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How nuclear energy used in medicine?

 In nuclear medicine, medical professionals inject a tiny amount of  a radioisotope-a chemical element that produces radiation-into a  patient's body. A specific organ pic (MORE)
In Physics

How much energy is produced when the sun converts 1 kg of mass into energy?

The conversion of 1 kilogram mass (through fusion of nuclei)  generates 9 x 10^16 joules.    Energy added to an object increases its apparent mass, on a scale  of 25 (MORE)
In Science

How nuclear energy is use in science and medicine?

In hos­pitals or on TV, you've probably seen patients undergoing radiation therapy for cancer, and doctors ordering PET scans to diagnose patients. These are part of the medi (MORE)
In Health

What are medicines?

Medicines are drugs or other remedies designed to improve or restore health. Medicine is the science and art of healing. It encompasses a variety of health care practices evol (MORE)