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Hemingway’s In Our Time (CRH) - Hemingway’s In Our Time (CRH) In Our Time was accepted with great critical acclaim upon its publication in 1924. Widely lauded and recognized as the work of a rising literary star, as Herschel Brickell said, “Mr. Hemingway’s book carries on its dust-covers the enthusiastic recommendations of nearly everybody,” and, “The men who praise In Our Time know good work when they see it.” It was both a continuation of certain literary trends that had begun to develop themselves as well as something possessed of itself, original, striking, and new....   [tags: Hemingway In Our Time Essays] 679 words
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Hemingway’s The Green Hills of Africa CRH - Hemingway’s The Green Hills of Africa CRH The Green Hills of Africa is Hemingway’s second non-fiction work, set in 1933, following the author and his second wife, Pauline, on a big-game safari in Africa. It was first serialized and then published in 1935. The first run was of 10,500 copies selling at $2.75 a piece. While many smaller critics passed their typical glossy review of Hemingway, those at the height of literary criticism bombarded it. Particularly with respect to what Hemingway claimed the novel was....   [tags: Green Hills of Africa Essays]
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Essential Evaluation of Risks in Organizations - ... Factories closed down during the period of economic recession. One thing is for sure, in the recession, CRH goes through a bad time. Virtually all the companies involving real estate finance and construction project owe to lack of flow of funds in capital market, and the housing market continues to languish. Our report sets those three probabilities to moderate. Which means, more likely of 50% chance for those risks often occur in times of financial crisis. The upgrade or downgrade, is a symbolic moment for CRH and even for international finance....   [tags: identification, assessment, treatment] 3247 words
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The effects of learning, memory and behavior in Rattus - In rats (Rattus) it appears that maternal behaviors can affect her pups developmental behavior and endocrine physiology. In unfavorable environmental stressor the brain and body will release signals and hormones to try to maintain the body’s homeostatic conditions 1. The system that is responsible for the direct regulation of stress and therefore the indirect maternal response is the hypothalamic pituitary adrenal axis (HPA axis). The hypothalamus controls the secretion of corticotrophin-releasing hormone (CRH), which triggers the release of ACTH from the anterior pituitary, and then stimulates secretion by the adrenal cortex of glucocorticoid hormones, specifically cortisol1....   [tags: Developmental Behavior, Endocrine Physiology]
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The Endocrine System - ... Oestrogen is responsible for the sexual feelings and urges within a female, as well as the characteristics that make a woman a female during puberty. Oestrogen signals for the uterus lining to thicken, causes pubic hair and breast tissue to grow, as well as the colouration of the nipple and aureole. Progesterone stimulates the growth of the lining of the uterus. This helps a fertilised egg grip onto the uterus to grow. Testes – Located in the sroctum, the testes produce a hormone called testosterone which affects many male characteristics and sperm production....   [tags: metabolic activity, pancreas, ovaries, kidneys] 1027 words
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How Stress Affects Maternity and the Fetus - ... Then when the child is now in adult they are at a high risk to have chronic health problems. They will also have heart diseases and diabetes. Mothers are affected by stress because it causes their brains to release hormones such as corticotrophin-release hormone, also known as CRH. CRH is what causes women to have a pre-mature labor. CRH does not only cause the mother to have a pre-term labor but she could also have a miscarriage. Stress causes the mother to cause allergic reactions with the chemicals in her body....   [tags: pre-term births, heart disease, diabetes] 562 words
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What is Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia? - ... Normally, the paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus secretes corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) to the anterior pituitary, which in turn secretes ACTH. When the ACTH reaches the adrenal cortex, the ACTH is combined with other enzymes to produce glucocorticoid hormones (cortisol in humans). Glucocorticoids act as signals to the hypothalamus and pituitary to suppress CRH and ACTH production in a negative feedback cycle. In CAH individuals, the hypothalamus is constantly releasing CRH and in turn ACTH because there are not enough glucocorticoids to induce negative feedback....   [tags: hormones, adrenal glands, surgery] 1210 words
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The Importance of Cortisol - Cortisol Cortisol is a type of steroid hormone known as a glucocorticoid (helps body deal with stress), and is produced in the outer section of the adrenal glands known as the adrenal cortex. It is essential for sustaining life and it has many functions. Cortisol may directly initiate some of these functions or it may be permissive in that it allows certain processes to take place by increasing enzyme activity, promoting enzymes, or by regulating the actions of other hormones. This powerful hormone affects nearly all body systems with binding sites on practically all body cells....   [tags: Health ]
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Gluco- and Mineralocorticoid Receptors - Gluco- and mineralocorticoid receptors GCs bind to intracellular receptors, as they can diffuse through the plasma membrane, as seen in figure 2. GC and MC receptors(GR and MR) can form homodimers and heterodimers or remain as monomers, allowing them to pass on various kinds of signals. Monomers can interact with transcription factors and repress stress responses such as peptide synthesis (such as CRH and vasopressin), blocking stress responses going on. This is not always the case though, as GR dimers can cause increases in CRH in extrahypothalamic areas....   [tags: stress, brain, plama membrane]
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Where does Stress Come From and How does It Affect a Pregnant Mother and her Unborn Child - Stress is a word that is overused and misunderstood. Stress can range from being overwhelmed while trying to find an outfit to wear to procrastinating on a research paper. It can come from seven different areas: life changes, chronic stressors, job stressors, hassles, frustration, conflict, and cataclysmic events (Huffman, 2012). In the following, these topics will be discussed: stress, how stress affects the mother during pregnancy, how stress affects the unborn child, and ways to reduce stress during pregnancy....   [tags: mental, physical and emotional health]
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The Psychiatric Perspective of Irritable Bowel Syndrome - ... Physiological mechanisms involved in the pathogenesis include altered gastrointestinal (GI) motility, visceral hyperalgesia, abnormalities in brain-gut interaction, and aberrant central processing of visceral pain. Recent research suggests that previous GI infection, immunological activation, and colonic microbiota may also be important in the pathogenesis of IBS. The impact of stress on these physiological factors is thought to be particularly important in the pathophysiology of IBS, and will be discussed in more detail later on....   [tags: symptoms, psychological, psychotherapy] 1610 words
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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - ... While certain kinds of stress, such as acute stress, can promote challenge and change to deal with day-to-day activities, prolonged or chronic stress can lead to life-threatening illnesses and hinder personal and professional relationships. Chronic stress has been associated with increased anxiety-like behavior in humans and animals. In classical responses to stress, the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis is activated, resulting in corticotropin-releasing-hormone (CRH) release at the median eminence by neurons in the paraventricular nucleus (PVN) (Hammack, Pepin, DesMarteau, Watkins, & Maier, 2003)....   [tags: war-coombat veterans] 1319 words
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Health Problems and Stress - Health Problems and Stress Could stress be to blame for our health problems. Alongside hormones and viruses, it's one of the most common scapegoats people suggest for their unexplained symptoms. In the past stress has often been dismissed as irrelevant but now scientists are discovering that it can do very real damage. Some suggest it may even rot your brain, harming vital brain function and leaving you vulnerable to mental illness like depression. What is Stress . Stress is your body's response to demands that are placed on it....   [tags: Papers] 501 words
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Stopping Hemorrhoid Flare-ups - Although stopping hemorrhoids is generally the best course to take, you should not only permit an energetic flare up fester. In almost every situation, if you get cure for piles while they are little, you’ll decrease the possibility of having to handle a hemroid that becomes infected, in addition to on that involves surgical removal. Bear in mind why these minimally invasive techniques have different rates of success with respect to the specific conditions of the individual. In most scenarios, rubber band ligation may be the most helpful with coagulation practices obtaining the greatest risks for recurrence....   [tags: rubberbanding, physician, constipation] 576 words
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Psychological Causes of Immune Dysfunction - Why stress makes us sick: psychological causes of immune dysfunction Most of us are familiar with this scenario: during or after experiencing a stressful event, we start feeling sick and come down with a cold or a digestive problem. It appears that our negative emotions play a big role in influencing our physical health. We may recover fast enough after trivial everyday stressors: work deadlines, academic examinations, medical tests and job interviews. Sometimes, however, stressful situations can be severe, like an auto accident, or long-lasting, like being a caregiver for an ailing relative....   [tags: why stress makes us sick]
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The Development of Depression - The European Commission Green Paper on mental health (European Commission, 2005) suggested that factors such as biological, individual, family, social, economic and environmental all contribute to determine the mental condition of a person. Similarly, Kinderman, Schwannauer, Pontin & Tai (2013) stated that it is never just one factor that has happened that leads to a mental illness being discovered in an individual. Therefore, this essay will look at factors including genetics, experiences, social support, social status and living conditions and how they could affect someone becoming depressed....   [tags: mental health, biology, neurotransmiters] 2048 words
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Hygroscopicity in Pharmaceutics - Hygroscopicity in Pharmaceutics During formulation of new and existent drugs in pharmaceutics, hygroscopicity is one of the important physical parameters that are studied so as to enhance the efficacy, stability and handling of the drug. Hygroscopicity has always been an important aspect in pharmaceutics as the bulk of the drugs either in tablet or solution form is normally hygroscopic. Up to now, there remains no universally recognized definition of hygroscopicity because it is driven by both thermodynamic and kinetic forces....   [tags: Pharmaceuticals]
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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder - There are hundreds of different kinds of psychiatric disorders listed in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed. (DSM-IV). One of them is called Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Based on the research, post-traumatic disorder usually occurs following the experience or witnessing of life-threatening events such as military combat, natural disasters, terrorist incidents, serious accidents, or violent personal assaults like rape (Harvard Women’s Health Watch, 2005)....   [tags: Post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD]
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