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Human Digestion

The animal and its home The animal I am writing this post about is the same type of animal that is reading this post. They have lots of hair on head (more than anywhere else). They have flesh skin, they wear clothes and live in houses. What it eats and how it catches prey What we eat depends on what we feel like. Fish: we use fishing rods or nets for fishing. Vegetables: we grow vegetables until they are ready. Fruit: we grow fruit until it is ripe. Products that can not be found in the wild: we buy things from the shop. Digestion process You breathe in through your windpipe but do not swallow through it. Food is broken down in the stomach: it then enters the small intestine as a thick liquid where it mixes with juices, … Read entire article »

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History of Antihistamine

Antihistamines replace histamine of the two receiver sites where it becomes bound to various vulnerable tissues, thus stopping histamine-triggered reactions under such circumstances as stress, inflammation, and allergy. The antihistamines that were the first to be presented are ones that fix at the so-called H1 receiver sites; they are therefore selected H1-blocking agents and face selectively all the pharmacological properties of histamine except those on stomach secretion. The development of these antihistamines dates from 1937, when French scientists discovered compounds that protected animals against both the deadly effects of histamine and those of deadly shock. The first antihistamines were byproducts of ethylamine; aniline-type mixtures, tested later and found to be more powerful, were too poisonous for clinical use. In 1942, the forerunner of modern antihistamines was discovered; then, mixtures that were … Read entire article »

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The Ndebele Culture

Ndebele Housing In the 18th Century the Ndebele tribe lived in grass huts, but later in the 18th Century they began living in mud-walled houses and they started doing a house painting. The patterns on the walls are one of the most important aspects in their communication through painting. The patterns are repeated throughout their design with only a tiny difference in colour choice. Ndebele History The Ndebele are part of the larger ethnic group called Nguni. They are thought to have travelled from Natal to the Transvaal region. In 1882, following friction with Voortrekker settlers over land and other resources, the farmer leader Piet Joubert led a campaign against the Ndebele leader Nyabela. Nyabela was imprisoned, and then released again in the late 1890s. Ndebele Costume or clothing Ndebele clothing is recognised by its colourful dress … Read entire article »

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Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Walkthrough part 1

In these written walkthroughs I will be telling you about what I am doing on my Skyrim profile, which will not always be part of the main quest. I could and will tell you about other quests for guilds, random citizens, etc. I will be starting the written walkthroughs from when I arrived in Riverwood. In my Skyrim profile I have chosen to be a Khajhit, for those of you who don’t know what that is: it is a large cat that stands on its back legs like a human. I think these are pretty cool because they get bonus damage while in hand to hand combat because they have claws. Now to get to my profile. I have arrived in Riverwood, now I need to look for Alvor the blacksmith. I … Read entire article »

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