Tagged With "cancer"

Comment

Re: MILITARY MIGHT

Interesting question, Ken. Nuclear weapons are a topic with tons of paths you could take. You covered the negative sides a bit in this post, but I wonder if there are any reasons why they could make the world more safe? Remember to put a list at the bottom of a post saying where you got your information from. It's important to say where the facts are from, so we know they are true! Here are some videos that may help with your project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vwaA-dbVMW8...
Comment

Re: MILITARY MIGHT

Desi Chek (Alumni-LFAS) ·
I'm really excited for your project! I did a project on nuclear weapons and nuclear energy for my physics class last year. It has been said that if we have a third world war, the planet will not survive because of the threat of nuclear warfare. The threat of nuclear weapons has raised a lot of questions about the ethics of using nuclear power. There's a short video series that explains the pros and cons of it that I found really interesting when I was doing my project.
Comment

Re: MILITARY MIGHT

This is a very interesting topic, and I think that you raise many good points and questions. I also think that nuclear weapons tend to cause more harm than good. I think the medical aspect of this project/ question is very interesting, as I am interested in medicine and health. I hope your project goes well!
Reply

Re: Effects of solar radiation on people with different coloured skin

Hello Dorcas,,,,Am very much interested with your topic Effect of solar radiation on different people.Remember that some are very brown thus they have a heavier Epidermal which cannot absorb the heat.Also some ultra violent rays are also dangerous to human Skin.like people from around the north pole which have not adapt the warm climate there may not survive in Equator.There Bodies have not adapted to warm climates in the tropics.some people like the red Indians who has never seen the sun...
Reply

Re: Effects of solar radiation on people with different coloured skin

Roba Abduba (Tigithi) ·
Hello dorcas, what a nice topic you have about ' Effects of solar radiation on people with different coloured skin' Here i have a link for you; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/...radiation_management
Reply

Re: Effects of solar radiation on people with different coloured skin

Sarnaver Mwende (Alumni) ·
Hello Dorcas. That's a good research. Solar radiation affects every living thing not human beings alone,i wish to see you work on animals and plants too.just to clarify my point plants require optimum solar radiation to make their own food while excess radiation causes drooping and finally plants death.Animals also require solar radiation to obtain vitamin D and in excess solar radiation some get to a shade and others wallow in mud to cover their skin up.Hoping that this will be of help to...
Reply

Re: Effects of solar radiation on people with different coloured skin

Hello Dorcas.You have done a great topic since so many people in the world today are affected by these rays.Not only people but also animals and plants in general.I guess the following links will be of help. http://www.sciencedirect.com/s...ii/S0190962282701173 https://link.springer.com/chap...978-1-4684-8312-3_15
Reply

Re: Effects of solar radiation on people with different coloured skin

Angela Mukami (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Dorcas, I really like your topic you are researching on health effects on different people and different colour.Good luck to your next research.
Reply

Re: lung cancer screening

so far so good roba your post is short follow this link and it will lead you to you next post https://www.google.com/search?...=chrome&ie=UTF-8
Reply

Re: lung cancer screening

Dorcas Akinyi (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey,Roba,Fantastic research about screening which is a major advantage to people so that one can can know if he or she has cancer or not because some of the cancers are incurable if they are not recognised early.Waiting for your next post. here is a link ; https://www.priorityhealth.com...l-policies/91600.pdf
Reply

Re: lung cancer screening

Grace Sun (Charles Best) ·
Hi Roba, This post was nice and to the point and it educated me about what cancer screening it. It is better to have this screening and get results earlier than later. I think you should also look into when should someone get a screening and how often. I think it is also very cool that scientists are trying to figure out what people are more likely to get certain types of cancer, is people knew this, they would get tested sooner and more frequently, this means that they will get treated for...
Reply

Re: Project Plan #1- How does cancer lead to death?

Rhea Manhas (Charles Best) ·
Hey Caroline, I think your topic is super interesting and will be very fascinating to read. Maybe something you could consider looking into is how cancer can be passed down genetically and how it can spread throughout your body. Here are some websites about cancer and genes: https://www.cancer.org/cancer/...ancer-syndromes.html http://www.facingourrisk.org/u.../basics/overview.php Hope this helps and can't wait to see what you find!
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

hi Roba its good that we now know that lung screening does not show all the effects of lung cancer .may be next you should check on better methods to use so as to discover weather one has cancer or not . good time any way
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

Dorcas Akinyi (Sweetwaters) ·
Hello Roba,,,,FantastIc research,i have been looking at your post and learnt that screening and health check ups may give a feeling of being well taken care of and therefore reducing responsibilities for ones own Health. Nice research
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

Hello Roba,, nice research about cancer.you have also educated me on the disadvantages of screening of cancer.you have also educated us on to why these screening is very dangerous to human body therefore,,you are also suppose to tell us what brought cancer and also why we do not screen cancer here i got a link which can help you in your research.https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0072602/
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

Hey Roba, A nice and educative topic you have about the cancer screening, looking forward on your next research and hope that the following links will help you on your next topic. http://www.macmillan.org.uk/in...s-disadvantages.html https://qmplus.qmul.ac.uk/mod/...m/discuss.php?d=4809 https://www.rmf.harvard.edu/Cl...ns-screening-options http://thescientificpages.org/...pgm-1-002table2.html https://www.bowelcanceraustral...ntages-disadvantages .
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

hey Roba nice post you have.I think that so as to avoid incidences of getting Cancer and other dangerous diseases we should look mostly into how we take our diet and also avoid taking risks measures that could end up making us from getting the disease. Good work though!
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

Angela Mukami (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Roba, I have really enjoyed you reading about the skin cancer screen.Good luck to your next topic.
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

Benito Maina (Tigithi) ·
hi Roba, What a nice and interesting topic you have,you seem to care a lot about human health i hope that your teaching will end up saving lives. Good luck for your next post.
Reply

Re: Disadvantages of cancer screening

Mary Wothaya (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Roba, This must be the real thing,for me i do believe that the medical officers are the guys which make one to have the disease this is especially to cancer victims.Actually this screening is done before the symptom When screening is done the medicine given to the cancer patient are the one the transmit this cancer virus this is my discover. Here is an important web concerning your research; http://www.cancerscreening.gov.au/ https://www.cancer.org/healthy...ction-of-cancer.html Nice ...
Reply

Re: Does Eating Red and Processed Meat Cause Cancer?

Brian Gichuki (Tigithi) ·
hi justin,,, that is very good of you.it is very educative and informative because i have been richly educated through this post.i have learnt why red meat causes cancer which i didn't know.looking forward for your next post.good luck
Reply

Re: Does Eating Red and Processed Meat Cause Cancer?

Hello,, nice research,,you have also educated me on how the red meat causes cancer to our bodies.you have also educated us on how to do to prevent cancer from affecting us.you are also supposed to tell us what are the effects on us hence what causes living things to do be affected by the red meat which is contains the disease therefore what causes the meat to have a red colouring matter. looking forward for your next research,, here i got a link for ...
Reply

Re: Does Eating Red and Processed Meat Cause Cancer?

Newton Mwangi (Tigithi) ·
Halloo Liu what a nice topic you have.It is great for me and everyone else who probably sees your post,to know about red meat and its disadvantage.I once happened to listen to one doctor's online talk on tv and was saying that its good to eat red meat that is for example beef twice a week and eat white (that is for example fish meat and chicken)meat the rest of the week.That is,mix them avoiding much of red met in ones body. So its good that I have finally known the reason.Thanks and show us...
Reply

Re: Research round #4 how does cancer lead to death?

Jessica Scott (Charles Best) ·
Hi Caroline! Your post was very informative, and I think it's great that you're looking not only at how cancer leads to death, but also how certain bad habits can lead to cancer. I believe that I live a healthy enough life that I am reducing my risk of developing cancer; however, I'm worried that it won't be enough because there are people who have lived in the apartment downstairs from me my whole life who do almost nothing but smoke all day. It's rather annoying because we're always having...
Reply

Re: Research round #4 how does cancer lead to death?

Hi Caroline! The CAUTION anagram is interesting as it could help a lot of people. I wonder if you have thought or might be interested in about looking at genetics and how certain people may be more susceptible to development of cancer cells? That could also tie in with your next round of research maybe! -Rachel Lu
Reply

Re: Research round #5 how does cancer lead to death?

Erica Won (LFAS) ·
Hey Caroline, There are many new things I've learnt just from this post! You mention how there are genetic tests to scan for signs of hereditary cancer. I would love to know more about these tests, and how they are run. Going into specific, more common genetic tests can open our eyes to exactly what goes into detecting present cancer cells. You also mention that ellagic acid can inhibit mutations in DNA. How does this occur? Are there other digestible things out there that have the same...
Reply

Re: Research round #4 how does cancer lead to death?

Agnes Naserian (Sweetwaters) ·
Hi Caroline, A nice and educating research you have, although i did knew that sitting too much can lead to cancer, now am aware of it. Good work and looking forward on your next research. bye
Reply

Re: Research round #3 how does cancer lead to death?

Hi Caroline! Very interesting round of research! You presented your information very clearly and it was nicely organized which made for an easy and informative read, so great job! While reading your post, I started thinking about how some types of cancer have a higher mortality rate. So, if it interests you, maybe it would be beneficial for you to research why this is so. Atop of that, you could also do some research to see if some cancers spread faster/slower than others and why that is so.
Reply

Re: Research round #3 how does cancer lead to death?

Hey Caroline, Very detailed post! I never knew that cancer cells don't stick together as well as normal cells. I always thought they stuck together well, since cancer can travel and grow so fast. For your next round, I saw that you are looking into what causes cancer. Perhaps you could look at radiation, which is a proven cause to cancer. Here are some links if you are interested: https://www.cancer.gov/about-c...ntion/risk/radiation https://www.cancer.org/cancer/...iation-exposure.html
Reply

Re: Research round #3 how does cancer lead to death?

Rhea Manhas (Charles Best) ·
Hey Caroline, good research round! I learned a lot from your post and I found it really interesting that cancer can be carried through your blood stream and lymphatic system. Your post is very detailed and organized which always makes it easier to read and to fully comprehend what your saying. Good job! Here are some websites to help you with your next round of research: https://www.newsmax.com/Health...014/10/27/id/603381/ http://www.bbc.com/future/stor...-of-vanishing-cancer Hope this helps!
Reply

Re: Research round #3 how does cancer lead to death?

JJ Liu (LFAS) ·
Hey Caroline! I really liked how you had visuals in your post. Cancer has ran through my families blood line and I never really thought about how it really worked, so I really appreciate you doing research on this I have one question though. Can you maybe answer in your next round, how they find cures for cancer? Or how a cure was discovered at first, because maybe if people understand more about it. They might take action knowing the process of finding the cure. Thanks again for your...
Reply

Re: Research round #3 how does cancer lead to death?

Juliana Nunes (Charles Best) ·
Hey Caroline, I love this inquiry because I am very interested in oncology and I was so intrigued by your style of writing and the way that you presented the information. Cancer is such a complicated thing, that is so well-known yet so difficult to understand, so good job on the way that you explained your research. I was wondering how you're going to talk about how miracles occur in cancer patients, and what are your thoughts on that so far? Also, for your next round, it's interesting how...
Reply

Re: lung cancer

Claire Njeri (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Roba, This is very interesting and also educative.Lung cancer is one of the most common cancer causing death.I have known that tobacco smoke contains over 4000 chemical compounds.Anyway here I have found a link that might be helpful to you. https://medlineplus.gov/lungcancer.html good luck!
Reply

Re: lung cancer

Nasib Mohamed (Sweetwaters) ·
Hello Roba, What an educative topic,i agree with you lung cancer lead to more death and through your post am to learn causes lung cancer i hope you could look at how can we stop lung cancer which is affecting us, am looking forward in you next research to learn more on lung cancer .https://www.cancer.org/cancer/non-small-cell-lung-cancer/causes-risks-prevention/what-causes.html http://www.mayoclinic.org/dise...vention/con-20025531 http://www.cancer.net/cancer-t...ll/treatment-options These...
Reply

Re: lung cancer

Hey Roba, A nice topic you have about the lung cancer, according to me, If you smoke more than 25 cigarettes a day, you are 25 times more likely to get lung cancer than a non-smoker. While smoking cigarettes is the biggest risk factor, using other types of tobacco products can also increase your risk of developing lung cancer and other types of cancer, such as oesophageal cancer and mouth cancer . These products include: cigars pipe tobacco snuff (a powdered form of tobacco) chewing tobacco...
Reply

Re: lung cancer

Hi roba. This topic is very educative but instead of focusing only on effects of the lung cancer try and broaden your topic may be by researching on medicine to cure that disease.here is a link to help you on your research good luck! http://www.medgurus.org/lung-c...iLfns6RoCCb4QAvD_BwE
Reply

Re: what is the cheapest method of treating lung cancer?

Hi Roba, Many people suffer from various diseases and unfortunately some die because they cannot afford to pay for the treatment. I think your inquiry question is very important because it can allow people to become more aware of the various options available to them and have a greater opportunity of accessing these treatments. The following link describes some treatment options and their estimated cost: http://health.costhelper.com/lung-cancer.html Good luck!
Reply

Re: what is the cheapest method of treating lung cancer?

Grace Sun (Charles Best) ·
Hi Roba, This is a very important subject and i am very excited to follow your research to see what the best way to treat lung cancer is. I did not know that over 1.6 million people died in 2012 because of lung cancer. I did remember learning about how lung cancer can be formed with smoking. Smoking is bad for the respiratory system, it can develop with the trachea and them move further down, into the lungs. some ways to treat cancer are, surgery, Chemotherapy, and Radiation therapy, You...
Reply

Re: what is the cheapest method of treating lung cancer?

Hey Roba, A nice topic you have about treatment on lung cancer looking forward on your next research
Reply

Re: what is the cheapest method of treating lung cancer?

Roba Abduba (Tigithi) ·
Hi every one, Today i am concentrating on types of staging of lung cancer.There are two type of non-small cell cancer and small cell lung .Staging lung cancer is based on whether the cancer is local or has spread from the lungs to the lymph nodes or other organs. Non-small cell lung cancer accounts for about 85% of lung cancer and includes,Adenocarcinoma, which is the most common form of lung cancer in the US among both men and women.Squamous cell carcinoma,which accounts for 25% of all lung...
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hey Jim! Great research round! I like how colorful your research is and how easy it is to understand. For your next research round about cancer, I assume you'll be looking at how you can pick yourself back up after being diagnosed with cancer. I think that is a great topic to research because imagine how it would feel after being diagnosed with cancer. You don't know where your life is going to go and what will change because there will be big changes. Here are some websites to help you:...
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hey Jim Creds to you for always replying to comments so in depth! Just shows how dedicated you are with teaching the public about your topic. Like Rhea, I also think it will fit well with your research to look into how people diagnosed with a serious illness such as cancer that alters your lifestyle dramatically and your future goals might be held on pause for a while. Other wise great research keep up the good work!
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hey Jim! This is fascinating research! While reading your work, I was agreeing with everything you were saying about needing a bit of a boost and then it getting easier. However, I think a huge problem for a lot of people is getting that boost, and finding the motivation to boost yourself back up. It could be interesting for you to look into where we can pull motivation from to pick ourselves back up. When people feel hopeless and have no will to do anything, how do they find the motivation...
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hi Jim, Thank you for replying to my comment! That aside, you wrote a great post. I think having the mindset to keep going is very important when trying to "pick yourself back up." As you mentioned, it is the primary response needed from within to even begin taking that first step. Jim, when you mentioned incentives, do you think different parts of the brain responds to positive incentives and negative incentives. If so, how can an individual "train" their brain to not respond to negative...
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hi Jim, Your research is very interesting and important, especially in our current standards. I myself sometimes need help picking myself back up and I never know how. I will definitely consider your research next time that I feel that I am in a downward counterfactual. I also really like how you reserved a portion of your post to replying to the questions that some people asked in the comments of your previous post. That shows that you read their research and appreciate their effort, as...
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hey Jim, This is a very educative topic about how we can pick ourselves back up .it has helped me to know more .looking forward to your next research.Good luck
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Dahabo Abdi (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Jim That's fantastic round of research.It's really educating as man people like to pick themselves backed up they don't know how.So i think that was awesome post and i liked how you arranged your work,it was so easy to read. I'll follow you up on your next post.Success .
Reply

Re: Research S3 Round 9 Picking yourself back up: What allows us to actually do this?

Hi Jim! I think you post really follows the idea that we are our own worst enemy. I think so often we get discouraged and give up because we convince ourselves that it is the only way. I like how you talked about motivation and to keep going forward even when it become difficult. Great Work!
Reply

Re: what is the cheapest method of treating lung cancer?

H i Roba, I absolutely like this your research i general "CANCER"this have been stigmatized very recent.According to me the food stuff we take today they take a big percentage of one getting chances to get cancer especially the snacks we take have a sulphur dioxide which usually in gaseous form used to preserve this snacks and have an agent of cancer called abstesos. I think with this your research you will show us more. Here i find this important in your research;...
Reply

Re: what is the cheapest method of treating lung cancer?

Angela Mukami (Sweetwaters) ·
Hey Roba, So far so good.I have learnt more from from you.For example,another name of lung cancer is lung carcinoma.Looking forward to your next research.
×
×
×
×