Monthly Archives: March 2017

Female | Feminization | Femoral Artery | Femoral Epiphysis, Slipped | Female

Female An individual with two X sex chromosomes. Females are also characterized by the presence of a vagina and vulva. Female Catheter A short catheter (flexible tube) that can be inserted into a woman's bladder through the urethra for the purpose of withdrawing urine. Feminization The developments of female secondary sexual characteristics in the male (such as breast enlargement and fat ...

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Europe and the third world war (1953-1968) | Erupean

Europe and the third world war 1953_1968 By 1953 the forces of nationalism, which had speeded the disappearance of the great European empires in Asia, were spreading to other parts of the underdeveloped world. The revolution in Egypt was the prelude to the stirring of a more militant and more revolutionary form of nationalism throughout the Arab nations. In Africa ...

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Good Source of Folic Acid | Folic Acid | Folic Acid Deficiency

Folic Acid Also called folate or folacin, folic acid is one of the B-complex vitamins. Folic acid can not b manufactured by the body and mush, therefore, come from food or supplements. The daily requirements of folic acid for both healthy men and women is 200 micrograms (200 mg). However, the need increases prior to and pregnancy, when breastfeeding and in ...

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