Sample Treatment Protocol For Microcurrent Stimulation.
A protocol which can be applied to any unit which supplies the parameters described herein. More...
Electricity and Magnetism
One of the great triumphs of 19th century science was the development of electromagnetic theory. Development of the theory began with Benjamin Franklin's experiments with static electricity in 1748 and culminated with Maxwell's four equations, derived in 1864, which explain all electromagnetic phenomena including electromagnetic waves. More
The Causes of Aging Skin
As we grow older, our skin naturally produces less and less collagen and elastin, which are substances that allow it to retain its shape without sagging or wrinkling. More..
ATP - Adenosine Triphosphate
The main aim of exercising is to improve muscle tone, strength and endurance. This requires the production and use of energy by the body. This energy constitutes complex molecules known as ATP, Adenosine Triphosphate. More..
European Perspective: A Comparison Between TENS and MET
In America, the use of a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) device is common. On the other hand, microcurrent electrotherapy (MET), even though it's not that new, may not be common enough. In this article, we will compare TENS to MET, using the eight-parameter law, and see which gets the most credits. More...
Electricity is Human Thinking
Nanoelectricity is a new field researched by Panasonic nanotechnology in Kyoto, Japan. The goal is to produce Bio-Nano fuel cells or human batteries. It is an attempt to strip the electrons from human blood glucose in the way we get energy from food. More..
Unifications in Physics
James Clerk Maxwell unified electricity and magnetism with his electromagnetic theory and Einstein unified space, time, and gravity as well as matter and energy with his theory of relativity. More..
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About MRI.
An MRI machine is a large tube-shaped machine running through the magnet from front to end. The magnet creates a strong magnetic field around the patient and sends pulses of radio waves from the scanner. More...
The Basis for Micro Current Electrical Therapy in Conventional Medical Practice.
The use of electricity in medicine is not new. Clinicians used it over 150 years ago to treat nonunion bone fractures. More...
Instructions for using the Amsler grid.
Amsler grids can be obtained from an ophthalmologist or optometrist and may be used to test one's vision at home. More..
Nanotechnology Cures Medical Ailments.
Single units of a nanometer is one billionth of a meter. Nanotechnology in medicine makes use of nanometer sized chips to store and interprets high density quality information. More...
What is Electricity?
Electricity is a property of certain subatomic particles which couples to electromagnetic fields and causes attractive and repulsive forces between them. More...
Physics of Colors - Tinted Simplicity of Nature. Electromagnetic radiation at different wavelength (or energy, or frequency) takes on different names. For instance, if the wavelength is greater than 0.1 meter the radiation is called "radiofrequency"; if it is between 1 millimeter and 1 micron it is called "infrared"; More...
Surgical and non-surgical scarring is reduced with the use of Rosehip Seed Oil. Stretch marks fade away and leave behind smooth new skin. More....
Stem Cell Research - Because embryonic stem cells can develop into many different types of tissues, researchers hope these cells can be coaxed into replacing tissues whose function has been lost or compromised as a result of injury or disease. More....
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