Are Heart Attacks Sexist?

Can a disease be sexist? Well, no. Diseases do not “target” individuals. Afflictions do not “see” a person’s race or socioeconomic status when deciding who to target. However, social responses to people with certain diseases and methods for treating the disease certainly can be sexist.

IVD Degeneration and Repair

“Having a spine” is to be able to have tenacity. Just as the metaphor suggests, the spine does indeed support us and when problems arise with it, disaster occurs. One of these problems is herniation. The mechanism behind herniations is a complex topic, and researchers are now increasingly concerned …