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Live at the Talk of the Town

Live at the Talk of the Town is a 1970 live album by Stevie Wonder on the Tamla record label. It was recorded at the Talk of the Town nightclub in London. It was Wonders third live album. It was the second to be released in 1970 following the Ste ...

                                               

Natural Wonder

Natural Wonder is a live album by American musician Stevie Wonder. It was recorded in Osaka, Japan and released on November 21, 1995. It was both Wonders second album to be released in 1995 and his fourth live album and first since 1970s Stevie W ...

                                               

Remastersys

Remastersys is a free software / open source script for Linux distributions that allows a person to: Backup all the system, including user data to an installable Live CD / DVD. Create a customized Live CD / DVD of Ubuntu and derivatives.

                                               

Stevie Wonder Live

Stevie Wonder Live is a 1970 live album by Stevie Wonder on the Tamla label. It is Wonders second live album. The album is an important point in his career to shows Wonders transition from a performer to a genius singer-songwriter.

                                               

VistaPE

VistaPE is a is a project for WinBuilder to create a Live CD based on the kernel of Windows Vista. VistaPE uses technology and is similar to WinPE 2.0, but has a graphical interface, more support for devices and functions, and can run almost any ...

                                               

Linux Mint

Linux Mint is a Linux distribution for desktop computers based on and compatible with Debian or Ubuntu. While at the core Linux Mint is mostly based on Ubuntu, the design of the desktop and User interface are very different. These differences inc ...

                                               

Diastole

Diastole is the time during a heart beat when the heart fills with blood after a contraction. The contraction of the heart is called systole and is the opposite of diastole. The term diastole comes from the Greek word διαστολη. This means expandi ...

                                               

Heart

The heart is an organ found in every vertebrate. It is a very strong muscle. It is on the left side of the body in humans and is about the size of a fist. It pumps blood throughout the body. It has regular contractions, or when the heart squeezes ...

                                               

Systole

Systole is the last stage of a heart beat. It happens right after diastole, when the heart refills with blood. During systole, the hearts two ventricles contract. During systole, the heart muscle gets an automatic electrical signal that tells the ...

                                               

Blood pressure

Blood pressure is a measurement used in medicine. In the body, the arteries carry blood away from the heart. As blood travels through the arteries, it presses against the walls of the arteries. Blood pressure measures how hard the blood is pushin ...

                                               

Arteriosclerosis

Arteriosclerosis is a diseased condition of the arteries. The artery walls are thickened, hardened and lose stretchiness, called elasticity. There are three main types: Atherosclerosis is the most common type. It is the narrowing of arteries from ...

                                               

Hypercholesterolemia

Cholesterol is a molecule in cells. It is a type of lipid which is a fat or fat-like molecule. Cholesterol is a special type of lipid that is called a steroid. Steroids are lipids that have a special chemical structure. This structure is made of ...

                                               

Hypertension

Hypertension or high blood pressure is a chronic medical condition in which the blood pressure in the arteries is higher than it should be. This requires the heart to work harder than normal to circulate blood through the blood vessels.

                                               

Hypotension

Hypotension is low blood pressure. A person with low blood pressure is called hypotensive. Everybodys blood pressure is different. Some people have naturally low blood pressure. However, for most adults, a systolic blood pressure of under 90, or ...

                                               

Peripheral artery disease

Peripheral artery disease is a disease of the blood vessels in the legs. It can cause leg pain with walking, or if it gets bad it can cause wounds on the skin of the feet and toes. Peripheral artery disease is a serious disease that can be fatal. ...

                                               

Raynauds syndrome

Raynauds Syndrome -- poor flow of blood in a narrow line under the skin.? This is due to smaller arteries. It is mostly found more in women than in men. It is a disease attributed to the Celts, a race of people originally found in northern U K,an ...

                                               

Gizzard

A gizzard, or gastric mill ", is a part of the stomach which grinds food. Animals which have grinding teeth do not need a gizzard, but there are many animals which do have one. Gizzards are standard equipment for pterosaurs and birds, dinosaurs, ...

                                               

Liver

The liver is an organ in the abdomen. It is part of the gastrointestinal system. Sometimes people use hepar- or hepat- as a prefix when they talk about the liver.

                                               

Pancreas

The pancreas is an organ that makes hormones and enzymes to help digestion. The pancreas helps break down carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. The pancreas is behind the stomach and is on the left side of the human body. The part of the pancreas th ...

                                               

Stomach

The stomach is part of the digestive system. It is an internal organ between the esophagus and the small intestines. The stomach is the third stage in the digestive process. It holds food after ingestion. Food in the stomach then passes through t ...

                                               

Amoebiasis

Amoebiasis, also known as amebiasis or entamoebiasis, is an intestinal infection caused by amoebas of the Entamoeba group. The infection is usually caused by Entamoeba histolytica. The infection is normally got when someone drinks water with the ...

                                               

Anal stricture

Anal stricture is a medical problem that is not common, it may be congenital, but usually if it does happen it is after anorectal surgery, which is surgery in the area of the rectum and anus. This may cause stricture of the anal canal, which lead ...

                                               

Diverticulitis

Diverticulitis is a disease of the digestive system. It is caused by inflammation of pouches in the walls of the bowel. It usually occurs in the large intestine. Diverticula can also be in the upper digestive tract at the level of the esophagus, ...

                                               

Peptic ulcer

A peptic ulcer is an ulcer of the stomach or duodenum. The duodenum is the first part of the small intestines. It is the tube that food goes through when it leaves the stomach. Peptic means talking about the stomach. Gastric ulcers are peptic ulc ...

                                               

Endocrinology

Endocrinology studies the working of the endocrine system and hormones. It is the science of the endocrine system and hormones in a wide range of animals. Endocrinology is also a medical specialty. This means that when a doctor finishes studying ...

                                               

Bisphenol A

Bisphenol A is an organic compound which has two phenol functional groups. It is used to make polycarbonate plastic, epoxy resins, and other things. Scientist discovered in the mid 1930s that people and animals react to BPA in the same way that t ...

                                               

Histamine

Histamine is an organic nitrogenous compound involved in local immune responses. It also regulates physiological function in the gut, and acts as a neurotransmitter. Histamine is involved in the inflammatory response, where tissues get red, swoll ...

                                               

Luteinizing hormone

Luteinizing hormone is a sex hormone produced by gonadotroph cells in the anterior pituitary gland. In females, an LH surge triggers ovulation and development of the corpus luteum a temporary endocrine structure in female mammals that promotes re ...

                                               

Melatonin

Melatonin is a hormone found in animals, plants, and microbes. In animals, levels of melatonin have a daily cycle. It drives the circadian rhythms of several biological functions. Melatonin is produced in the pineal gland which is outside of the ...

                                               

Oestradiol

Oestradiol, E2, is an oestrogen, a steroidal hormone secreted by the ovaries. It is a main female hormone. Oestradiol regulates female characteristics, the maturation of female sex organs and the oestrus and menstrual cycle. It stimulates the pro ...

                                               

Oestrous cycle

The oestrous cycle is the reproductive system in most mammals. Reproductive hormones cause the cycles to start after puberty in sexually mature females. They are interrupted by non-breeding phases or by pregnancies. Usually estrous cycles continu ...

                                               

Oxytocin

Oxytocin is a hormone found in mammals. It is a peptide hormone and neuropeptide. It acts on the brain. In humans it is released during female reproduction, especially during and after childbirth. It has other effects. It encourages pair bonding, ...

                                               

Thyroid-stimulating hormone

Thyroid-stimulating hormone is a hormone which stimulates the thyroid gland. The thyroid gland secretes thyroid hormones, which control how fast the bodys chemical functions go. Thyroid hormones influence the metabolic rate in two ways: by stimul ...

                                               

Hair

Hair is something that grows from the skin of mammals. Animal hair is usually called fur. Sheep and goats have curly hair, which is usually called wool. Hair is made of keratins, which are proteins. Humans and some other animals have lost much of ...

                                               

Blonde

A blonde person is someone with light coloured hair. It can be spelled either blonde or blond, according to Merriam-Websters Dictionary. Some people are blonde because they have less pigment in their hair than dark haired people. To be blonde is ...

                                               

Coat (dog)

A dogs coat is the hair covering its body. A dog can have a double coat that has short, soft hair underneath a layer of long, coarse hair, or a single coat that has only the long, coarse hair. A dogs coat may also be called hair or fur.

                                               

Hair follicle

A hair follicle is a part of the skin, which grows a hair by packing old cells together. Attached inside the top of the follicle are sebaceous glands, which are tiny sebum-producing glands in almost all skin except on the palms, lips and soles of ...

                                               

Hair straightening

Hair straightening is when a person makes their hair straighter. Their hair may be curly, wavy, or almost straight. There are methods to make even very curly hair straighter. There are two different types of straightening: temporary and permanent ...

                                               

Nasal hair

Nasal hair are small hair-like cells in the nose. Most of them can be found near the nostrils. The purpose of these hairs is to act as a filter, keeping dust and dirt out of the nasal passages. They also draw liquid mucus up from the epithelium b ...

                                               

Perm (hairstyle)

A permanent wave, commonly called a perm, is the chemical treatment of hair to produce curls. The first chemical treatment for curling hair that was suitable for use on people was invented in the year 1906 by the German hairdresser Karl Nessler 1 ...

                                               

Red hair

Calvin Coolidge. Andrew Jackson. Willie Nelson. Jessica Chastain. Lindsay Lohan. James Joyce. Reba McEntire. Marilyn Monroe. Marcia Cross. Julia Gillard. Boris Becker. Rameses II. George Washington. Vincent Van Gogh. George Bernard Shaw. Thomas J ...

                                               

Redhead

Redhead is a person with red or reddish-tinted hair. Approximately 1 to 2% of the worlds population has red hair. In iceland people that have red hair are called Anton Einar or short name for it ludi Red hair is made by genes. The gene for red ha ...

                                               

Acne

Acne is an infection of the skin, caused by changes in the sebaceous glands. The most common form of acne is called acne vulgaris, which means "common acne". The redness comes from the inflammation of the skin in response to the infection. Oils f ...

                                               

Petroleum jelly

Petroleum jelly, is a common household product sold in chemists. It comes in small flat tins as in the illustration. Chemically, it is a gel mixture of hydrocarbons. It is used as an ointment to put on skin. It has antiseptic and healing properti ...

                                               

Scabies

Scabies is caused by infection with the female mite Sarcoptes scabiei. The mite is an ectoparasite. The mite burrows into the skin to live and deposit eggs. The symptoms of scabies are due to an allergic reaction to the mites. Scabies is usally s ...

                                               

Wound healing

When person is wounded, the tissue at the wound is damaged. Many organisms can replace this damaged tissue with new tissue. This occurs in several steps, and is generally known as tissue healing, or wound healing. In undamaged skin, the epidermis ...

                                               

Cerebrospinal fluid

Cerebrospinal fluid bathes and protects the central nervous system. "Cerebro" means "brain", "spinal" is a short version of "spinal cord", and fluid is a liquid. CSF is made by networks of blood vessels called choriod plexuses in each of the brai ...

                                               

Chemical synapse

Chemical synapses are synapses that use chemical messengers called neurotransmitters to transmit signals. They are found all over the body. Especially in the central nervous system and the brain. Neurons use electrical signals to carry informatio ...

                                               

Cranial nerve

A cranial nerve is any nerve which is attached directly to the brain or brainstem. This is different from spinal nerves which are attached to segments of the spinal cord. Cranial nerves relay information more directly between the brain and body. ...

                                               

Dendrite

Dendrites are the branches of neurons that receive signals from other neurons. The signals go into the cell body. A cell may have hundreds of dendrites, but may have only one axon. The dendrites carry signals from other neurons into the soma, and ...

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