Interesting diseases?





I have to write an essay about any disease but try to cover as much as we can on the topics we have learned in my course. We've done nervous, endocrine, excretory, genetic, immune systems. We also have to talk about any ongoing research/contributions being done on that disease. I want a disease that has interesting causes and included a few of the topics we've covered. I looked up a few diseases like schizophrenia and huntington's but these usually only have a genetic cause.



Similar Asks:

  • How is schizophrenia viewed by society? - Im currently doing a levels and right a 5000 words essay on schizophrenia. Im currently writing a section on how schizophrenia is viewed in society. I would like your opinions on how you view schizophrenia and if you are a sufferer how society treats you? Please be as honest as you possibly can .Thanks
  • Is a HD (huntington’s disease) gene dominant or recessive? - I’m Studying the huntington’s disease for science, writing an essay, and I have to write a paragraph for genetics.This answer is simple yes or no question.add some detail please.
  • What Does Evaluate Mean? - I’m writing an essay for communicable diseases and for my D1 criteria it requires you to evaluate the factors that affect the transmission of diseases upon the international community. What does this mean? Does it mean give reasons like why it affects the transmission of disease or something else?
  • How Is this for my essay!? - This is my “What I Learned” paragraph about a project I did regarding journalists and what they did that brought them fame and recognition.This project was very interesting to me. At first I questioned what importance there in writing about deceased, or “infamous” journalists. However as I began my research, those thoughts quickly vanished. I
  • How can i know if the kids will understand my essay? - How can i know if the kids will understand my essay? I have to make a small book about endocrine system so that kids can understand but i have no idea how to start. Endocrine system is much more complicated to begin with. Any idea, suggestion would be great. BTW i need to make 12
  • I need help with finding a research topics!? - Hey. I was wondering what other specific topics can i research about for a 4000 word research essay (EXTENDED ESSAY FOR IB 1 ON AMERICAN AND WORLD HISTORY)? I picked “US Women in Aviation 1906-1932″ because “airplanes” was my theme for art and i wanted to do research for both subjs ; however, I am
  • Can you look at my application essay please? - please look at the following and provide some constructive criticism. This is an application statement for a lab position in college. In the space below, please write a personal statement of approximately one page. Topics to cover might include: why you want to do research, what field(s) you are most interested in, why you




4 Answers to “Interesting diseases?”

  1. suckled says:

    You can’t miss with diabetes. It’s an endocrine disorder with both genetic and lifestyle causes and affects almost every organ (and system) in the body. There are lots of organization devoted to it, it affects all ages and there’s been lots of research done on it.

  2. tanja says:

    Well it depends on your personality.If your pervy you should do like aids or HIV or something.If yyou sad,you should do bipolar- or manic derpession.

  3. escolar says:

    you might want to try fibromyalgia. a lot of ongoing research and there are a few ways one can get this. just a thought.

  4. unmitring says:

    Hello, Alzheimers DiseaseWhat is Alzheimers Disease? The most common form of dementing illness,Alzheimers Disease (AD) is a progressive, degenerative disease that attacks thebrain, causing impaired memory, thinking and behavior. The person with AD mayexperience confusion, personality and behavior changes, impaired judgment, anddifficulty finding words, finishing thoughts or following directions. Iteventually leaves its victims incapable of caring for themselves.What happens to the brain in Alzheimers Disease? In AD The nerve cellsin the part of the brain that controls memory, thinking, are damaged,interrupting the passage of messages between cells. The cells developdistinctive changes that are called neuritic plaques (clusters of degeneratingnerve cell ends) and neurofibrillary tangles (masses of twisted filaments whichaccumulate in previously health nerve cells). Read the complete essay here: