As you step behind the white line on the running track, adrenaline runs through your veins as you get yourself ready for the race of your life. You jump up and down and try some breathing exercises, anything to get that gold medal. And for some athletes, they really would do anything to get that gold medal, like cheating with more oxygen. That’s where blood doping comes in.
Right now, history is in its making in the world of biotechnology. It is a hot topic, full of new discoveries and on-going research. Whether that topic is on GMOs, Crispr, or human cloning, researchers are approaching it with an open mindset and optimism for the world improvements that could “stem” out it. Some of these topics are controversial, but let’s look at an overview of these topics with an impartial and scholarly viewpoint.
The venerable adage “you get what you give” rationalizes that personal endeavors determine the degree of reciprocity. In the context of stewardship, one’s treatment of the Earth produces an immediate environment that is equipped to support life or an environment vulnerable to adversities; there is an unequivocal kinship between Earth and its subjects.
Many forgo vaccinations for their children for a multitude of reasons – because it’s against their beliefs, because of its widespread, yet erroneous, link to autism, or simply because it is not required in their state. Whatever the reason may be, the effect of anti-vaccination can be disastrous.