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What is axom3?

What is axom3?

Omega 3: Axom 3 is the new generation of omega 3 body supplement. The design is based in combining two graphic disciplines in one, the first, the visual world of science and high-tech and the second the indulgent world of rich and pampering cosmetics & perfume. The dialog between these two worlds was the base concept of the design of this new innovative brand.”. ...Read more

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What makes the body create a foul aroma..?

What makes the body create a foul aroma..?

Aromatic molecules: which are commonly modified by bacteria living on skin, in sweat glands, hair follicles, mucous membranes (mouth, nose, genital & excretory areas) & the reason washing with just soap & water, followed by dryness greatly ?es odors. Why? Because all cells rely on cell membranes composed of fat molecules which soap emulsifies (cells destroyed) & without moisture, bacteria/cells cannot grow/live. ...Read more

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What doesn't belong? Atom, cell, tissue, alive, or organ?

Not belong: From Small to Large>>>> Atom , Cell, Tissue, Organ. Not sure where the word Alive fit in, since it is not a measurement of size. Now, what is your MEDICAL question?. ...Read more

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We have been trying for a baby since last yr..All tets are fine. Please advice aome useful tips in this matter?

We have been trying for a baby since last yr..All tets are fine. Please advice aome useful tips in this matter?

Yes: Curiously the more you desire to conceive, the harder it seems to be. Concentrate sex around ovulation that occurs about the 14th day from the first day of a period. Just enjoy loving sex and stop worrying that there is something wrong with you or your husband. ...Read more

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What are axons?

What are axons?

Axons: Are nerve fibers that come out of nerve cells (Neurons) & conduct electrical impulses away from the neurons, to transmit information to different tissues. ...Read more

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What is a axon test? How is it done?

Concussion test: It is a concussion test that can accurately diagnose concussion injuries.The test uses well known playing cards and measures reaction time and memory. ...Read more

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What is the axon and what does it do?

What is the axon and what does it do?

Axon: Nerve fiber projecting from nerve cell (Neuron), conducting electrical impulses to send information to other neurons & muscles & glands. ...Read more

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What is the function of an axon terminal?

What is the function of an axon terminal?

Transmission: The axon transmits the electrical signal from the nerve to the next nerve or a muscle through the neuromuscular junction. ...Read more

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What aromas can be good for reducing stress?

What aromas can be good for reducing stress?

What you enjoy: There are some research studies showing that lavender can be a nice stress-relieving aroma. This depends, of course, on whether you enjoy it or not. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21854199 other aromas such as oil of bergamot may be useful also. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20093169. ...Read more

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Should I use nano or atom-sized colloidal silver?

Nano: You cannot really get colloidal silver to the atom size so there is no option. Nano will suffice. ...Read more

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Took b12 shots weekly for 6-7 months but quit about a month ago and had one about 2 weeks ago.my b12 level is still showing over 2000. Worried!

Took b12 shots weekly for 6-7 months but quit about a month ago and had one about 2 weeks ago.my b12 level is still showing over 2000. Worried!

Don't be!: I am not sure why you are receiving B12 injections but your levels will slowly drift down. I have never seen toxicity due to elevated B12 levels, even that high. For further info, check the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University (micronutrient center) ...Read more

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Describe how a nerve impulse is transmitted along to axon?

Describe how a nerve impulse is transmitted along to axon?

It's complex: 1. Polarization of the neuron's membrane; 2. Resting potential gives the neuron a rest; 3. Action potential: sodium ions move inside the membrane; 4. Repolarization: potassium ions move outside, and sodium ions stay inside the membrane; 5. Hyperpolarization: more potassium ions are on the outside than there are sodium ions on the inside; 6. Refractory period puts everything back to normal. ...Read more

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Contain 3.0*10^18 atoms of carbon. How many atoms of hydrogen does this sample contain?

depends: There are many different molecular forms of carbon and hydrogen connection. The amount of hydrogen can be almost zero such as in diamond and graphite and as much as 2 * 10 to the 19th in methane. Other carbon hydrogen molecules will have same amount in between. ...Read more

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What would cause left side bottom part of rib cage push out about an inch alomg with pain?

What would cause left side bottom part of rib cage push out about an inch alomg with pain?

Hmm???: Without knowing your history, nor examining you it is difficult to say. Visit your doctor to get a full examination and figure it out. ...Read more

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