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This is a short article on the characteristics of hair when it comes to a crime scene.
This second part of this research article aims to put together all the erased, forgotten, misinformed and banished topics related to Science of Human Resurrection on a clinically dead body, and its place from the scope of Medical Criminology. This article never stands on a single cert...
Rice cultivation is conditioned by temperature differences at the different phases of growth.
Find out what are the most active and hardest working muscles and the smallest and the largest bone, muscle and organ in the human body.
Why do we fart? Why do farts smell? Passing gas may be embarrassing for most of us, but it might make you feel better to know that it's one of the most common bodily functions of all time.
Enclosed are a few definitions for the term Iceman. I hope you enjoy.
We have reviewed the many uses of DNA testing in detail and this final part of the series is just a recap. This section will be a quick review of the biological component of DNA testing.
A tribute to all the people who have been with the sufferers and took great care of the victims of this dreaded disease.Also included is a review on the book "Death Be not Proud" by John Gunther who himself shares his experiences as father of a teenager who fights with death, sufferin...
There are several reasons for tear glands of humans to get activated.But the most involuntary reason is the cutting of an onion which is discussed here.
You've most likely caught wind of pens with conductive ink, that permit clients to draw circuits onto materials, for example, paper. Presently, scientists at the University of California, San Diego have gone a stage or two more distant – they've made "bio-inks" that could be utilize...
Everyone loves Super Heroes. Stan Lee the co-creator of Spiderman, from the Marvel Comics, has been busy locating real people with super abilities for his series Superhumans.
I was hundreds of miles away from my hometown, picking up a few things from the local Wal-Mart, when I spotted someone who looked exactly like my neighbor. I called out to her, but this woman was not my neighbor; she was her doppelganger.
Why life expectancy in the US is on the decline. How we grow and consume our food is of vital importance in increasing ones life span.
Information about the traveling exhibit "Mummies of the World"
Picking your nose and eating it may be beneficial to your immune system.
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