The reproductive system of both males and females are specialized in function and that they only work with the specific gender they are given to. While the female reproductive system is more complex as it houses the environment a fertilized egg will grow into, the male reproductive system is in no way a simple one as well. Perhaps, the most visible difference of the male reproductive system to that of the females is that the male have an external protruding structure. This external structure is situated outside of the body and consists of the penis, the testicles, and the scrotum. Read more…
There's less than one week left until the June 9 Nova Scotia election. Current polls have the NDP poised to form a government, forcing the incumbent Progressive Conservatives into opposition.
But, of course, the results are not decided until the last ballot is counted. So for doctors and patients alike who are still unsure of how they are going to vote, Doctors Nova Scotia has put together a voter's guide that includes not only the medical association's position on five important health policy topics (physician recruitment, emergency care, long-term care, healthy living, and electronic medical records) but also the positions of the Tories, the NDP and the Liberals on those topics, to help voters discern where the parties stand.
Posted by David Elkins and others at 3:00 AM
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