What we have no idea is why that muscle tissue is more easily wounded, and why it generally does not repair itself as a normal muscle tissue does. We are blazing a trail for the analysis and use of genome sequencing by characterizing the genes that are turned on and switched off in dystrophic versus regular muscle. Our Middle and research program is translational truly. We make discoveries at the bench, and we can validate our results in the clinic, and vice versa. There have become few nursing schools that have significant bench lab research programs with the infrastructure and convenience of research and schooling our future nurse scientists.Danielle McCarthy, the lead author, says the problem is partly down to the actual fact that people do not think of caffeine as a medication but instead as a food product. Dr. McCarthy from the Northwestern University in Chicago, says people using caffeine supplements and supplements have to know that caffeine is usually a drug and it’s overuse is potentially harmful, especially when it really is mixed with additional pharmaceuticals to induce euphoria. McCarthy says the tendency in the pro-drug lifestyle towards advertising legal alternatives to illegal drugs, can be very harmful, and teenagers taking caffeine either to stay awake or for a sense of euphoria, may actually end up in the emergency department more often than first thought, because young adults taken to a hospital for upper body pains and heart palpitations are hardly ever asked if they’ve used caffeine supplements.