Fibromyalgia is a central nervous system illness and is also referred to as a syndrome rather than a disease. Unlike a disease, which is a by yvette
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yvette Fibromyalgia is a central nervous system illness and is also referred to as a syndrome rather than a disease. Unlike a disease, which is a
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Fibromyalgia is a disease that affects the central nervous system.  It is a disease that causes a central nervous system to become oversensitive to pain impulses from various sensory centers of the body.  #Fibromyalgia by Sonia ʚϊɞ Nesbitt
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Sonia ʚϊɞ Nesbitt Fibromyalgia is a disease that affects the central nervous system. It is a disease that causes a central nervous system to become oversensitive to pain impulses from various sensory centers of the body. #Fibromyalgia
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Goji Berries, The medicinal berry Also known as wolfberries, it’s high in vitamin A helping eye ailments like CATARACTS and MACULAR DEGENERATION. This berry, like many others is high in antioxidants helping to improve MEMORY, stop cellular damage and prevents HEART DISEASE. The fiber it contains helps regulate the digestive system. High in protein it’s great for building muscles and the IMMUNE SYSTEM. It has 18 AMINO ACIDS, which helps COMBAT FAT and develop the NERVOUS SYSTEM. #Dherbs by cheryl
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cheryl Goji Berries, The medicinal berry Also known as wolfberries, it’s high in vitamin A helping eye ailments like CATARACTS and MACULAR DEGENERATION. This berry, like many others is high in antioxidants helping to improve MEMORY, stop cellular damage and prevents HEART DISEASE. The fiber it contains helps regulate the digestive system. High in protein it’s great for building muscles and the IMMUNE SYSTEM. It has 18 AMINO ACIDS, which helps COMBAT FAT and develop the NERVOUS SYSTEM. #Dherbs
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Himalaya, Herbal Healthcare Gotu Kola Organic Caplets, Memory Enhancer, 60-Count by The Himalaya Drug Company. $9.95. Stimulates the effectivness of the brain and increases one's ability to focus while having a soothing soothing and relaxin effect on the nervous system. Improves mental functions such as concentration and memory. An excellent hern for children with ADD. Aids in aint-anziety and anti-stress. Support the central nervous system. Gotu kola has been referred to ... by delores
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delores Himalaya, Herbal Healthcare Gotu Kola Organic Caplets, Memory Enhancer, 60-Count by The Himalaya Drug Company. $9.95. Stimulates the effectivness of the brain and increases one's ability to focus while having a soothing soothing and relaxin effect on the nervous system. Improves mental functions such as concentration and memory. An excellent hern for children with ADD. Aids in aint-anziety and anti-stress. Support the central nervous system. Gotu kola has been referred to ...
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Brazil nuts. DOSE: 1-2 a day. Brazil nuts are most renowned for their selenium. They are the best natural source of selenium, rather than supplements and they help boost your immune system, avoid cancer and heart disease, as well as support a healthy thyroid function. Minor selenium deficiency is very common and can lead to thyroid troubles. by melba
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melba Brazil nuts. DOSE: 1-2 a day. Brazil nuts are most renowned for their selenium. They are the best natural source of selenium, rather than supplements and they help boost your immune system, avoid cancer and heart disease, as well as support a healthy thyroid function. Minor selenium deficiency is very common and can lead to thyroid troubles.
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The Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Information on how the CNS (Central Nervous System),how the PNS (Peripheral Nervous System) is related to it. The PNS can be further divided into two different systems:Somatic Nervous System and the Autonomic Nervous System by teri-71
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teri-71 The Nervous and Endocrine Systems. Information on how the CNS (Central Nervous System),how the PNS (Peripheral Nervous System) is related to it. The PNS can be further divided into two different systems:Somatic Nervous System and the Autonomic Nervous System
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Are Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia Related to Parkinson's Disease? - Health Rising by marta
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marta Are Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia Related to Parkinson's Disease? - Health Rising
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Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP), sometimes referred to as Stone Man Syndrome, is an extremely rare disease of the connective tissue. A mutation of the body's repair mechanism causes fibrous tissue (including muscle, tendon, and ligament) to be ossified when damaged. In many cases, injuries can cause joints to become permanently frozen in place. Surgical removal of the extra bone growths has been shown to cause the body to "repair" by cynthia
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cynthia Fibrodysplasia ossificans progressiva (FOP), sometimes referred to as Stone Man Syndrome, is an extremely rare disease of the connective tissue. A mutation of the body's repair mechanism causes fibrous tissue (including muscle, tendon, and ligament) to be ossified when damaged. In many cases, injuries can cause joints to become permanently frozen in place. Surgical removal of the extra bone growths has been shown to cause the body to "repair"
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stages of change. This is also referred to as the transtheoretical model by prochaska and diclemente. by LiveLoveLaughMyLife
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LiveLoveLaughMyLife stages of change. This is also referred to as the transtheoretical model by prochaska and diclemente.
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Erythema infectiosum or Fifth Disease ~ Fifth disease, also known as erythema infectiosum, or slapped cheek syndrome, is an infectious disease caused by parvovirus B19. During incubation(10 days), the patient is contagious and may display a number of ailments: mild fever, runny nose, headache, sore throat, joint pain, etc. An erythema (rash) then appears on the cheeks before spreading to the limbs, the torso, and the buttocks. These symptoms fade spontaneously after 10 days. by bernadine
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bernadine Erythema infectiosum or Fifth Disease ~ Fifth disease, also known as erythema infectiosum, or slapped cheek syndrome, is an infectious disease caused by parvovirus B19. During incubation(10 days), the patient is contagious and may display a number of ailments: mild fever, runny nose, headache, sore throat, joint pain, etc. An erythema (rash) then appears on the cheeks before spreading to the limbs, the torso, and the buttocks. These symptoms fade spontaneously after 10 days.
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Scott McKenzie          The singer-songwriter, who sang the 1967 hippie anthem "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)," died after battling Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a disease that impacts the nervous system. He was 73. by deloris
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deloris Scott McKenzie The singer-songwriter, who sang the 1967 hippie anthem "San Francisco (Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair)," died after battling Guillain-Barre Syndrome, a disease that impacts the nervous system. He was 73.
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Serotonin is a neurotransmitter found in the central nervous system, which regulates mood, appetite, and sleep. It is a major contributor to our feelings of well-being and happiness. Dopamine is neurotransmitter found in the brain that is responsible for reward-motivated behavior and the control of pleasure centers. by Micky More Smart
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Micky More Smart Serotonin is a neurotransmitter found in the central nervous system, which regulates mood, appetite, and sleep. It is a major contributor to our feelings of well-being and happiness. Dopamine is neurotransmitter found in the brain that is responsible for reward-motivated behavior and the control of pleasure centers.
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Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which the body's immune system attacks itself. The pattern of joints affected is usually symmetrical, involves the hands and other joints and is worse in the morning. Rheumatoid arthritis is also a systemic disease, involving other body organs, whereas osteoarthritis is limited to the joints. Over time, both forms of arthritis can be crippling. by cristina
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cristina Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which the body's immune system attacks itself. The pattern of joints affected is usually symmetrical, involves the hands and other joints and is worse in the morning. Rheumatoid arthritis is also a systemic disease, involving other body organs, whereas osteoarthritis is limited to the joints. Over time, both forms of arthritis can be crippling.
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Chronic & Persistent Pain (C&PP) can be described as ongoing or recurrent pain, lasting beyond the usual course of acute illness/injury or more than 6 months, & which adversely affects the individual’s well-being. A simpler definition for C&PP is "pain that continues when it should not". C&PP is classified by pathophysiology (changes associated with/resulting from disease/injury) as nociceptive (ongoing tissue injury) or neuropathic (damage to the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nerves). by lottie
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lottie Chronic & Persistent Pain (C&PP) can be described as ongoing or recurrent pain, lasting beyond the usual course of acute illness/injury or more than 6 months, & which adversely affects the individual’s well-being. A simpler definition for C&PP is "pain that continues when it should not". C&PP is classified by pathophysiology (changes associated with/resulting from disease/injury) as nociceptive (ongoing tissue injury) or neuropathic (damage to the brain, spinal cord, or peripheral nerves).
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Much of trauma healing is helping the nervous system become more "resilient." Rather than spend a few hours or even days drowning in a state of terror, tension and nervousness after getting triggered, doing one or more of these exercises can help the nervous system shift into a different state sooner. Each time you do… by hillary
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hillary Much of trauma healing is helping the nervous system become more "resilient." Rather than spend a few hours or even days drowning in a state of terror, tension and nervousness after getting triggered, doing one or more of these exercises can help the nervous system shift into a different state sooner. Each time you do…
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"When the body is acidic, it creates an environment for viruses and bacteria to flourish. The effect is a weakened immune system, frequent illness & infection and is considered part of the underlying disease process. Some of the common conditions related to acidity include osteoporosis, cancer and arthritis. Research shows that the pH of cancer tumors are always acidic but a diet high in alkaline minerals which raises the pH, helps to prevents cancer growth and cell mutation. by elva
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elva "When the body is acidic, it creates an environment for viruses and bacteria to flourish. The effect is a weakened immune system, frequent illness & infection and is considered part of the underlying disease process. Some of the common conditions related to acidity include osteoporosis, cancer and arthritis. Research shows that the pH of cancer tumors are always acidic but a diet high in alkaline minerals which raises the pH, helps to prevents cancer growth and cell mutation.
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SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)  Compatible Devices   ??SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)?? Key Features: Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devicesBackground:Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. ??SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s. ??It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors. ??They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot. ??The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is known as SATA ??3 gbit/s but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300. ??It supports a 3.0 gbit/s transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector. ??SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices. ??However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin molex power connectors used on older system. ??However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing. ??For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector. ??eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue. ??Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users. ??So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.  eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2. ??But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable. ??Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. by Top-product
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Top-product SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red) Compatible Devices ??SATA Data Cable 1.8FT, 7P-7P(Red)?? Key Features: Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devicesBackground:Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. ??SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s. ??It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors. ??They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot. ??The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is known as SATA ??3 gbit/s but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300. ??It supports a 3.0 gbit/s transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector. ??SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices. ??However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin molex power connectors used on older system. ??However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing. ??For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector. ??eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue. ??Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users. ??So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2. ??But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable. ??Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.
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18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable - UV Blue  - Monoprice18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable - UV Blue  - Monoprice Compatible Devices                            18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable - UV Blue                                                 Designed to connect from SATA II host controller to SATA II device             "L" type connectors             Safe Data Transfer             Support speed up to 6Gb/s             EMI protection             Flexible cable             ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used             ??             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.             ??             First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.             ??             To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.             ??             Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.??             ??             eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 3.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                                ??                      ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable - UV Blue - Monoprice18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable - UV Blue - Monoprice Compatible Devices 18inch SATA 6Gbps Cable - UV Blue Designed to connect from SATA II host controller to SATA II device "L" type connectors Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 6Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used ?? Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 3.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ?? ??
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6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver  - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver  - Monoprice Compatible Devices                            6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver                                                 Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type)             Cable for external use             Safe Data Transfer             Support speed up to 3Gb/s             EMI protection             Flexible cable             ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used             ??             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a.  IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between  your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster  data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to  better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.             ??             First generation SATA is generally referred to simply  as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of  1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type  connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look  at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.??  The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             ??             Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but  commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a  3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2  cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.??  However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common  denominator.             ??             To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives  usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4  pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives  will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into  legacy systems.             ??             Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with  external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type  of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as  before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I"  shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some  manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to  confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I"  connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.??             ??             eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as  SATA 2.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a  shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0  and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                                ??                      ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver - Monoprice Compatible Devices 6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - Silver Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type) Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 3Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used ?? Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. ?? Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.?? ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ?? ??
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24inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice24inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice Compatible Devices               24inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue                                                With Locking Capability             6GB Maximum transfer rate             Hot-swap capability             Thinner Cable construction compares with ATA             Locking latch connector guarantees proper connection to device             Locking Latch connector is compatible with non-locking connector             ??             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the  new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.             ??             First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but  is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It  is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are  referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the  female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.             Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.             ??             To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a  new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power  connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both  types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.             ??             Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices,  eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.??  eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you  look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or  tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers  will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some  users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for  eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.             ??             eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 3.?? But  along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.??  Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800  it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                                ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 24inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice24inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue - Monoprice Compatible Devices 24inch SATA 6Gbps Cable w/Locking Latch - UV Blue With Locking Capability 6GB Maximum transfer rate Hot-swap capability Thinner Cable construction compares with ATA Locking latch connector guarantees proper connection to device Locking Latch connector is compatible with non-locking connector ?? Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. ?? First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L"??type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female??connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is??known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. ?? To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. ?? Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.????So a cable??that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. ?? eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 6.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 3.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and??Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ??
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36inch SATA Serial ATA cable  - Monoprice36inch SATA Serial ATA cable  - Monoprice Compatible Devices               36inch SATA Serial ATA cable                                    SATA CABLE - SERIAL ATA For SATA Hard Drives             Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec             Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector             Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devices             Background:             Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE)  as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your  computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data  transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better  in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.                          First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as  SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5  gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors.??  They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female  connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male  connector has an "L" shaped tongue.                          Second generation SATA is known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly  referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps  transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are  backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However,  maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.                          To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually  employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex  power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have  both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.                          Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external  devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of  connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as  before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped  slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some  manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse  some users.?? So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors  are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables.                          eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA  2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded  cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire  400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters.                                   ??                      ?? by Top-product
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Top-product 36inch SATA Serial ATA cable - Monoprice36inch SATA Serial ATA cable - Monoprice Compatible Devices 36inch SATA Serial ATA cable SATA CABLE - SERIAL ATA For SATA Hard Drives Provides a fast data transfer rate of up to 150 Mbytes/sec Connector: Two 7pin SATA Connector Compatible with Serial ATA Hard Drives, CD-RW, DVDs, and other devices Background: Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives.?? SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections. First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s.?? It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors.?? They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot.?? The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue. Second generation SATA is known as SATA?? 3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300.?? It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector.?? SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices.?? However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator. To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system.?? However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems. Here's where it can get confusing.?? For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector.?? eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue.?? Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users.?? So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2.?? But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable.?? Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. ?? ??
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6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue  - Monoprice6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue  - Monoprice Compatible Devices  6ft SATA External Round Cable - eSATA to eSATA (Type I to Type I) - UV Blue Designed to connect from eSATA port (I type) to eSATA port (I type) Cable for external use Safe Data Transfer Support speed up to 3Gb/s EMI protection Flexible cable ROHS compliant - no hazardous substances used  Background:Serial ATA (SATA) replaces Parallel ATA (PATA, a.k.a. IDE) as the new standard for high speed, reliable data transfer between your computers motherboard and storage drives. ??SATA provides faster data transfers, less clutter due to a more compact cable, leading to better in-case air circulation and ability to hot swap connections.First generation SATA is generally referred to simply as SATA, but is also known as SATA 150 or SATA 1, has a thoughput of 1.5 gbit/s. ??It is an internal interface that uses "L" type connectors. ??They are referred to as "L" connectors because if you look at the female connector head on, it has a sideways "L" shaped slot. The male connector has an "L" shaped tongue.Second generation SATA is known as SATA ??3 Gbps but commonly referred to as SATA 2 and sometimes SATA 300. ??It supports a 3.0 Gbps transfer rate and also uses the "L" type connector. ??SATA 2 cables are backward compatible with first generation SATA devices. ??However, maximum throughput will be limited to the least common denominator.To go with the newer SATA interface, SATA drives usually employ a new 15 pin power connector as oppose to the older 4 pin Molex power connectors used on older system. ??However, some drives will have both types of connections for ease of installation into legacy systems.Here's where it can get confusing. ??For use with external devices, eSATA was developed with a completely different type of connector. ??eSATA uses "I" (letter i) type connectors because, as before, if you look at the connector straight on, there is an "I" shaped slot or tongue. ??Not to be confused with SATA 1 (#1) which some manufacturers will label SATA I (roman numeral i) which tends to confuse some users. ??So a cable that is labeled as having type "I" connectors are for eSATA and not SATA 1 cables. eSATA has a maximum bandwidth of 3.0 gbit/s, same as SATA 2. ??But along with the new connector type, it also calls for a shielded cable. ??Though it has a faster transfer speed than USB 2.0 and Firewire 400/800 it has a shorter maximum range of 2 meters. by Top-product
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