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What s the success of modified ericsson method for gender selection of boy. My gun said 85 %. Is that accurate. I want scientific and stat based?

What s the success of modified ericsson method for gender selection of boy. My gun said 85 %. Is that accurate. I want scientific and stat based?

Sorry...: The ericsson method has no scientific basis to back up its claims. No study has been able to show that it has any validity. The only way to be sure of the gender of the baby is in-vitro fertilization. ...Read more

Inhalants (Definition)

Inhalants are any chemicals that emit vapors that can be inhaled. Usually inhalants refers to chemicals that are dangerous to humans when inhaled, such ...Read more


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What is the meaning of scientific method?

See below: The principles and empirical processes of discovery and demonstration considered characteristic of or necessary for scientific investigation, generally involving the observation of phenomena, the formulation of a hypothesis concerning the phenomena, experimentation to demonstrate the truth or falseness of the hypothesis, and a conclusion that validates or modifies the hypothesis. ...Read more

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What is the order of the scientific method about?

Reproducibiliy: Scientific method is a process designed to allow the reproducible design of experiments so that others can confirm the data. It is the basis of scientific knowledge. Generally it requires a hypothesis (what do you want to find out), procedure (how to find it out), results (what did you find out) and conclusions (what does your research mean). Some also add a discussion for perspective. ...Read more

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What is the scientific name of opium?

What is the scientific name of opium?

lachryma papaveris: Opium is derived from the flower pods of the poppy seed plant (papaver somniferum). Opium (lachryma papaveris) is the dried latex or sap that is extracted from tearing of the pods. Opium contains chemicals know by their own scientific name: morphine [ (5α, 6α)-7, 8-didehydro- 4, 5-epoxy- 17- methylmorphinan- 3, 6-diol)], codeine, & other alkaloids such as thebaine and oripavine. ...Read more

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What is the scientific term for porphyria?

What is the scientific term for porphyria?

Porphyria: There are nine subtypes, each different, due to deficiency of a particular enzyme. ...Read more

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Can inhalants affect the nervous system?

Can inhalants affect the nervous system?

You bet: Especially glue sniffing, which can destroy the white matter of the brain. ...Read more

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What is the scientific name of hepatitis b?

What is the scientific name of hepatitis b?

Hepatitis B virus: A human antigen was found in australian aborigines in 1965 and was called australian antigen. It was subsequently called hepatitis b surface antigen and its association with acute hepatitis was established. Infectious hepatitis, previously known was called hepatitis a. ...Read more

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What is the scientific diagnosis of whiplash?

What is the scientific diagnosis of whiplash?

See below: Cervical sprain-strain. The ligaments, tendons and muscles supporting the head in the neck have been stretched and injured. ...Read more

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Can there be a scientific reason for food cravings?

Can there be a scientific reason for food cravings?

Absolutely, yes: I agree with dr. Lavi about some of the brain regions affected in food cravings. Studies have also shown that the nucleus accumbens -- the same area of brain "reward system" so well known in other addictions -- is also involved in sugar cravings. Http://tinyurl. Com/m5t3489 blood sugar and Insulin response --and hunger & food cravings afterwards -- increased with high sugar-containing foods. ...Read more

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What is the scientific name for the fear of blades?

What is the scientific name for the fear of blades?

Found a Couple Names: Xyrophobia: the fear of razor blades, straight razors, and/or other shaving devices, also the fear of shaving or being shaved. I also found aichmophobia: the fear of knives or other sharp objects. ...Read more

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What is the scientific evidence of what causes sids?

What is the scientific evidence of what causes sids?

SIDS: Sids still remains largely a mystery. In recent years, some of the new findings include: some of it is genetic and runs in families; some of it is clearly due to parental intentional injury; some of it is accidental--either a parent lying on the infant while asleep, or by bedding; there was a large reduction in sids events when md groups campaigned to have babies lie on their back for sleep. ...Read more

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What is the scientific / full name if the rotavirus?

What is the scientific / full name if the rotavirus?

Rotavirus: The scientific name is simply "rotavirus." there are five species, cleverly named a, b, c, d, and e. ...Read more

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Is there scientific evidence that attachment parenting is better?

Is there scientific evidence that attachment parenting is better?

Attachment: Healthy attachments between a child and a parent are essential to raise healthy children. There is lots of research to back this up. This means lots of love and affection and making sure the child's needs are met, including food, shelter, attention, teaching, positive environment and boundaries.. ...Read more

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I need to know if there is a scientific reason for food cravings?

I need to know if there is a scientific reason for food cravings?

There are multiple: Scientific studies of appetite and food cravings which are connected to how our brain regulates the basic need to eat in order to survive. ...Read more

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Can you please describe the effects and scientific name of rubella?

Can you please describe the effects and scientific name of rubella?

Rubella: Scientific name rubella, people alkno it as german measles. It is manifested by a non itchy generalized rash, low grade fever. The problem with rubella is getting the disease by women when pregnant because of the potential sode effects on their babies: heart disease, cataracts and mental retardation. ...Read more

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What is the scientific explaination for why steam is good for asthma?

What is the scientific explaination for why steam is good for asthma?

?: Who said steam is good for asthma? Depending on severity you need bronchodilators and or antiinflammatory agents. ...Read more

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Is there any scientific proof that worry contributes to turning grey?

Is there any scientific proof that worry contributes to turning grey?

May contribute: Graying of hair is related to genetic predisposition. Age of initial graying is largely a matter of genetics. However stressors: nutritional deficiencies, chemotherapy, traumatic head injuries, low vitamin B levels, zinc deficiency, severe illness, surgery & marked emotional stress may impact earlier depigmentation in people who are already predisposed to gray hair. Aging is a significant factor. ...Read more

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Is there any scientific studies for advanced allergy thferapeutics?

Is there any scientific studies for advanced allergy thferapeutics?

Lots!: Summaries of most all published articles are available through http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed : JACI, JACI in Practice, Annals of Allergy, Allergy and Asthma Proceedings, Clin and Exp Allergy - not to mention NEJM, JAMA, Pediatrics, etc. Since allergy is really immunology, there is now an explosion of research. It is a very exciting field. ...Read more

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Any upcoming and anticipated scientific breakthroughs to decrease tinnitus?

Any upcoming and anticipated scientific breakthroughs to decrease tinnitus?

Tinnitus: The most common cause of tinnitus is hearing loss. No medicines have been shown to help, but the severity can be lessened with masking the noise (background noise), using a hearing aid (if indicated) and trying biofeedback. Tinnitus can also be from medicines, stress, rarely rumors or irregular blood flow in the head. ...Read more

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What are the differences between pseudo-scientific claims and alternative medicines?

What are the differences between pseudo-scientific claims and alternative medicines?

Night and day: Pseudo-scientific claims refer to any assertion that "sounds" good but has no scientific backing--including many conventional treatments or lifestyle choices like whether coffee/wine are "good for you." alternative or complementary medicine uses treatments such as herbs, accupuncture, etc. Not part of mainstream medicine. Many have little research to back their claims for safety and efficacy. ...Read more

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Are there any scientific, biological reasons to be sexually abstinent before marriage?

Sexuality: No, unless you are of a religious or moral persuasion where you believe it violates either of these convictions. Best. ...Read more

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Can there be any scientific self test for checking the general mental health of a person?

Can there be any scientific self test for checking the general mental health of a person?

No quick test: It is best to see your doctor or a mental health professional. The fact that a person is looking for a quick test makes the case that a consultation would probably be best. It is complicated. ...Read more

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Is there any scientific truth to the adage that "opposites attract" in love relationships?

Yes: Yes, it is often the case. However, those areas can become progressively more polarized in a relationship and eventually damage it. ...Read more

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Please provide the classification, the scientific name, and the common name of hepatitis b?

Please provide the classification, the scientific name, and the common name of hepatitis b?

Unclear question: Hepatitis b is one type of viral hepatits. An older name is serum hepatitis. Please consult this site for more info on viral hepatitis, including hepatitis b.
http://www. Medicinenet. Com/viral_hepatitis/article. Htm. ...Read more