สมาคมครูหนุ่มหล่อแห่งประเทศไทย
Group Blog
 
All Blogs
 
Scientific terminology,ศัพท์วิทยาศาสตร์7



Gall Bladder Disease: Gall bladder disease is characterized by severe pain that becomes localized in the upper right quadrant of your abdomen, radiating to your right lower scapula (shoulder blade). Nausea and vomiting are common. Diet is important, as any fats consumed will precipitate the pain.



Gastritis: A.K.A. inflammation of the stomach.



Gastrocnemius: A.K.A. calf muscle. The long, sleek muscle on your lower leg.



Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD): A.K.A. heartburn, GERD is a condition in which food and acid flow back into your esophagus from your stomach. The acid may damage your esophagus.



Gastrointestinal (GI) Tract: A.K.A. digestive tract.



Glaucoma: A disease of the eye. It is characterized by increased intraocular pressure.



Glomeruli: These are the tiny structures within your kidneys that filter waste products from your blood.

Glucose Intolerance: This means that you have trouble getting sugar from your bloodstream into your cells.



Glucose: A.K.A. sugar. Your body’s main source of energy. Glucose comes mainly from the digestion of carbohydrates.



Gluteal Muscles: A.K.A. butt. This is the largest muscle group in your body.



Golf: Injury Prevention and Health: Lift your clubs out of your car with your legs not your back. Arrive at the course 10 minutes early and do some stretching exercises for your back, shoulders, and legs. Walk the course instead of riding. Begin your practice sessions with a nine iron and work your way to a five iron. On cool days, wear layers of clothes. If you feel pain during your swing, stop immediately. Check with a a golf pro and physical therapist for strengthening and stretching exercises to improve the mechanics of your swing.



Golf-Strength Training: A few old-foggy golfers believe the myth that muscle-strengthening exercises such as weight training can hurt their golf game. Golf is a sport. And sportsmen train with weights. Check out pro golfers. They understand that a stronger and more flexible body will help keep their fitness levels up and their scores down.



Golgi Tendon Organ: When you stretch a muscle, you can activate your golgi tendon organ. Your golgi tendon organ relaxes the muscle so that it will not become injured. For example if you are trying to lift a weight off of the floor and it is too heavy for your muscles to support, your golgi tendon organ will cause your muscles to relax and you will drop the weight.



Gout: An attack of acute gouty arthritis is caused by the formation of needlelike, crystals of uric acid. Uric acid is a metabolite of your urine. When extreme, large deposits of uric acid surrounds joints, gout occurs acutely as intermittent attacks of joint pain. There is swelling, redness and warmth. In some individuals, it is a progressive, crippling,chronic disease that also damages the kidneys.



Grains: Grains are the seeds or fruits of cereal grasses. The unprocessed kernels are several layers surrounding a core. An outer, inedible layer called the hull, protects the entire seed. A layer of bran, made up of indigestible fiber and containing iron, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, and some protein is inside the hull. The germ is surrounded by the endosperm, a layer of starch inside a protein matrix. In the core is the germ, which contains unsaturated fat, protein, iron, niacin, thiamin, and riboflavin.



Gross Motor Task: A large muscle movement such as pushing a refrigerator.

growth, tumor, inflammation of the gland, or Graves' disease.



Gullet: A.K.A. esophagus.


Create Date : 06 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554
Last Update : 6 กุมภาพันธ์ 2554 10:07:50 น. 0 comments
Counter : 311 Pageviews.

ชื่อ : * blog นี้ comment ได้เฉพาะสมาชิก
Comment :
  *ส่วน comment ไม่สามารถใช้ javascript และ style sheet
 

hangclub
Location :


[Profile ทั้งหมด]

ให้ทิปเจ้าของ Blog [?]
ฝากข้อความหลังไมค์
Rss Feed
Smember
ผู้ติดตามบล็อก : 25 คน [?]




Friends' blogs
[Add hangclub's blog to your web]
Links
 
MY VIP Friend


 Pantip.com | PantipMarket.com | Pantown.com | © 2004 BlogGang.com allrights reserved.