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3 thoughts on “If money wasn’t an issue, what research would you pursue and why?”
If money wasn’t an issue I would pursue research regarding the effects of vaping on the physical and mental health of young adults. Vaping research is an important area of study because it can help to understand the health effects of e-cigarettes and other vaping devices. E-cigarettes have become increasingly popular in recent years, particularly among young people, and there is a growing concern about the potential health risks associated with their use. Vaping research can help to identify these risks and inform public health policy and education efforts. Additionally, understanding the mechanisms of vaping can also lead to new ways to help people quit smoking, which is a major public health issue. Overall, if money was not an issue, vaping research would be important to promote public health and well-being.
I would purse research related to Alzheimers and how to a) identify it early and b) treat it and increase the positive outcomes.
If money was not object, I would research a cure for Osteogenesis Imperfecta Type II. OI is a genetic condition that effects infants in the womb. The neonate has low calcium levels making bone break and infant demise prior to birth.