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Rights to Genetic Property

This press conference was publicized widely as yet another clash between science (in this case, genetics) and religion. However, as Ronald Cole-Turner, a theologian, comments, such sentiments are far from universal even among religious representatives.37 In a statement made in 1989, the United Church of Christ stated, we welcome genetic engineering's development, pledging to support a climate of thoughtful reflection, public awareness, appropriate regulation and justice in distribution. Three years later, the United Methodist Church stated Genetic techniques have enormous potential for enhancing creation and human life when they are applied to environmental, agricultural, and medical problems. With respect to patent issues themselves, the National Council of Churches (an affiliation of about thirty theistic denominations) already had taken a stand in 1986 Scientists, investors and managers who provide the knowledge and capital necessary for biotechnological development and marketing...

Case Study III Psychiatric Perspectives

Walker was in her usual state of health, an active retiree (retired schoolteacher), until about three years before this evaluation when she developed some short-term memory difficulties. Over the ensuing year, this memory difficulty slowly progressed, and she found she was burning food on the stove and getting lost driving when she ventured beyond her neighborhood. She remained active, however (volunteering at her local church four days a week), and in good spirits. She was initially seen by her internist, who, after performing a physical examination and obtaining routine laboratory studies, found no immediate cause for this memory loss and referred her for neurologic evaluation. The consulting neurologist diagnosed early-stage AD and prescribed donepezil, 10 mg day. Her Folstein MMSE score at that time was 26. An MRI scan was essentially normal, with only a question of minimal cortical atrophy.

Pethidine intermediate B Pethidinum corpus intermissum C

A spineless, dome-shaped cactus (Lophophora williamsii) native to Mexico and the southwest United States, having buttonlike tubercles that are chewed fresh or dry as a narcotic drug by certain Native American peoples. Also called mescal. 2. Hallucinogenic buttons from several types of cactus (Lophophora williamsii, Anhalo-nium lewinii). Well known for its hallucinogenic effects, contains at least 28 alkaloids, the principal one of which is mescaline. Peyote figures prominently in old religious rituals of certain North American Indian peoples and in the ritual of the Native American Church. The sale, use, or possession of dried mescal buttons or live plants is prohibited by law in some places.Peyote is found only on limestone soils of the Chihua-huan desert of southern Texas, USA and northern Mexico. Averaging about eight centimetres (three inches) wide and five centimetres (two inches) tall, the body of the peyote cactus is spineless, soft, and in most cases, blue green in...

Classification Excess The Multiplicity Of Pain And Suffering

Were more likely than less-challenged patients to engage in private religious activities, perhaps as a coping mechanism. The longer time that patients had been living with pain, the less forgiving'' they were, and the less support they received from their church community. Such patients tend to lose hope, become bitter, grow angry at themselves, at society, and at God. Forgiveness, negative religious coping, daily spiritual experiences, religious support, and self-rankings of religious spiritual intensity significantly predicted mental health status. Suffering and pain are persistent features of human life, but they are not timeless or placeless states. They can involve specific churches and local communities, as well as widely shared genes and neurons. We cannot fully understand them apart from an awareness of how the human brain situates us inescapably within the modifying environments of a particular time and place, and culture.

C3a Receptors Signaling in Mast Cells

Previous studies indicated that while C3a and C5a induce mediator release in human skin mast cells, lung mast cells are unresponsive to these anaphylatoxins (el-Lati, Dahinden, and Church 1994 Fureder, Agis, Willheim, Bankl, Maier, Kishi, Muller, Czerwenka, Radaszkiewicz, Butterfield Klappacher, Sperr, Oppermann, Lechner, and Valent 1995 Schulman, Post, Henson, and Giclas 1988). Based on these findings, it was proposed that human lung mast cells do not express C3aR or C5aR. One possible reason for this discrepancy might reflect the fact that while MCtc cells are the predominant cell type present in the skin they are the minority cell type found in the lung (Irani, Bradford, Kepley, Schechter, and Schwartz 1989 Xia, Kepley, Sakai, Chelliah, Irani, and Schwartz 1995). Indeed, Oskeritzian et al, (Oskeritzian et al. 2005) recently showed that MCT cells in the lung do not express C5aR whereas MCTC cells do and that this is correlated with substantial C5a-induced degranulation and LTC4...

Dietary Problems

Use coupons, unit pricing, and shopping lists. Plan and prepare ahead, freezing several meals at once. Buy more generic or store-brand foods and foods on sale. Find food assistance programs or sources for free and reduced-price meals, such as churches, Meals On Wheels, Congregate Dining, and Food Stamps. Buy more low-cost foods, such as dried beans and peas, rice, pasta, canned tuna, and peanut butter.


Normally a Schedule I substance is illegal to possess except under special permission to do research with it, but for many years members of the Native American Church were allowed to possess and use peyote (but not the pure drug mescaline) for religious purposes. During the 1990s their legal situation The religion of Peyotism (of which the Native American Church is but one variety) is a topic beyond the scope of this book, but drug-induced visions are only one part of the practitioners' way of life. Observers have noted that Peyotism can be an effective way of dealing with addiction to alcohol and opiates. Traditional peyote use occurs in a group context, a social gathering of persons sharing and furthering the same beliefs and goals. A solitary user estranged from such a setting is likely to have a far different peyote experience. For instance, one element of a peyote session can be nervousness and fear, emotions that may have different impacts depending on whether a user is alone or...

Four Social Classes

On Saturday or Sunday, working-class people who could stand and walk attended the Pentecostal Holiness, Church of God, or Seventh-Day Adventist churches. Lower-middle class churchgoers typically went to the Baptist, Methodist, and Presbyterian churches. Although we were nominal Methodists, on occasion my grandfather decided to be a Home Methodist for that Sunday because he didn't have a dollar to put in the collection plate. On those Sunday mornings, I would either stand outside the African Methodist Episcopal Church and listen longingly to the music or attend the Holy Roller Church with a friend. I had a great time yelling out the hymns, speaking in tongues, flailing about, and running up and down and rolling in the aisles. Kids in our church did their best to pass the time during the service, kicking the seats and picking at each other, adding under the bed after all the hymn titles, snickering when the collection plate contained only a few cents, and fanning furiously to cope with...


With the number of chickens reared (Friend. 1883 W Jones. 1880 Gill. 1963), for thirteen is the number traditional to a clutch of eggs placed under a hen during the spring (G E Evans. 1966). There was a similar belief in France - if you threw the first primroses you found before the goslings, it would kill them, and if you took the flowers indoors, the goslings would die before being hatched (Sebillot). It was even unlucky to include primroses (and hazel catkins) in the posy carried to church on Easter Sunday. Violets had to be put in too, to compensate for the primroses (Tongue. 1965). But it was probably a lot more serious than it seems, at least in some areas, those in which primroses were looked on as a death token, just as snowdrops are. One explanation from Sussex is that it was used to strew on graves, and to dress up corpses in the coffin (Latham). Certainly, quarrels have been recorded as arising from this belief, and it could lead to charges of ill-wishing. Anyone giving a...

Systemic Disease

SCLE has been associated with a myriad of other diseases. Polymorphic light eruption (PLE), an inherited photosensitivity disorder, has frequently been associated with SCLE and they may have a common genetic predisposition (Millard et al. 2001b). Two-thirds of SCLE cohorts develop PLE and PLE cohorts have an increased relative risk of SCLE (Millard et al. 2001b). Case reports of porphyria cutanea tarda (Camp and Davis 1997), Sweet's syndrome (Goette 1985), Crohn's disease (Ashworth 1992), gluten sensitive enteropathy (Messenger and Church 1986), and X-linked Chronic Granulomatous Disease Carrier Status (Cordoba-Guijarro et al. 2000) have been associated with SCLE. Because of the infrequency of the latter reports, they may be incidental.