Suffering from another case of [tag]writer’s block[/tag], growing schoolworks and a terrible headache again, so I’ll just be serving you some quick links to some web and blog tid bits and delights I found from my RSS subscriptions.
[tag]Health[/tag] and [tag]technology[/tag]
Successful Transplantation From Pig Embryos To Mice from ScienceDaily. It’s a good news for Diabetics out there. Your days of daily insulin shots, fearing blindness, amputation and other complications are now numbered as a new research has succeded in using pig embryo tissues transplanted in mice to grow insulin-producing tissues in the pancreas of mice with diabetic-like conditions. The research paves the way for pre-clinical trials that will improve this procedure so that it could be used to treat human patients afflicted with [tag]diabetes[/tag].
Mosquitos are now a step closer to help fight Malaria. Yes, you read it right, a study has discovered some Mosquito genes that help the insect fight off the Plasmodium parasite that causes the deadly [tag]malaria[/tag] disease in humans. Throw in some genetic engineering and in the future, we may have mosquitos that are actually helping in the eradication or controll of this age-old human killer.
Paranoid over your [tag]Internet security[/tag]? Well, It’s time to update your Internet security arsenal. It’s a nice article from pcworld.com, plus some 20 Great Utilities you could download for FREE to improve your pc’s performance.
Jong has finally had his share of [tag]blogging[/tag] stardom as he was interviewed by berlin of seoluv. Congrats Jong! Big time ka na, hahaha
Stretch your ethical stands:
A British Cardinal urges that the British Parliament amend its present abortion laws to make the legislation more up-to-date. From a limit of 24 weeks, Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor suggests. To better undestand the [tag]Bristish Abortion Law[/tag], here’s a quick and easy Q & A link.
[tag]Abortion[/tag]: right or wrong? Share your thoughts.