Featured MedFriendly Entry: Absolute Temperature
Absolute temperature is temperature that is measured from a
reference point of an absolute zero. In other words, the lowest
temperature possible on such temperature scales is zero degrees
and there are no negative temperatures (e.g., -10 degrees).
Celsius and Fahrenheit do not have absolute zero measurements
and include negative temperatures (e.g., -10 degrees). This can
Featured Blog Entry: The Dangers of Prescripton Drugs
There are many cases where prescription drugs have positive
results for people. However, if you ask most people they'll likely
complain about the many side effects they've experienced from
their prescriptions. So, are prescription drugs helping or hurting
people? There are people on both sides that will argue their belief,
either that there is nothing wrong with them and how they heal
people and make them healthier or that they are bad. (Full article...)
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