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The Public's Perception of Beauty - The public's perception of beauty greatly differs from what it has been taught. Most people are taught to look at inner beauty, but we are constantly bombarded with images of things that are externally beautiful. So how can we be expected to look at the inner beauty of a person, when we see so much external beauty every day. "Pleasing to the eye; felicity, especially of appearance; graceful or balanced structure; aesthetic perfection."(Webster's Dictionary) These are the definitions Webster gives for the word beauty....   [tags: Beauty and the Media] 600 words
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Youth Gangs and Violence In Schools - Youth Gangs and Violence In Schools The theme, which I have decided to research and base my portfolio on, is Youth Gangs and Violence In Schools. The term “Youth” is defined by the Compact Oxford English Dictionary as the period between childhood and adulthood and is also commonly used as a noun to describe young people. The same dictionary defines a “Gang” as an organised group of criminals or disorderly young people. Youth gangs are groups of young people who assemble and often engage in criminal and illegal activities such as graffiti, vandalism, theft, robbery and violent activities including, gang fights and brawls....   [tags: Papers] 1301 words
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The Gift - Original Writing - The Gift - Original Writing Kevin was playing on the edge of a meadow, happy to be in the sunshine and out of the house. His Dad wasn't well and it worried him. When a large dragon fly landed on a flower, he tried to get closer. Startled, the insect darted towards the meadow's deepest part. Kevin rushed after it so quickly that he didn't see the log lying just ahead. One Nike smacked into it with a thud, launching him into the air and tumbling him into the grass. He and a dandelion had just nodded hello to each other when he heard a tiny voice....   [tags: Papers] 950 words
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Analysis of a Quote - Analysis of a Quote “Never judge a person until you have walked a mile in their moccasins” Avon. The above quote did not conjure up that much emotion or understanding at the beginning of this module for me. My understanding of adulthood and the journey there, whoever you are, has been improved immensely....   [tags: Papers] 1099 words
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Media and Girls' Body Image - Media and Girls' Body Image How many of you girls have atleast once in your life asked yourselves “does this dress look weird on me?” or, “am I too fat?” Because if you have, you’re not alone. In a Glamour magazine survey, 75% of women aged 13-35 believed they were fat but only 25% were actually medically overweight....   [tags: Papers] 586 words
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Magazine Analysis of Elle - Magazine Analysis of Elle The title Elle hold suggestions of femininity, the word is flowing and rolls of the tongue. It is also aesthetically pleasing to the eye as an anomaly. The strap line ‘The worlds biggest selling fashion magazine’ appeals to the ideals of the magazine audience as fashion victims are likely to seek things that are popular. The price is quite expensive and shows a reader that has enough money to have all the things she wants. The price is small but in bold whereas the price on ‘Red’ magazine is small and thin....   [tags: Papers] 1533 words
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Negative Outcomes from Portrayal of Young Women in the Media - When one thinks of media, one tends to relate media to television, news, magazines, newspaper articles, and so on. Many people do not think of media is something that portrays negative effects on young women. However, young women are more susceptible to lower self-esteem resulting in eating disorders or depression more today than ever before. The media projects negative and undermining images of women and one does not have to look very hard to realize this. The media projects images of unrealistic women who only look the way they do because of plastic surgery or airbrushing techniques....   [tags: essays research papers] 2041 words
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Compare Fox's The Case for Animal Experimentation vs Darnovsky's Revisiting Sex Selection - Fox's The Case for Animal Experimentation Chapter 2 and 3 and Darnovsky's "Revisiting Sex Selection" 1. What is the challenge/problem presented in this article. Darnovsky’s article explores the upcoming moral challenges that are tied to the renewed interest in marketing sex selection to parents. There are a myriad of ethical issues tied to the option of deciding the sex of one’s child that fall far outside the scope of the question “Are we playing God?” However, it is the implications of the option to decide the gender of a baby that are more profoundly disturbing....   [tags: Michael Fox Marcy Darnovsky]
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Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa - “Body Image” Eating Disorders are a range of mental health problems. People that suffer from an eating disorder find their relationships, daily activities and basic health is affected. All ages and sexes can suffer. But eating disorders, such as Bulimia Nervosa or Anorexia Nervosa, are generally found in adolescent girls and young women. Anorexia Nervosa affects less than one percent of adolescent girls and young women, whereas, Bulimia Nervosa affects two percent. Approximately five percent of people with Anorexia are male....   [tags: Body Image Eating Disorders]
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Japanese Internment in World War II - Degrees of Loyalty Loyalty was a major issue in the United States during World War II and the subsequent years following. This was especially true in California, where Japanese Americans were held in internment camps during the war because many felt that their loyalty was to Japan and not the United States. This caused many problems for the Japanese American citizens, as they were subjected to loyalty tests and forced draft programs into the armed forces. Those who opposed the American Government and their tactics were sent to work camps and their families were broken apart....   [tags: American History] 1079 words
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Human Implants - Human Implants People have a lot of questions about if a microchip should be implanted in humans or animals. The system would be admitted slowly at first to try and let people get use to the idea of a microchip in their arm. The reason for this admission slowly of the new microchips is to keep them from there unease of the system usage and appearance the microchip may give off. Many people would benefit from a microchip implant in their children, to have immediate access to their medical records and even to a person's criminal background....   [tags: Biotechnology] 1444 words
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Analysis: Effects Mass Media has on Body Image - ... Crane found that an average person sees around five thousand ads per day with one third of those ads portraying the ideal body image. Computers have become a huge asset to these commercials because they are not only used in everyday life whether they are a necessity in a job or just to check their social media networks, they are also used now to change a women’s appearance by being able to take women and make them thinner than they really are and also erase their blemishes. They take the unrealistic, unhealthy, and impossible to reach body to the next level....   [tags: self-esteem, weight, health, bulimia, anorexia]
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Is One Rodman Enough - Is One Rodman Enough. In today’s world everybody has his or her own view of what makes a male masculine and a female feminine. If a male were to possess some traits that would be known as feminine, he would be seen as a homosexual. Likewise, if a female were to possess some traits that would be known as masculine, she would be looked upon as being “butch”. Present day television shows and films mold most peoples’ views on gender identity. A person’s job helps to define their gender identity in other peoples’ eyes....   [tags: essays research papers] 899 words
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Lipoplasty (liposuction) - Lipoplasty (liposuction) In today’s society you would think it was becoming a crime to be large or overweight, it is not so much of being overweight it is the way society makes people feel about weight. The world today programs us to believe we should and always be thin and our body to look a certain way. Women more so than men want to portray this certain look, by surgery with lipo or other cosmetic surgery. Anymore it is very typical as going out to eat as having these type of procedures done....   [tags: Medical Weight Loss] 509 words
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Breast Reconstruction - Post-mastectomy breast reconstruction is not a simple procedure. Reconstruction of a breast is done when the natural breast has to be removed due to cancer or other diseases. Breast removal is referred to as mastectomy. The best candidates are women whose cancer has been eliminated by breast removal. Women with other health conditions such as obesity, high blood pressure or smoking, may be advised to wait. Surgeons are now able to create a breast that can come close to looking like a natural breast....   [tags: essays research papers] 407 words
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Animal Rights and Animal Testing - Animal Rights and Animal Testing Many humans use animals for testing each year. Animal testing is when the animals are put through something or injected to see how they react to what medical research they have been used for. Animals are used to find cures for diseases or to test drugs that have mild side effects. They are also used to test materials for cosmetic research. Except for severely limited medical research, animal testing should be outlawed. Animal testing endangers the animal’s lives and may cause serious side affect that last the rest of their lives....   [tags: Rights Equality Animals Science Essays]
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Women and the Increasing Importance of Cosmetic Beauty - Ambrose Bierce (1958) once wrote, “To men a man is but a mind. Who cares what face he carries or what he wears. But woman’s body is the woman.” Despite the societal changes achieved since Bierce’s time, his statement remains true. Since the height of the feminist movement in the early 1970s, women have spent more money than ever before on products and treatments designed to make them beautiful. Cosmetic sales have increased annually to reach $18 billion in 1987 (“Ignoring the economy. . . ,” 1989), sales of women’s clothing averaged $103 billion per month in 1990 (personal communication, U.S....   [tags: Social Psychology]
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Is Xenotransplantation an Ethical Solution or Disaster? - Is Xenotransplantation an ethical solution or disaster. The audience for this paper is comprised of those readers looking to gain knowledge on the issue of xenotransplantation. This group of people is unaware of the dynamics of the ethical arguments surrounding this current issue. This audience does not have a specific age or belief, reflecting the varied positions of the argument. Due to this hunger for factual information, they do not wish to have someone else’s views imposed on them. Instead, they wish to define and establish a view of their own....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Cataracts - Cataracts What is a cataract. A cataract is a cloudy or opaque area in the normally transparent lens of the eye. Its effect on vision depends on the extent of the cloudiness. Small spots in the lens may cause little or no vision loss. As the opacity thickens, it prevents light rays from passing through the lens and focusing on the retina, the light sensitive tissue lining the back of the eye. Early lens changes or opacities may not disturb vision. But as the lens continues to change, several specific symptoms including blurred vision; sensitivity to light and glare; increased nearsightedness; or distorted images in either eye, may develop....   [tags: Papers] 1763 words
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Medical Career Choices - In science and anatomy class students find out how the human body works and moves, this is the class that spiked my passion for anatomy. Careers that would relate to the human would be is the medical field such as nurses, doctors, etc. Once knowledge of the differences in medical careers started growing, those involving treatment and surgical operations were of greatest interest. A surgery that is of interest is that of an orthopedic surgeon because these physicians operate on bones, ligaments, muscles, tendons, joints, and sometimes tumors....   [tags: Career Research ]
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Prostate Cancer - Prostate Cancer Cancer of the prostate, a common form of cancer, is a disease in which cancer (malignant) cells are found in the prostate. The prostate is on the male sex glands, and is located just below the bladder and in front of the rectum. The size of the prostate is about the size of a walnut. It surrounds the part of the urethra, the tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body. The prostate makes fluid that becomes part of the semen, which contains sperm. Prostate cancer is most commonly found in older men....   [tags: Health Males Cancer Medical Essays]
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Female Genital Mutilation - Female Genital Mutilation Missing Works Cited The concept of culture can be defined as an orchestrated integration of unconsciously learned behavior patterns that are characteristic of a group of people. Many varying constituents can compose any given culture. This causes many different cultures to deviate from one another greatly. Such components as ethnicity, life experiences, values, beliefs, religion and customs are all examples of these aspects. (Warner and Mochel, p.4, 1998) Customs are a way of expressing values and beliefs of a culture....   [tags: Papers] 1483 words
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Circumcision is NOT Necessary - Circumcision is NOT Necessary The baby, Phil, is less than a day old. His tiny head still slightly misshaped, his eyelids puffy, his mouth half-open in his sleep. The nurse has taken him from his mother and is carrying him to another room in the pediatric ward. The nurse clicks on a white metal lamp with a twist of her fingers, removes the child from a cozy blue blanket, and lays him in a cold molded plastic form that is bolted tightly to the counter. This form fitting shell is called a Circumstraint....   [tags: Argumentative Argument Persuasive]
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Uses of Nuclear Radiation - Uses of nuclear radiation Smoke Detectors Smoke alarms contain a weak source made of Americium-241.Alpha particles are emitted from here, which ionise the air, so that the air conducts electricity and a small current flows. If smoke enters the alarm, this absorbs the particles, the current reduces, and the alarm sounds. Thickness Control In paper mills, the thickness of the paper can be controlled by measuring how much beta radiation passes through the paper to a Geiger counter. The counter controls the pressure of the rollers to give the correct thickness....   [tags: essays research papers] 456 words
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An Introduction to Tumescent Liposculpture - An Introduction to Tumescent Liposculpture Tumescent liposculpture is a recent liposculpture procedure that is bringing loads of excitement to the table. Unlike previous fat dissolving techniques, such as liposuction, liposculpture does a better job of sculpting to the body to make the appearance you wish for. Liposculpture doesn't just dissolve the fat and hope the skin heals correctly to design the look you wish for. Instead, careful operating and planning aid to adjust the problematic region into an appearance you have always wished for....   [tags: Medical Technology ] 977 words
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Two Or Three Things I Know For Sure - Two or Three Things I Know For Sure Allison illuminates the fact that we as women must appreciate each other and our beauty before we can truly cherish other forms of beauty around us. “Two or three things I know for sure, and one of them is that of we are not beautiful to each other, we cannot know beauty in any form”(86). We are so conditioned to see female beauty as what men see as beautiful, that we don’t even know what it means to us. If we can get to the point where women feel beautiful even if they don’t fit the societal ideal, it will allow us to open our minds to all other forms of beauty....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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Myopia - Myopia is a vision problem that has an effect on about one-third of the population. This condition often sets in at childhood and is one that many of your family and friends suffer from everyday. Even I experience it everyday. However, myopia is normally not life-threatening or even hazardous to your health. Myopia is nothing more than nearsightedness. Myopia occurs because of the shape of the eyeball. Instead of a `normal' shaped eyeball, the myopic eyeball is slightly longer. This results in light rays focusing in front of the retina, instead of directly on it....   [tags: Health] 727 words
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Lumbar Microdiscectomy - Patients suffering from herniated disc(s) of the spine have a variety of options available to them to help alleviate the pain they feel. When conservative methods do not deal with the symptoms, there is a minimally invasive and highly effective procedure that can be performed: the lumbar microdiscectomy. The relevant anatomy, preoperative diagnostic tests/procedures, preoperative procedures, including OR setup, prepping of patient, and draping, the surgical procedure and post operative results and potential complications will be described and discussed....   [tags: Surgical Procedures]
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The Paradox of Dominate Ideologies in the Fight of Social Justice. - Art is used in mass media to influence people, especially people in the generation and culture we live in today. The majority of art young people receive in our culture is through television and in particularly popular culture networks, like MTV. The television show on MTV called The Hills is an example of a show that promotes dominant ideology to young children/ teenagers. Slightly opposite of that would be another show on MTV called Jersey Shore, which is an example of a show that partly reinforces and partly challenges dominant ideology to the same type of audience....   [tags: Social Justice]
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Thumb Osteoarthritis Treatment - Thumb osteoarthritis treatment aims at preventing the further degeneration of the articular cartilage. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition affecting the joints. Any joint of the body can be affected including the thumb. Thumb osteoarthritis is more common in women compared to men. Usually, thumb osteoarthritis develops after the age of 40. Thumb osteoarthritis mainly affects the joints at the thumb base, the fleshy part of thumb and near the wrist. However, the trapeziometacarpal joint (also known as first carpometacarpal joint) at the thumb base is the most common joint which is susceptible to degeneration....   [tags: Health] 925 words
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Euthanasia - ... for example both were made legal in the Netherlands since 2000 and Belgium since 2002 and only legal assisted suicide in Oregon since 1998 (Court Cases). The argument is not about letting people die naturally because we’ve always had that right; it is about giving the doctors permission to kill their patients regardless of the reason. Some might say physician-aided suicide or euthanasia is not a right, on the contrary it is. In the Supreme Court case Gonzales vs. Oregon in 2006 the court ruled “no right is more sacred or more carefully guarded, by the common law, than the right of the individual to the possession and control of his own person” (Court Cases)....   [tags: terminally ill, ethics, morality, murder, medicine]
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Artificial Hearts - Artificial Hearts Works Cited Missing The natural heart consists of two pumps and four chambers. The right atrium pumps oxygen-depleted blood from the body to the right ventricle and then on to the lungs. The left atrium sends oxygen-rich blood from the lungs to the left ventricle and then pumps this blood out to the body. Contraction of the atria is followed by the contraction of the large ventricles. The valves of the heart serve as check valves, closing to control blood flow. One of the leading causes of death is congestive heart failure in which the ability of the heart to pump blood declines....   [tags: Medical Health Heart Anatomy Biology Essays] 1795 words
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The Tremendous Potential of Genetic Engineering - The Tremendous Potential of Genetic Engineering Genetic engineering, the process of using genetic information from the deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) of cells to fix or improve genetic defects or maladies, has been developing for over twenty years. When Joseph Vacanti, a pediatric surgeon at Children’s Hospital, and Robert Langer, a chemical engineering professor at MIT, first met as researchers in the 1970’s, they had little knowledge of the movement they would help found. After they discovered a method of growing live tissue in the 1980’s, a new science was born, and it races daily towards new discoveries and medical breakthroughs (Arnst and Carey 60)....   [tags: Argumentative Persuasive Essays]
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The First Artificial Heart Transplant - The First Artificial Heart Transplant History was made on December 02, 1982 when Barney Clark became the first recipient of an artificial heart transplant, which was performed by the medical staff at the University of Utah Medical Center. Although Barney Clark was the center of attention, there were many events that led up to this historical moment. The development of the artificial heart began in the early 1950’s. The initial prototype, developed in 1970’s by the artificial developmental staff at the University of Utah, allowed 50 hours of sustained life in a sheep....   [tags: Barney Clark Health Medical Essays] 742 words
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Congenital Cataracts in Children - Congenital Cataracts in Children Cataracts are the primary cause of blindness worldwide. Cataracts are the clouding of the lens. The lens is transparent and is important for the focusing of a sharp image on the retina. There are several different types of cataracts. Congenital cataracts are present at birth, and will be the focus of this paper. An eye disease causes secondary cataracts. Traumatic cataracts are caused by an injury. Finally, senile cataracts are caused by old age and are the most common form of cataracts....   [tags: Blindness Vision Sight Essays]
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Jeffery Dahmer - The serial killer that I chose to profile is Jeffery Dahmer. Dahmer brings both horrifying, yet amazing qualities to the table in the respect that he terrorized people, not only those that were his victims, but also people that lived both near and those around the country. Section I: Overview - Jeffery Dahmer - Born on May 21, 1960, at Evangelical Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Jeffery Dahmer was found beaten by fellow inmates on the morning of November 28, 1994, as was pronounced dead at 9:11 a.m....   [tags: essays research papers] 1715 words
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Jeffrey Dahmer - Biography On: Jeffrey Dahmer Section I: Introduction: Jeffrey Dahmer was one of the most well known serial killers ever. Dahmer was no ordinary serial killer. He was a killer, necropheliac, and a cannibal. The purpose of this report is to learn more about this serial killer. Section II: Overview • “Jeffrey Dahmer was born May 21, 1960, at Evangelical Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin” (Blakey). • “Jeffrey Dahmer was found beaten by fellow inmates on the morning of November 28, 1994, as was pronounced dead at 9:11 a.m.” (Blakey)....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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3-D Printing - ... Rapid prototyping is a powerful tool because it deletes the tedious process of molding and sculpting prototypes, then building them over and over until a final design is decided. Simple adjustments are made to the design file in a CAD program and then printed. So much faster. Methods of Additive Manufacturing In all, there are roughly 15 to 20 different types of additive manufacturing involving a variety of techniques. Some methods such as selective laser sintering (SLS), fused deposition modeling (FDM), and direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) demonstrate the versatility in material and processes used to produce objects....   [tags: Additive Manufacturing, Desktop Models]
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Euthanasia Essay - Assisted Suicide as an Unethical Option - Euthanasia as an Unethical Option Should a question of right and wrong be compromised for a question of convenience. "When I regained consciousness 3 days later, I was in Portland Hospital paralyzed (at first) from the neck down. I also had a severe concussion, collapsed left lung and crushed left collarbone. A pair of metal tongs had been drilled in my skull and attached to weights to stabilize my neck and I was on a slab of bed that turned me from back to front every 4 hours....After I surprised the doctors and lived to get into rehab, they told me, at that time, the average lifespan of a male quadriplegic was 36 years......   [tags: Free Euthanasia Essay] 1963 words
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Ventricular Assist Devices - Ventricular Assist Devices The Jarvik 2000 is a vast improvement in artificial hearts since its predecessor the Jarvik-7. The Jarvik 2000 is a ventricular assist device. Ventricular Assist Devices (VAD) are a less invasive alternative to an artificial heart transplant. They are intended to assist the heart in pumping blood, not to replace the heart. These devices are implanted into the body and pump blood through the aorta thus, relieving the weakened ventricle of its normal workload....   [tags: Heart Transplants Health Technology Essays] 1011 words
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SLEEP APNEA - SLEEP APNEA What is Sleep Apnea. The Greek word "apnea" literally means "without breath." There are three types of sleep apnea: obstructive, central, and mixed; of the three, Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is the most common. Despite the difference in the root cause of each type, in all three, people with untreated sleep apnea stop breathing repeatedly during their sleep, sometimes hundreds of times during the night and often for a minute or longer. Obstructive sleep apnea is caused by a blockage of the airway, usually when the soft tissue in the rear of the throat collapses and closes during sleep....   [tags: essays research papers] 1545 words
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Blindness - The term blindness implies total or partial loss of vision involving both eyes. The exact level of vision defined as blindness, however, varies in different countries because of differing legal or social requirements. In the United States, blindness is defined as unimprovable vision of 20/200 (6/60) or worse. This means that an individual is generally considered blind who, even with the use of ordinary eyeglasses, can see no better at 20 ft (6 m) than a person with normal vision can see at 200 ft (60 m)....   [tags: essays research papers fc]
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What is Scoliosis? - The human spine is a medical marvel of sorts, which is not only responsible for helping us to move or lift things, but to bare our body weight, and preserve a normal body alignment. It’s impossible to exist without a spine. Scoliosis is defined as the curvature of the spine and although it isn’t specifically considered a disease, it is very serious complication resulting from a multitude of different symptoms with no definite known cause. Fortunately, with the passing of time, and development of new technologies doctors are now treating this debilitating condition in numerous ways....   [tags: Disease/Disorders]
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This Unrealistic Depiction of Nurses on Television - When one imagines a female nurse in America, one may think of a smiling woman in pink scrubs helping a new mother care for her baby, a comforting hand to hold in a time of need, or even a soft voice counting, “One, two, three...” before administering an injection. Nursing is a profession that is dominated by women at ninety-two percent (US Department of Labor) and is accurately characterized by its commitment to the care for individuals and the promotion of healthy living. According to the American Nursing Association’s Code of Ethics, “The nurse, in all professional relationships, practices with compassion and respect for the inherent dignity, worth, and uniqueness of every individual, unrestricted by considerations of social or economic status, personal attributes, or the nature of health problems.” Because of these professional and altruistic values, it is no surprise that the profession of nursing has received the highest ranking in Gallup’s annual Honesty and Ethics Poll for the eleventh year....   [tags: Nursing]
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Traumatic Brain Injury - A traumatic brain injury (“TBI”) occurs when the brain is somehow injured, rattled, or wounded from an external source of force. The means of acquisition and the severity of TBIs are unique to each patient; therefore, symptoms and rehabilitation can vary greatly depending on the patient’s condition following the incident and how they sustained the injury. The severity of a TBI is generally classified into one of three categories: mild, moderate, or severe, and this type of diagnostic criteria influences how a patient with TBI is treated by medical staff and rehabilitation specialists....   [tags: Health, Diseases] 1876 words
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Depression and Psychosis - For the purpose of this essay the user group I have decided to focus upon is people who suffer from mental health issues, in particular depression and psychosis. I will firstly talk about the illness and about the client group concerned. I will then discuss different treatments available and how effective communication is essential for the well being of these clients. I will then focus on different theories of communication from a psychology perspective and conclusively will discuss and critically analysis powers imbalances, inequalities and disadvantages....   [tags: Mental Health] 2787 words
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Root Canal - The Endodontics procedures of a Therapy Root Canal Dreyonna Carroll Anthem Institute The endodontics procedures of rotary canal therapy or root canal is a procedure that is performed by a specialized general dentist, and or a endodontist. The patient develops consistent ,severe pain, discoloration, or sensitivity from food and even to touch in , or around a certain area of a tooth, and is diagnosed by a specialist to receive rotary therapy. This is if the tooth can be saved, meaning it is not to harsh of damage or decay in the root, it will then be prepared....   [tags: Health, Edodontics] 1249 words
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Body Modification for Cultural Adaptation? - How should I look like to have the ideal body. An increasing number of women ask themselves this question many times in their lives. Deborah Sullivan’s essay, “Social Bodies: Tightening the Bonds of Beauty”, discloses the different cultural traditions that require various methods of body modifications. Women should undergo such modifications to obtain social acceptance. Similarly, “Pressures to Conform” by Celia Milne discusses the effects of media and society on women, and how women view their physical appearance....   [tags: Gender Studies]
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Abortion Should Remain Legal - ... The cervix is dilated, and the fetus is extracted in pieces by using surgical forceps (Abortion). Another type of abortion, medical abortion (nonsurgical abortion) involves taking medications (RU-486, which blocks progesterone (essential hormone in the early stages of pregnancy) production by the ovaries), which is safe and 90-97% effective. The drug is used with a prostaglandin, which makes uterine contractions and removal of the uterine contents. And then, mother needs to take a second medicine, misoprostol....   [tags: Argument For Abortion, Pro Choice]
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Essay on Euthanasia and Doctor-Assisted Suicide - Understanding Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide   This paper will address some of the more popular points of interest involved with the euthanasia-assisted suicide discussion. There are less than a dozen questions which would come to mind in the case of the average individual who has a mild interest in this debate, and the following essay presents information which would satisfy that individual's curiosity on these points of common interest.   Euthanasia and assisted suicide are legal in the state of Oregon and in the country of the Netherlands; these are the only two jurisdictions in the world where laws specifically permit euthanasia or assisted suicide....   [tags: Euthanasia Physician Assisted Suicide]
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Advertising and Breast Augmentation - Advertising and Breast Augmentation       Why do we advertise products. What are the implications of these advertisements. How do advertisements further impact our society and culture. These are all very important questions to look at when discussing the motivation, success or failure and ultimately the impact of advertising. How does advertising affect our images of ourselves, and what we are ideally supposed to be. In trying to produce stimulating ads is the industry selling the viewers short of obtainable images....   [tags: Media Argumentative Persuasive Argument]
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