Soil Fertilization: a Need in Burundi

Burundi is a country which has a surface of almost 28,000 square kilometers with a population bordering 11 million inhabitants it faces in a very worrisome way a continuous decrease of soil fertility this loss of fertility is due to several factors, among which erosion, over exploitation of lands, bad agricultural practices, washing lexie ation […]

Why babies laugh | Caspar Addyman | TEDxBratislava

Translator: Ivana Krivokuća Reviewer: Tijana Mihajlović Babies laugh. (Laughter) Babies laugh a lot. They laugh at mommies, They laugh at daddies, They laugh at siblings, They laugh at grannies, They laugh at cats, They laugh at dogs, They laugh even While sleeping in their cots, They laugh at songs And peek-a-boo, Babies laugh more Than […]

Tackling Child Marriage: An Economic Approach | Dr Zaki Wahhaj | Think Kent

My name is Dr Zaki Wahhaj and I’m a senior lecturer in the School of Economics at the University of Kent. My research focuses on developing countries and in particular I’m interested in how social and cultural practices are sustained in societies and how they evolve. In today’s lecture I’m going to talk about the […]

Does a Human Fetus Have a Soul?

As human beings, we all have a physical aspect to us, our bodies, and a non-physical aspect that we call a soul. Our soul animates our body, and it’s only separated from our body when we die. Both the body and the soul are essential aspects of what it means to be human. They’re essential […]

Fetal Circulation – Embryology

Why Is Childbirth So Difficult? | Darwin, MD #1

Imagine serving as a physician in the obstetrics and gynecology department of a large hospital. Two women arrive on the same day ready to each give birth to their first child. Both are twenty-five and experienced an uneventful pregnancy. They are fit and ready for the experience. Both planned for a vaginal delivery. One did […]

Prenatal Development: What Babies Learn Inside the Womb

Everything starts the day your mum’s egg meets your dad’s sperm. Four weeks later your little brain begins to form. Epidemiologist David Barker says, that whilst developing inside our mother, we are receiving postcards from the outside world. These postcards tell us if this world is dangerous or safe, if food is plentiful or scarce. […]

Preparing for preterm baby’s hospital discharge

As your baby begins to mature you now have begun to interact and take care of your baby more often. One of the major things that you are now doing is beginning to participate in the feeding process of your baby. So be it bottle feeding or breastfeeding you’ll be doing this more and more […]