The Full Picture of Our Lead Problem America is facing its second lead crisis. This time around, the effects are less obvious, but no less worrying. The Full Picture of Our Lead Problem Explainer Edit Delete
Increased echogenicity of renal cortex is not a sensitive measure of renal function. When present, it is more commonly seen in tubulointerstitial disease rather than glomerular disease
A thought is born: The shape of the mind and its functions match the fetal position of a baby in the womb. The area of the brain responsible for controlling the arms is located in the brain at the baby's arms. The area responsible for controlling your mouth movements is located in the brain at the baby's mouth. Everything is a match except for the visual cortex which we had placed at the back of the head.