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2nd Edition of an eBook on Cancer Research (CRIQS)

Cancer - Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions (CRIQS) [2nd Edition] - cover page
Cancer – Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions (CRIQS) [2nd Edition] – cover page
2nd edition of a Cancer research ebook, “Cancer – Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions (CRIQS) [2nd Edition]” has been published on Amazon Kindle. This eBook is helpful for researchers as well as other people from medical professions. Continue reading 2nd Edition of an eBook on Cancer Research (CRIQS)

Multiple Choice Questions for Pharmacists (12th Edition)

Cover of Multiple Choice Questions for Pharmacists (12th Edition)
Cover of Multiple Choice Questions for Pharmacists (12th Edition)

12th edition of a pharmacy and medical ebook, “Multiple Choice Questions for Pharmacists” has been published on Amazon Kindle. This ebook is helpful not only for pharmacists but also for people from other medical professions. Continue reading Multiple Choice Questions for Pharmacists (12th Edition)

1st edition of an eBook on Cancer research

Cancer - Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions
Front cover of eBook “Cancer – Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions”

1st edition of a Cancer research ebook, “Cancer – Research Ideas, Questions, and Suggestions ” has been published on Amazon Kindle. This ebook is helpful for researchers and people from medical professions. Continue reading 1st edition of an eBook on Cancer research

Science shows part of brain having an important role in violence

Science shows part of brain having an important role in violence
Figure showing the ventrolateral part (presented in green) of the ventromedial hypothalamus (circled area) in the brain of a mouse, where aggressive motivations build up suddenly before acts of violence and bullying.
(Credit: Images courtesy of Nature Neuroscience)

Main Point:

Violence and aggression is found to be related to a component of hypothalamus in the brain. Continue reading Science shows part of brain having an important role in violence