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Waldemar Kowalski
· December 8, 2017
Simple for experts on the subject.

A task to solve for doctors....
Read the above text and suggest another therapy to solve the above problem. (Restoring erythrocytes to their electro negativity).

How do you restore their electronegativity to erythrocytes? By breathing ionized oxygen, oxygen, and not ionized air. We have nitrogen in the air and this in ionized form is harmful. Oxygen anions are normally formed in the cellular space of alveoli with a special enzyme. However, there is a second possibility, namely to ionize oxygen and give its minimum amounts to the inhaled air. The oxygen anions will replace the positively charged group. And the reductivity of the erythrocyte will be restored. The only exception is the hydrogen cation. Its bonds are stronger. This should be carefully controlled and the amount of ionized oxygen should not be more than 2-4 liters at a time. This therapy will improve the quality of blood, as it will increase the level of normal metabolism at the cellular level. Better metabolism means better health. Oxygen anions transported by erythrocytes are needed for cellular metabolism. Molecular oxygen is unfortunately almost useless. The patient's condition will be improved with a reduced number of useless erythrocytes. Because in our everyday life we ​​have a lot of harmful factors and eliminating the electronegativity of erythrocytes, our health deteriorates with age. The average life time of erythrocytes is shortened and all people on Earth suffer from this phenomenon. The starting position to the etiology of almost all so-called civilization diseases. Calculation of an individual amount of ionized oxygen depends on the blood count and should be calculated individually. We are all sick. In addition, the tendency of damaged erythrocytes to form nano blood clote in the cell space is the cause of aging of organisms, at least speeds up the process. In addition, nano blood clots interfere with fetal development and are the cause of developmental errors. The simplest example is the hypoxic newborns. Checkmate.
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Jeffrey Matala
· January 24, 2018
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Anastasi Sharp
· January 9, 2018
My liberal arts courses sharpened my critical thinking and writing skills, and offered important insights into today’s world and the precedents that shaped it. My COM courses offered real-world contac...t with the equipment, procedures, and people in the media, and fell short at times due to errors in advising and bureaucracy. I agree with the criticisms about tuition and fees and I agree that the university’s network is excellent domestically and abroad. Student life offers a wide variety of opportunities for students to carve their own niche in the accessible and student-friendly city of Boston. See More
Howard Carter
· November 11, 2017
I went in the 80s when the College of General Studies (CGS) was the College of Basic Studies (CBS). At that time the school was graded almost entirely on standardized tests with a bell curve (10%= F; ...20%= D, 30%=C, 20%=B, 10%=A). This system was brutal, and a lot of people did not maintain the 2.0 required to continue.

Other than that BU was a decent school and Boston was an amazing time. Just be aware of the curve if it is still in place at CGS, because it means bad grades, and bad grades follow you through life. BU already has a reputation for brutal grading practices, and CBS was the most brutal of the brutal. If this has changed then all good. If not, I would recommend that you avoid CGS.
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Rob Frazee
· September 4, 2017
I loved Boston, met some great people, and had plenty of good times, but attending this school for four years is an enormous economic risk.

The purpose of earning a college degree is to better students for the real world. The education was well above average, however there is an excess of state universities that offer educations that are just as good, if not better than what is offered at BU.

A "brand name" school does hold inherent value, however, as employers will be more impressed by a more prestigious name. Despite a strong name, BU's academic programs seem to severely lack relationships with corporations. Students can of course apply for internships on their own accord, however BU does little to guarantee its students will gain such professional experience, putting its value behind those of other schools offering more practical, immersive programs.

A ton of money is spent on the research being done at BU, and the findings are very impressive. Unfortunately, this means that the professors will care much more about their research than the classes they teach, so overall, undergrads shouldn't expect to gain much at all from the quality of research.
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Shannon Leah
· August 30, 2017
I met some of my best friends at BU. Although I am aware that I could have made best friends at any university, the difference is the sense of community that BU provides. The campus is unique and righ...t in the midst of the city (read: college town), with easy and quick access to everything if you put in the time. The academic opportunities are there. Again, put in the time. From community service to academic tutoring there are so many ways to engage yourself and enhance your resume. Take your time here, take it all in stride, and you will be rewarded with a promising future. See More
Tee Lock
· February 8, 2018
Learning, Virtue, Piety

Boston University (commonly referred to as BU) is a private research university in Boston, Massachusetts. The university is nonsectarian, and is historically affiliated with t...he United Methodist Church.

In FY2016, the University reported in $368.9 million in sponsored research, comprising 1,896 awards to 722 faculty investigators.

Boston University is home to several academic journals and publications.

The faculty of the CAS Writing Program offers their WR-enrolled undergraduates the opportunity to publish exceptional work in WR: Journal of the CAS Writing Program

The Academy Award-winning movie The Social Network (2010) involves a fictionalized version of Mark Zuckerberg, a Harvard student, offending his date by insisting that she does not need to study because "You go to B.U.!". Some Boston University students were insulted by this.
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Valentina Monte
· August 28, 2017
BRB Crying reading these reviews from all my friends (read: family), years after leaving BU. Wish I could give this a 10-star review. BU made me who I am and set me up for the career I dreamed. BU wer...e the best years, ever, and I have absolutely ZERO regrets about going to BU. I have life-long friends and the COM network has me running into fellow alums at every turn. BU is a school that sets you up for the world in a way that few of my colleagues at other schools experienced, and Boston is the only place in the world any human should ever go to college, PERIOD. ♥ See More
Sharisse Naomi
· August 29, 2017
Alright, now it's my turn to get on the BU ratings bandwagon.

Professors/instructors here are generally hit-or-miss. You either get outstanding ones who genuinely care about you and make you look for...ward to attending class (I've had quite a few, and wish I could name them here), or you get the ones who make you want to lie down in the middle of Comm Ave during rush hour (again, I've had quite a few, and wish I could name them here).

Classes, for the most part, are intellectually stimulating and appropriately challenging, sometimes too challenging. (See: LX 250. Don't say I didn't warn you.)

I used to live on campus, and the folks working in ResLife, at least in my case, were usually courteous and helpful. I was having issues with my roommate during the fall semester of my sophomore year and they handled the situation professionally and compassionately.

The school offers a wide range of campus activities. Students are generally kind to one another, and I found it easy to make friends. I did encounter some cattiness and middle school "clique" mentality during my time in a certain school within the university in which 99% of the students are female (guess which one?), but what can you do? Doesn't matter; I'm in a better college now with nicer people (COM).

Overall, I have enjoyed my time here, and the fact that this is my last semester is kind of bittersweet.
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Samuel Wonil Chang
· August 30, 2017
BU is a prestigious institution that offers a rigorous track in the physical sciences. Past the 100 level courses, there are many thought provoking and intriguing classes lectured by some of the best the field. The student body is internationally diverse and I'm lucky to have met some of my closest friends from all over the world. The campus space is limited, and you've just got to make do with what you're given. I wouldn't be the man I am today, nor would I be marrying my best friend and fellow terrier had I not attended BU. See More
Mary Catherine Chase
· August 29, 2017
Honestly, the experience here can be so hit or miss depending on where you live on campus, your major, how you get plugged in, who you are as a person, etc.

Overall, it is a large school where profi...ts are number one. You can get a lot out of it but that is up to you to dig for answers and support systems. The bureaucracy is really dysfunctional. It is easy to fall off the bandwagon or have mental health problems go unnoticed.

If you're an independent person looking for an academic challenge in an urban setting where there is potential to meet new people, it is a good fit. You might be able to find that with a cheaper price tag. I am glad I went to BU but am realistic that it is not for everyone and definitely has its flaws.
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Ann M Ryan
· February 9, 2018
I attended the school of fine arts and received many merit awards, scholarships, pell grants and eventually was a deans scholar. My professors actively helped me every step of the way. My mentors were... my friends and very accessible. It was an amazing experience and I would encourage folks to apply even if you think the cost is out of your league. I came from a lower middle class family and graduated with zero debt! My father cried when I got in so dreams do come true at BU. I never felt there was anything or any idea that I could not express and as a practicing conservative I find that very attractive. See More
Gabie Kur
· August 29, 2017
This school set me up to go into the job market and be leaps and bounds more prepared than my peers from other schools. I couldn't have achieved the success I did without the network it gave me, the r...eal world experience it taught me, and the social skills it allowed me to hone and perfect. This school was worth every penny. See More
Edgar Mjöllnir Thor
· August 29, 2017
I was a shit student and blame myself for my poor performance - the facilities and educators were top notch (for the most part)..that being said I have three complaints. (1) as a student athlete undergrad at the age of 17, I deserved some academic guidance; however, even when I was performing poorly, BU never uttered a peep (2) when I asked the academic counselors what I needed to do to get into med school, they literally laughed at me --> to those specific individuals, right here buddy *flashes middle finger* (3) you handle student athlete infractions very poorly...just because a student is a, let's say hockey player, doesn't mean they should get away with the most disgusting of actions (4) campus isn't aesthetic (sorry), but hey, at least the T is convenient. See More
Mark Davies
· November 23, 2017
My time in the Social Ethics Ph.D. program at Boston University was one of the most meaningful experiences of my life, and my ongoing relationship with the university as an alumnus has been extremely ...important to me. I am especially thankful for the current leaders of BU who have been taking the university to new levels of excellence over the past decade. See More
Aneesa Thannickal
· August 28, 2017
Great phenomenal experience. I am starting my fourth year of medical school now and I am only successful because of how BU prepared me. I made lifelong friends here and got to travel the world all whi...le finding the perfect balance between work and play. Not only is it an impressive city to live in in your formative years but the skills and experience far surpass the cost. Anyone who passes up an opportunity to come here is a fool. See More
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Glorielena Arata
· December 2, 2017
At BU Dental School I got not only a top degree but also I was able to meet wonderful friends from all over the globe. Boston is a wonderful city to enjoy a huge variety of experiences.
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Su Regnis
· October 3, 2017
One of your RACIST RADICAL Professors:
Saida Grundy, who was recently hired by the university to teach sociology and African-American studies, called white males a “problem population” on Twitter in a...ddition to posting multiple anti-White tweets, according to Fox News.

Among her more controversial tweets, she wrote, “White masculinity isn’t a problem for America’s colleges, white masculinity is THE problem for America’s colleges.”

She also said via Twitter, “Every MLK week I commit myself to not spending a dime in white-owned businesses. And every year I find it nearly impossible.”

Another one of her tweets put a target on Ben Affleck after he tried to hide the fact that he is a descendant of slave owners. Grundy wrote, “dear white people: u are all ben affleck. those euphemisms for ur ancestors like ‘farmers’ & ‘pioneers’ means owned humans & killed natives.”
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Simran Totwani
· August 30, 2017
As a transfer student, I am grateful to BU for all that it has offered me- Beginning from a transfer dorm to having over 500 student clubs and organizations on campus. A multitude of resources are off...ered including career opportunities ranging from career fairs to information sessions. Questrom has provided growth for students both professionally and personally and I am proud to be a Terrier!

Someone who is giving BU a 1 is simply dramatic and has not taken advantage of what BU offers.
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Research has long associated sugary soda drinking with weight gain, type 2 diabetes, and other health issues. Now, a new study led by BU researchers has also found that the intake of one or more sugar-sweetened beverages per day—by either partner—is associated with a decreased chance of getting pregnant.

One or more soda's a day could effect your chances of getting pregnant. Study surveyed both men and women trying to conceive

What a week! On Wednesday, Terriers took to BU Beach to soak up the rays on a 70+ degree day. The next day? Snow ❄️
Only in New England! 🙃

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Will we soon be living through a Robocaplypse, where automation sweeps industry and replaces human workers with machines? Professor Pascual Restrepo says that while statistics may not seem to be in humans' favor, there is reason to be hopeful long-term.

BU economist finds job loss to machines, but sees long-term hope

This Black History Month, graduate student Lynae Bogues (GRS'18) is using her social platforms to spread awareness of little-known African American heroes & clear up misconceptions in a daily video series titled, "60 Seconds of Blackness."

"This project is the perfect opportunity to...learn what I can in the classroom and transform it in ways that makes it accessible to people who don’t have access to a classroom,” she says.

Grad student creates social video project in honor of Black History Month

You've never seen anything like these Oreo-stuffed rainbow sprinkle cookies. 🌈 This indulgent treat is the brainchild of Instagram baker extraordinaire Nina Levine (SSW’17, SPH’19), aka Bakes 2 to Tango.

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The sunset signals the end to a great long weekend here on BU-tiful Comm. Ave.
[📸: Young Lee]

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The collections at the The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center include intimate love letters from across generations. This Valentine's week, we brought to life love letters from an interracial couple in the 1930s, a New York couple on death row, and famous celebrities.

Actors read romantic love letters from Gotlieb Center collections

It's the first long weekend of the spring semester and Boston is celebrating with free ice skating, museum admission and more.

Outdoor activities, museums, movies, and more on tap

Meet Jordan Greenway (CGS’17, CAS’19), a Terrier Hockey forward and the first African-American to compete for the Olympic US Hockey Team. Jordan opened the PyeongChang Olympics this week with a goal vs. Slovenia. #ProudToBU

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Meet Jordan Greenway. This college student is making history in PyeongChang by being the first African-American to compete on an Olympic US hockey team.

This #ThrowbackThursday we look at how Rhett has changed through the years, just in time for the start of the 2018 Lunar New Year - the "Year of the Dog" 🐶

Love is in the air! 💞
Did you know that an estimated 9,030 couples met here on Comm. Ave? Read some of their epic love stories, just in time for Valentine's Day.

Meet couples whose romance started on campus in our Valentine’s Day photo essay

Safe sex has a tiny, winged ambassador on Comm. Ave. Meet Boston University Student Health Services' condom fairy, a program that delivers 5,000 packages a year discreetly to students by mail for free. Each includes products like male and female condoms, lubricant and oral dams along with information on STI testing locations in Boston and consent-related education that help make it easier to practice safer sex.

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The Class of 2022 is breaking records, with 64,470 students applying by the January 2 deadline. That’s a 6 percent rise over last year’s record of 60,701 applicants, with early decision applicants leading the surge:

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Boston may be America's college town, but there's still plenty only true Terriers know. What would you add?

Sure, there are plenty of schools in Boston, but there's still a lot that sets BU apart.

Among the items belonging to The Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center are are President Nixon's resignation letter, letters by Robin Williams, and Lauren Bacall’s Oscar. Some of the material has been donated by BU alums, like Geena Davis (CFA’79, Hon.’99) and MLK, but most of its 2,000 donors have no affiliation with BU. See how staff go about cultivating these historical treasures:

Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center director Vita Paladino: great narratives, all with meaning