Tag: Biology

Beware of the risk of dehydration in summer – biology facts

dehydration in summer

With the heat wave, the sun, and the uninterrupted movements during the summer period are born the great losses of water leading to weight loss. This is called dehydration. This is more common in fragile subjects such as girls and children. Pregnant and elderly women should not be excluded from this category. Dehydration has a drastic effect on these subjects and the subjects who are more rigid to them: men. And, making your arrangements could protect you from this pathology. First recommendation: drink at least 1.5 liters of water every day! Did you know that heat greatly increases our water loss? And yes, every day our...

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Medicine Admission Requirements

Medicine Admission Requirements

Is studying medicine your ultimate dream? Then read everything you need to know about the admission requirements for this university study in this blog. What prior education do you need? If you want to study medicine, you need a high school diploma with one of these profiles: Nature & Health with physicsNature & Technology with biology Admission is possible with both Mathematics A and Mathematics B. If you do not meet these requirements, you are deficient and you must make up for the missing science courses and request an admission decision. You do this at the admissions committee of the degree program you have chosen. You will...

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What is the difference between physics and chemistry?

Lab coats, experiments and complicated calculations… Physics and chemistry have quite a bit in common. Yet they are two completely different subjects. Read more about it in this blog. What is the difference between physics and chemistry? In this blog we take a good look at both subjects. We go deeper into the separate courses and also tell you what the differences and similarities are. Chemistry subject In chemistry it is mostly about chemical reactions. You investigate processes in which new substances are formed from starting materials. A well-known example is the combustion of natural gas. The substances natural gas and oxygen are converted into carbon dioxide and water. Chemists...

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