Is life better now than it was 50 years ago? The answer may depend on the economy according to a study done by the Pew Research Centre. The study done in 2017 found that people worldwide are divided on whether life is better now than it was 50 years ago. Key Points from the study Pew research centre put the question to nearly … Continue reading Why Are We Unhappy?
How cancer starts This page tells you about how cancer starts. There is information about Cell changes and cancer All cancers begin in cells. Our bodies are made up of more than a hundred million million (100,000,000,000,000) cells. Cancer starts with changes in one cell or a small group of cells. Usually, we have just the right number of each type of cell. This is because … Continue reading How cancer starts
Essays which state the fundamentals of Jung’s psychological system: “On the Psychology of the Unconscious” and “The Relations Between the Ego and the Unconscious,” with their original versions in an appendix. Continue reading The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious (Collected Works of C.G. Jung Vol.9 Part 1) Paperback – August 1, 1981
Yuri Zvezdny/shutterstock Benjamin Rosser, Liverpool John Moores University Not knowing is an uncomfortable experience. As human beings, we are naturally curious. We seek to understand, predict and control – it helps us learn and it keeps us safe. Uncertainty can feel dangerous because we cannot predict with complete confidence what will happen. As a result, both our hearts and minds may race. While it is … Continue reading Why inability to cope with uncertainty may cause mental health problems
Fluid and Nutritional imbalance in children and young people Children have a higher metabolism so they need more calories and fluid for growth The intestinal tract in children is larger per body weight compared to adults. Gastric acid secretion reaches adult levels by 10 years of age. Infants have a short oesophagus At three months pancreatic juice contains low levels of lipase Nutritional assessments Is … Continue reading Fluid and Nutritional Imbalance in Children
Haemodynamic disorders, Thrombosis and Shock Haemodynamic in biology is how blood flows through the cardiovascular system Haemodynamic is also related to cardiac output (perfusion pressure differences at various parts of the system and peripheral vascular resistance (the different perimeters combining to affect the blood flow in each organ) Haemodynamic disorders Maintenance of a normal fluid balance is very important for survival. A large part of … Continue reading Haemodynamic disorders, Thrombosis and Shock
Grief is an individualised process. Toa Heftiba/Unsplash Nick Haslam, University of Melbourne Grief can seem desolate for those in the thick of it who often feel unable to imagine a way out of their suffering. But, as time passes, the pain usually dampens or becomes more fleeting. Understanding the normal trajectory of grief matters for the person experiencing the grief and those treating them. … Continue reading The five stages of grief don’t come in fixed steps – everyone feels differently