Name Course Tile Instructor Due Date Article One Muscle Changes In Space: An Astronaut’s Experience Scott Parazynski is one of the astronauts that have been questioned under the research on space exploration in explaining what is going on in the space. The article attempts to explain some of muscle activities that influenced the ways in which the space affected the muscle atrophy. The main hypothesis of the paper involved the determination how the space exploration influence the muscular changes among the individuals. According to the research the major objective involves the ways in which the space explorers experience muscular changes. For example the research tends to portray that when one is form the space they tend to face a noticeable levels of atrophy. According to this information the major objective of the author is to identify the ways in which space exploration influence the physical factors affecting the space message is to analyze the way in which penile tissues are affected by exposure to Viagra hence leading to the erectile dysfunctions. The outcome of the research indicated that the Viagra has enormous effect on the penile tissue. According to the research it is possible to imply that the penile tissue just like any other body tissue is affected by the use of Viagra in the body. According to the article the erectile dysfunction can be analyzed from the perspective of what causes the system changes due to the Viagra exposure. From this perspective the research outcome has also followed a specific analysis of the erection process in order to analyze the specific tissues that influence the process specifically the erectile tissue. The research would be useful in the future to develop ways in which the treatment methods can be changed to fit the medical needs of the men. [...]
This assignment is for 3 articles. Each article must be one-page, double-spaced paper: I. Big Picture: What was the hypothesis of the research paper you selected? Why was the study conducted? What do you think the researchers wanted to happen? If you choose an article, what is the author’s main message? Identify why the article was written? II. Outcome: What did the research reveal? What actually happened? Was the experiment successful? Was anything learned if it was not? If you choose an article, discuss what supporting evidence the author is giving to build his/her case. III. Reflections: how might the findings be applied in the future?