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Physiology is the scientific study of the functions and mechanisms which work within a living system.

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Organizations relating to Physiology

European Society for Immunodeficiencies / Geneva, Switzerland / Est. 1994
European Sleep Research Society / Regensburg, Germany / Est. 1972
Africa Humanitarian Action / Addis Ababa, Ethiopia / Est. 1994
Horizontal Technical Cooperation Group of Latin America and the Caribbean on HIV/AIDS / Panama, Panama
World Allergy Organization - IAACI / Milwaukee WI, USA / Est. 1945
International Immunocompromised Host Society / Est. 1980
International Hypoxia Symposium
ICASO / Toronto ON, Canada / Est. 1990
Latin American Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS
European Centre for Allergy Research Foundation / Berlin, Germany / Est. 2003
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS / Nairobi, Kenya / Est. 1992
European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology / Zurich, Switzerland / Est. 1956
Infections Control World Organization
Asia Pacific Leadership Forum on HIV/AIDS and Development / Bangkok, Thailand / Est. 2002
Firelight Foundation / Santa Cruz CA, USA
International AIDS Economics Network / Fountain Hills AZ, USA / Est. 1993
International Society for Chronobiology / Vigo, Spain / Est. 1937
Central American HIV/AIDS Prevention Project / Guatemala, Guatemala / Est. 1996
Global Media AIDS Initiative / Est. 2004
European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry / Barcelona, Spain / Est. 1978
PharmAccess Foundation / Amsterdam, Netherlands / Est. 2001
International Union against Sexually Transmitted Infections / Southampton, UK / Est. 1923
East European and Central Asian Union of PLWH / Kiev, Ukraine / Est. 2005
International Center for HIV/AIDS Research and Clinical Training in Nursing / San Francisco CA, USA / Est. 1991
International Conference on Physiology of Food and Fluid Intake

View all profiles (316 total) in the Yearbook of International Organizations

World Problems relating to Physiology

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Chronic fatigue syndrome
Acquired human immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)
Heterosexual infection of women with AIDS
Human immunodeficiency virus infection
Maladjusted children
Vulnerability of children to AIDS
Ill-defined health conditions
Defective human immune system
Rheumatoid arthritis
Environmental plant diseases
Infectious revenge
Disharmonies of organs in the body
Disharmonies of the yin organs
Risks of immunization
Congenital immune deficiencies
Hazards of cosmetic use
Homosexual and bisexual men as vectors of AIDS
Sleep deprivation
Von Economo's disease
Heat disorders

Action Strategies relating to Physiology

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Supporting people with AIDS
Educating about HIV/AIDS
Using vaccines to prevent communicable diseases
Undertaking organ transplants
Studying diseases of blood and blood-forming organs
Preventing further incidence of AIDS
Immunizing against disease
Immunizing against cancer
Treating sore throat
Immunizing against hepatitis
Organizing immunization programme
Providing organ bank
Combating discrimination in relation to HIV/AIDS
Donating organs for transplantation
Safeguarding sleep
Researching allergies
Encouraging sleeping in public
Donating body to science
Supporting women living with HIV/AIDS
Informing about allergies
Informing about HIV/AIDS
Facilitating contacts among immunologists
Developing HIV / AIDS prevention programmes
Accelerating research on improved vaccines
Depriving sleep

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