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Tissue Repair and Stem Cells

For many years, stem cells have been suggested as the ideal vehicle for mending or replacing tissues damaged by disease. Experimentation has been severely hampered by technological problems in producing and obtaining genetically compatible stem cells. In addition,...

Life, Reality and Stem Cells – Part 1

Two or three months ago, a question was asked on a forum that I track intermittently. It was from a student taking a biology course who was surprised by the amount of controversy elicited on the subject of stem cells. (Wait until he gets to evolution!)  He wanted some...

How Does the Body Repair Itself? Cellular repair.

Perhaps the most amazing feature of living beings (organisms) is that they are often able to repair injuries inflicted by the environment. That’s lucky for us, because our bodies sustain a lot of damage as we move through life, and the body needs to last a...

On Being a Woman – Violence and Alcohol

Congress finally passed (or should I say, reaffirmed) the Violence Against Women Act. Apparently, what was holding up the legislation was the issue of Native American women. Do the federal government and its law enforcement agencies have jurisdiction on autonomous...

See Your Doctor If…

The body is an almost miraculous, self-healing being, and if cared for properly, it will usually last for a good, long lifetime. If you have survived the ills of childhood and have reached the age of 25 without incurring serious, long-term illnesses, your body is...

The Songs We Sing…

The songs we sing help build our souls. The soul can be thought of as the bedrock sense of self, the way we see our own being and its place in the Universe. Soul, the sense of self, ultimately informs our personal values. It directs behavior toward others and to the...

Did You Know? Diabetes

Did you know that there are actually three general types of diabetes? Diabetes comes from a Greek word that simply means excessive urine. It was recognized as a specific disease millennia ago by Egyptian and Greek physicians. All three forms of diabetes involve...

The Christmas Story

For us in Western countries, the Christmas story has long had a compelling resonance, whether we’re Christians or not. I know several atheists, Jews, and non-Christian Asians who celebrate some form of the Christmas holidays with a decorated tree and gift giving. They...

The Large and Small of It

Let’s begin with an overview of the body as we will view it in this blog-site. The human body is an extremely complex, self-repairing organism that consists of trillions of specialized, interdependent cells. The body remains alive so long as its cells are able...

Body Overview

Let’s begin with an overview of the body as we will view it in this blog-site. The human body is an extremely complex, self-repairing organism that consists of trillions of specialized, interdependent cells. The body remains alive so long as its cells are able...

Good Health to You!

Welcome to Caring for Your Body, devoted to helping you, the reader, develop HABITS OF HEALTH. You own your own body, it’s yours for the long run, and you can’t trade it in, so you may as well take care of it! This site offers information on human anatomy,...

Welcome!

Welcome to Spirit and Science, a blog site dedicated to exploring ideas at the interface of Spirit and Science. This site will include meditations, book reviews, and question-and-answer (Q&A) blogs. The underlying theme is that Spirit is a motivating force and...

On Being a Woman – Valued, Part 2

This is the second (concluding) segment of the blog on women’s value. The first segment can be read here. But is it just monetary value that women are lacking? Maybe it’s also personal value – not being taken seriously for their immense contributions to human...

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