is a relatively new development, as well. In the Christian religion, the practice of giving gifts at Christmas is traced back to the gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh that were given to the Christ child by the three Magi. The magi were kings from the East, wise men who traveled a great distance following a star, to find the Christ child and to bring him gifts. The visit of the Magi to the Christ child was originally celebrated on the Feast of Epiphany on January 6th. Over time, the
Shrove Tuesday is on 13 February this year and people across the country will be celebrating the event by eating delicious pancakes. Whether itвs sweet or savoury, with a hint of lemon zest or even spread with Nutella, you may be wondering why we choose to eat pancakes on this day. Should employers be giving people the time and space to sleep at work? Shrove Tuesday always falls 47 days beforeВEaster (the date of which is based on the Lunar Calendar) so the date moves yearly but is always between 3 February and 9 March. Easter is scheduled to fall on the Sunday that follows the full moon on or after March 21, also known as the Spring Equinox. ...
As we give up our bodies to sleep, sudden twitches escape our brains, causing our arms and legs to jerk. Some people are startled by them, others are embarrassed. Me, I am fascinated by these twitches, known as. Nobody knows for sure what causes them, but to me they represent the side effects of a hidden battle for control in the brain that happens each night on the cusp between wakefulness and dreams. Normally we are paralysed while we sleep. Even during the most vivid dreams our muscles stay relaxed and still, showing little sign of our internal excitement. Events in the outside world usually get ignored: not that I d recommend doing this but experiments have shown that even if you sleep with your eyes taped open and someone flashes a light at you it is. But the door between the dreamer
Anyone whoБs heard the phrase Бbreaking the sealБ can empathize with the reality that drinking can make you really antsy in your pantsy, but do you know why that is? Naturally, a part of the reason is because youБre taking in an abundance of fluid, much of which has no nutritional value, and so it has to go somewhere. But, thereБs a more specific reason that explains those constant trips to the bathroom after youБve already let the first torrent loose. Alcohol acts as a diuretic by inhibiting the anti-diuretic hormone (ADH) known as. Booze blocks the release of ADH from the part of your brain called the hypothalamus, and that causes all kinds of problems when it comes to fluid retention. The entire concept of breaking the seal is a myth, of course. Yes, itБs true that youБre putting more
Philosophy cannot be learnt by rote or from a text book. Studying philosophy in depth develops reasoning powers by requiring focus on some of the most difficult, abstract and persistently worrying questions that engage reflective people. Philosophical studies provide intellectual virtues in demand beyond the university. communication skills: clarity, relevance, and succinctness in written and oral presentations comprehension: mastery of difficult and complex texts; listening to what others say, and appreciating different points of view; coping with a high level of uncertainty reflexivity: handling of second-order questions; awareness of one s own thinking and use of language; ability to assess one s own strengths and weaknesses, and those of others responsibility: ability to act