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Avoiding Love Affairs By Sean Mosley
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You thought you were the last person they would find if they went looking for an emotional person. You are now confused since you met this person who tapped your feelings and now you are all... More > emotional. Which route should you take when it turns to be an emotional love affair?< Less
All About Depression: (How to Get Off Depression Meds) By Sean Mosley
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In a world shaken by wars and conflicts, plagued by ignorance and disease there are always upheavals in human mind. Frustrations, tensions, anxieties, and mental stress open the gates for depression.... More > Causes of Depression cannot usually be tied to a single reason - in fact, it is the culmination of several different triggering factors that causes depression. Depression is not just a state of mind - many times, an imbalance in the chemicals in the human brain (called neurotransmitters which carries signal in the brain and nerves) also causes depression.< Less
Homeschooling Tell Me Why: (All About Bats) By Sean Mosley
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A bat is a mammal with the front limbs developed as wings, which makes it the only flying mammal in the world. A bat’s scientific name Chiroptera means ‘hand wing’ in Greek. Indeed,... More > a bat’s open wing resembles an outspread human hand, with slim, elongated fingers and elastic skin membranes stretching between the fingers and connecting the wing to the body. The bat’s wings are much lighter and thinner than the bird’s feathered wings; that makes a bat much more maneuverable than a bird.< Less
All About Insulin: Treating Diabetes By Sean Mosley
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Insulin is a hormone produced by your pancreas whose primary function is to lower blood sugar. It does this by binding to insulin receptors on the cell wall which open glucose transporters. Once the... More > glucose transporters are opened by the action of insulin, glucose can flow freely from the blood into the cell. If you are insulin dependent your body relies on insulin injections in order to function correctly. This is either because your pancreas is not secreting any insulin, as in type 1 diabetes), or else the insulin that your pancreas is making is not doing its job properly, as in type 2 diabetes.< Less