a former name for aids that reflects the erroneous belief that only gay men contracted it.
the interaction between one or more genes and factors in the environment that is needed to trigger the onset of a disease, conditioner characteristic...
a suffix that is used for the creation, origin, or development.
Name of a soluble sugar that is abundant in nature and is a major energy source for body tissues. Brain relies it on exclusively,...
suffix inflammation or diseased state (e.g. colitis)
a psychometric design of intelligence based upon a factorial reanalysis of many information sets available within the literature. It is thought by some researchers...
suffix: surgical cutting.
Nerves associated with the parasympathetic nervous system which begin at the spinal cord in the lower back (sacral) area. Compare with: cranial division.
Suffix denoting an observational instrument (oscilloscope, stethoscope).
Suffix meaning excessive discharge or flow.