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Goodman’s Countering the Culture of Sex - Goodman’s Countering the Culture of Sex In this essay I will discuss the effectiveness of Goodman’s Countering the Culture of Sex. I will argue Goodman’s beliefs on sex and cautions she mentions through the text on underage/unprotected sex, the experiences I have witnessed and been through; and how that effects my beliefs, and suggest some things that could have made this argument more convincing to the intended audience. Countering the Culture of Sex convinces one to change his or her beliefs on pre-marital sex and unprotected sex because the arguments made are based upon fact and other opinions and realities....   [tags: Rhetorical Analysis Pregnancy Essays] 1024 words
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Abortion is Wrong and Unjust - Abortion is Wrong and Unjust Abortion is killing of an unborn baby. It is a procedure that is performed during the early stages of pregnancy. In the past abortion used to be illegal, however it is now legal and is also a major controversy in our country today. On one hand are the Pro-Choice supporters mostly consisting of feminist, teen mothers, rape, and incest victims. On the other hand are the Pro-Life supporters, mostly consisting of Christians and Catholics. In spite of the many arguments in favor of abortion, the murder of unborn infants is wrong, immoral, and should be illegal....   [tags: Papers Argumentative Pregnancy Essays]
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Right to Abortion - Right to Abortion            Abortion has always been a controversial subject among everybody whether they are involved directly or indirectly, whether they are for it or against it. It is nearly impossible to find someone who doesn't have an opinion about abortion. Both those who favor or oppose abortion make superior arguments to defend their beliefs and views. Personally, I think every last person is entitled to his or her own opinions, beliefs, thoughts, and rights. And yes, women have rights too, and denying women the right to choose abortion in the early stages of fetal development is denying her rights as a US citizen and is also discriminating against her....   [tags: Abortion Birth Pregnancy Argumentative Essays] 911 words
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Impact of Teen Violence - Teen Violence is a big dilemma in today’s society. Violent behaviors usually start from family and peers, as well as teens observing it at there neighborhoods or communities. These behaviors are reinforced by what youth see on television, on the Internet, in video games, movies, music videos, and what they hear in their music. When children are disciplined with severe corporal punishment or verbal abuse, or when they are physically or sexually abused, or when they witness such behavior in their home, it is not surprising that they behave violently toward others....   [tags: Teen Violence] 515 words
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Motherhood and Pregnancy - “ Being a Motherhood is a choice you make every day, to put someone else's happiness and well-being ahead of your own, to teach the hard lessons, to do the right thing even when you're not sure what the right thing is...and to forgive yourself, over and over again, for doing everything wrong.” MMMMM. Being mother is one of the most blessed and the most challenging job in the world. Giving birth to a new life and making it walk through the new world holding its hands showing a good trail makes a mother victorious in her life....   [tags: teenage pregnancy, fertility]
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Health and Society: Smoking in pregnancy - This assignment will begin by giving a brief definition of health whilst presenting a discussion on the exploration of an individual in relation to making healthy choices. The purpose of this assignment is to look at the effects of making healthy choices and the implications that may occur. In addition, current social policies that relate to health and society, and the effects of smoking in pregnancy will also be discussed. ‘Health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’ (World Health Organisation, 2011) This definition was first cited by the International health conference in July 1946, and the definition has remained the same...   [tags: Health, Tobacco, Pregnancy]
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Steps Towards a Natural Pregnancy - More pregnant woman than ever before are becoming aware of the vast amount of chemicals found in every day products and in the food supply. From pesticides and herbicides in produce, to growth hormones and antibiotics in meat and dairy products, MSG and high fruit corn syrup in most super market food, sodium lauryl sulfites and other harmful chemicals in toiletry items. Most food and products are detrimental to our health rather than beneficial as they should be. Pregnancy is a time of massive growth and development for the unborn child and the more natural the mother is throughout, the better off the baby will be....   [tags: How to Have a Healthy Natural Pregnancy] 1056 words
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What is the Cause of Teen Violence - "Teen violence refers to harmful behaviors that can start early and continue into young adulthood" (Teen Violence). As generations continue to pass, the issue of teen violence remains. Why do kids act the way they do. What factors into their violent behavior. Questions like these do not have straight answers; instead, they seek out people's differing opinions. John Leo, Mike Males, Gloria Steinem, Charlie James, Chuck Shelton, Annette Fuentes, and James Garbarino share their opinions about the controversy of teen violence through newspaper and magazine articles....   [tags: Teen Violence, Harmful Behaviors, Young Adulthood]
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Cyber-Bullying and Teen Suicide - Since Teen Suicide is the second leading cause of teenage death in the United States, there is a need for legislation that promotes awareness and education about Cyber-Bullying. by R. Hassan February 8, 2011 Fourth Period Mr. Cicala Robinson Secondary School Since Teen suicide is the second leading cause of teenage death in the United States, there is a need for legislation that promotes awareness and education about Cyber-Bullying. Due to the growth of technology in the American society, the younger generations of adolescents are adapting to the excessive use of computers, cell phones, and social-networking sites....   [tags: bullying, teen suicide, technology, teenagers]
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Character Archetypes in Teen Wolf - Teen Wolf is a television show on MTV, and is about how Scott McCall went from zero to lacrosse co-captain after getting bit by a werewolf and turning into one. Now, him and his friends try to protect everyone from the other supernatural beings they encounter. The audience of Teen Wolf is making the show prominent among other television shows with its action scenes and content of the television show, Carl Jung’s character archetypes of the ideal hero, the sidekick/ally, the caregiver, the mentor, the hunter, and the villain affect the characters’ actions....   [tags: teen wolf, mtv, tv show, scott, mccall]
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Pre- Pregnancy Body Mass Index and Weight Gain During Pregnancy - During pregnancy, many women experience hypertensive and diabetic disorders. These disturbances usually cease to exist after delivery; however, they may impose serious complications for mother and or/ fetus. Some evidence suggests that both disorders can be attributed to pre- pregnancy body mass index of the mother, and other evidence suggests that they are precipitated by weight gain that occurs during pregnancy. The authors of ‘Pre-Pregnancy Body Mass Index and Weight Gain during Pregnancy: Relations with Gestational Diabetes and Hypertension, and Birth Outcomes’ theorized in their introduction that “maternal obesity at conception increases the risk of maternal and or/ fetal complications...   [tags: body mass, pregnancy, weight gain]
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Teen Cosmetic Surgery - True or false: Teens these days are bullied for their flaws and imperfections. TRUE. True or false: Teens are very insecure about their personality and their true self. TRUE. Last true or false: Teens want to change themselves and become someone better. TRUE. Teen Cosmetic Surgery is one topic that some people usually think as a positive effect in their lives. Most teens don’t realize this, but cosmetic surgery first of all, can have a really big impact in your life, whether it’s a problem or an accomplishment....   [tags: Teen Plastic Surgery]
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Late Period Negative Pregnancy Test - If you are a woman who has a normal, regular menstrual period and are many days late now, you probably would get a home pregnancy test. However, when the test comes out negative, you may be confused as to how this can happen. Actually, this is a common experience for many women and there are many possible explanations for this. Late Period Negative Pregnancy Test—Why. 1. When You Are Pregnant If you have missed your period and are starting to experience a few symptoms of early pregnancy, you may be starting to suspect that you are pregnant....   [tags: high sensitive level, ectopic pregnancy]
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Cancer During Pregnancy - Abortion is the termination of a pregnancy after, accompanied by, resulting in, or closely followed by the death of the embryo or fetus ("Abortion"). Many people may believe that abortion is the right way to do things, but some may believe it is killing a human being. Statics shows that “234 abortions per 1,000 live births (according to the Centers for Disease Control) 1.2 million abortions per year, 3,288 abortions per day, 1,379 abortions per hour, and 4 abortions every minutes, and 1 abortion every 26 seconds.”(Abortion Facts) In this world people have many views on abortion....   [tags: pregnancy, health, abortion pill, rape]
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Research Proposal: Exploring the Causes of Teenage Pregnancy in the UK - Contents 1.0 Proposed Title of Research 2 1.1 Introduction 2 1.2 Statement of Problem and Justification 3 1.3 Aim of Research 3 1.4 Objectives of Research 3 1.5 Research Questions 4 2.0 Research Methodology 5 2.1 Introduction 5 2.2 Research Philosophy 5 2.3 Study Design 6 2.4 Research Method 7 2.5 Research Approach 7 2.6 The Time frame and Work Schedule of Research 8 2.7 Sources of Data 9 2.8 Facility and Personnel needed 10 3.0 Literature Review 11 3.1 Introduction 11 3.2 High rate of Teenage Pregnancy in UK 11 3.3 Negative outcomes of Teenage Pregnancy 12 3.4 Conclusion 13 References 14 1.0 Proposed Title of Research Exploring the Causes of Teenage Pregnancy in the UK 1.1 Intr...   [tags: Teenage Pregnancy in the UK]
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The Use of Mifepristone to Terminate a Pregnancy - The Use of Mifepristone to Terminate a Pregnancy The medication "mifepristone" was invented in France by Dr. Etienne-Emile Baulieu in 1980. It is widely know as "RU-486" throughout North America. The letters is taken from the initials of the pharmaceutical company Roussel-Uclaf. The "486" is an arbitrary lab serial number. 1 It was first introduced in France, where it is called Mifegyne. ® It has been used, in combination with prostaglandin medication, to induce abortions in about 500,000 women over almost 2 decades....   [tags: Pregnancy Termination] 3456 words
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Abortion - Right or Wrong? - Right or Wrong. In January 2002 a college freshman, Karen Hubbard, bled to death after secretly delivering her baby in a bathroom stall at her dorm. Up until that night no one knew she was pregnant, not her family or her friends. Karen was a bright respected young girl, who had everything going for her. She was co-valedictorian at her school and was now on her way to college. In the fall of 2001 Karen went off to the University of Wisconsin, with high hopes from her parents. She was the last person anyone expected to get pregnant, but, on January 29, that all changed....   [tags: Pregnancy Abortion Essays] 1283 words
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Harmful Effects of Drug Abuse During Pregnancy - Increasing numbers of women are abusing drugs during pregnancy and thus endangering the well-being and lives of their children as well as themselves. The spreading abuse of phencyclidine (PCP), cocaine, and cocaine's potent form "crack," added to the more well-known addictive narcotics such as heroin, has intensified concerns about the implications of maternal drug use for unborn children. Some harmful effects are generally recognized. Cocaine use, for example, increases risk of hemorrhage and premature delivery, threatening the lives of mother and child....   [tags: drugs, pregnancy, maternity, medicine, medical] 885 words
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Teen Alcoholism -      “In 1991, a study by the United States Surgeon General’s office stated that 8 million out of the 20.7 million young people in grades 7 through 12 drank alcoholic beverages every week. It went on to say that 454,000 of those youngsters reported weekly binges (Claypool 21).” In the United States and all over the world underage teens are drinking, and it may be because they just don’t know about alcohol and its effects (Monroe 56). Underage or teen drinking is a major problem today that is increasing more and more, and something needs to be done to stop this increase and to control the number of underage drinkers....   [tags: Teen Drinking] 1852 words
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Unprotected Sex Leads to an Increase in Pregnancy, Social Discrimination and Disease - Unprotected sex is becoming increasingly common today which brings an increase in the risks of the effects; including pregnancy, social discrimination, and various diseases. The majority of unprotected sex is acted upon within teenagers. However, adults act upon this feat as well. While performing sexual proceedings, you use a condom to prevent the corrupting effects due to unprotected sex from happening to you. In the absence of using a condom, the effects are amplified. Most people are aware of the consequences of unprotected sex, although, the choice of using a condom to protect you during sexual intercourse is still not always the prevailing decision....   [tags: Unprotected sex, sexuality, STIs, pregnancy,] 1148 words
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Life After Teen Suicide - As a teenager, there's nothing better than when the weekend rolls around. A full week of responsibilities can seem like torture at the young age of 16. However, unlike a typical Friday night of partying, I chose to trade the excitement for an uneventful night of movies and junk food. Little did I know this weekend was to be anything but uneventful, and would soon turn my world upside down. Lying in my bed I began to doze off until I heard the familiar sound of an incoming text message. "Wanna hang out tonight?...I'll pick you up there's a party," Andrew tried to persuade me to brave the bitter January cold....   [tags: Teen Suicide] 529 words
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Back Pain During Pregnancy: Jordanian Research Study (Including Implications for Health Professionals) - Abstract Objective: To explore the strategies used by Jordanian women to manage back pain during pregnancy Design: an exploratory descriptive design Setting and participants: 235 Jordanian women from the three regions of Jordan, aged between 18-54 years, who were pregnant at the time of the study or previously had at least one full term pregnancy. Findings: There were a number of strategies used by Jordanian women in the sample to manage back pain of pregnancy, mostly were non-pharmacological strategies....   [tags: Antenatal, pregnancy, nursing, medical]
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Kentucky's Youth and Teen Smoking - At a local Kentucky convenience store you can buy a pack of Marlboro cigarettes for about $4.50. For the same price as a cheap lunch a teenager can continue a nicotine addiction for another day. Smokers in Massachusetts, however, can expect to pay over ten dollars for a single pack of smokes. At ten dollars per pack an average smoker in Massachusetts can expect to pay over $3,000 a year. This is one of many reasons why Massachusetts's YRBS rating (a scale to rate the amount of smokers in high schools) is a low 16.0, giving Massachusetts the 10th lowest score out of 43 states rated....   [tags: Teen Smoking, Tobacco] 1027 words
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Teen Cosmetic Surgery is Ugly - Growing up in a close-knit community, I was raised to stay firm to my morals and always strive to do my best and represent my family respectfully. My parents were never demanding of perfection; all they wanted was for me to do my best and be myself. Growing up, there was always peer pressure to conform and follow along with all the hot new trends. Anywhere from the newest electronics to the trendiest, expensive clothes, I wanted it all. This was all a part of growing up. However, there are exceptions....   [tags: Teen Plastic Surgery‎] 1045 words
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Diabetes and Pregnancy - Review of Condition Diabetes is a disorder of the breakdown of glucose in the body. Glucose levels in the body are maintained through diet and the aid of insulin. Glucose is brought into the body through various types of foods, the most common one being carbohydrates. Once glucose is in the body, it is distributed through the bloodstream with the help of inulin, a hormone produced by the pancreas. In patients with diabetes, either the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the cells the glucose is targeting do not respond appropriately....   [tags: disorder, glucose level]
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The Effects on Caffeine During Pregnancy - ASBTRACT The effects on caffeine during pregnancy were explained and detailed. I explained the causes and effects on caffeine and the major dangers that affect the offspring. Caffeine is the most dangerous cause of danger in pregnancy and their offspring. It can infect the metabolism, the fetal, and can cause miscarriages. The blood flow can easily be decreased by having to much caffeine and can in danger the baby. Why is caffeine dangerous during pregnancy. Caffeine is dangerous during pregnancy, because it can cause miscarriages; it stresses the immature metabolism of the fetus, and increases the blood flow in the placenta....   [tags: miscarriages, immature metabolism]
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Teratogens and Prevention During Pregnancy - A case study of Teratogens and Prevention during pregnancy Conception is an exhilarating moment which marks the commencing first term of pregnancy. To many, knowledge of conception is vital to ensure the safety of the newborn. At this stage, women begin to take prenatal vitamins, they change poor eating habits and some use exercise to make certain their body is ready to deliver a healthy baby. However, not all women take the precautions necessary. Ashley is our motivation for this case study....   [tags: fetal alcohol syndrome, poor functioning]
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Teenage Pregnancy and Social Exclusion - There are corresponding meanings to the concept of social exclusion as people have different views. It is often defined as people who exclude themselves from mainstream society through their own form of action and values in which they believe. However, as practitioners accumulate knowledge and experience they will begin to define social exclusion (Pierson, 2009, p.5). Social exclusion causes individuals to become disadvantaged; this is not just within the economy but through other extents such as education, culture and being a citizen within society (Bonell et al, 2003, p.871)....   [tags: Social Exclusion: Adolescents]
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Ultrasounds: A Necessity During Pregnancy -  When a mother finds out she is pregnant it is a wonderful experience. Most people are excited to see their first “picture” of their baby, the ultrasound. Even more exciting is getting an ultrasound to find out the sex of the baby. But ultrasounds are useful for more than just getting that first image of the fetus or finding out whether it is a boy or a girl. While it is something most parents dread finding out when pregnant, an ultrasound can also detect a birth defect. There are many different birth defects that can be detected by an ultrasound during pregnancy like Spina Bifida, Down syndrome, and abnormalities with the heart and lower urinary tract, and the importance of detecting them...   [tags: neural tube, Spina bifida, down syndrome]
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Issues of HIV and Pregnancy - Human Immunodeficiency Virus, or HIV, is a virus that destroys the immune system of a person. This virus is highly contagious and can be transmitted in many ways including: vaginal, oral, and anal sex, sharing needles, coming into contact with infected bodily fluids, and also through pregnancy, which is known as mother to child transmission. In the United States, there are about 1.1 million people with HIV and every year there are 540,000 new infections. It is important to note that of those new infections, 25% of them are in women....   [tags: virus transmission, HIV, CD4 cell]
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Abortion and Pregnancy: Pro Life - ... The regrets that may follow an abortion are a lot harder to shake than the physical damage. A majority of abortion arguments center around the mother and child, but in some cases there is also a father involved. The mother is not always the only person involved in making the decision even though she has the ultimate say. Joe Messerli, a man with multiple degrees in politics and medicine, stated that, “Women who have abortions often suffer major psychological damage…along with, in some cases, the father of the child,” (Messerli.)....   [tags: abortion, the right to choose]
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Mouse Pregnancy Lab Report - Mouse pregnancy experiment Topic: The weight increase of the female mouse and fetus during pregnancy. Problem: At what rate does a female mouse gain weight during pregnancy. Background information: • Unlike humans, mice bear multiple young. • The fetus grows by cells dividing at approximately an exponential rate. • The fetus develops the most during the first trimester. Hypothesis: If a healthy female mouse gets pregnant, then excluding the weight she gains from simply growing, she will gain weight at a bit less than an exponential rate....   [tags: biology, science] 1400 words
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Babies Having Babies - Teen pregnancy is a chief setback in the United States. There are drastically more teenage pregnancies in the United States than all other developed countries worldwide (Cloe & Moore, 1995). According to, The Complete and Authoritative Guide: Caring for Your Teenager, out of every five women under twenty, two will become pregnant. In 2010, the total number of pregnancies in the United States was 821,810 (84 pregnancies per 1,000 people). Weigh against Canada whose total rate of teen pregnancies for 2010 was 38,600 (38 pregnancies per 1,000 people)....   [tags: Social Issues]
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The Importance of the Parent-Teen Relationship - Parent-teen relationships are among the most important in a youth's life. Whether a parent is providing love, criticism, or old-fashioned rulemaking, the structure and stability of a healthy parental relationship with teens can make a huge impact on their stressful adolescent lives. In Speak, a healthy parent-teen relationship could have meant the difference between swift justice and months of harassment. Mothers, fathers, and family communication in general are all important in unique ways. The mother-teen relationship is one of the most important relationships a child can have....   [tags: Psychology]
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The Causes and Prevention of Teen Suicide - “Sixteen-year-old Andrea was told to stop and talk to her Math teacher after class. Andrea knew what was coming because her grades had been slipping in the last few months. After the teacher told Andrea she was planning to call her parents for a conference, she was filled with despair. Andrea never went to her next class. Instead, she went to the girl’s bathroom and using a nail file, slashed her wrist. Andrea was found by another student a half hour later and was rushed to the hospital. Andrea didn’t die, but she wanted to.” (McGuire 8) Before the mid-1970s, teen suicide appeared to be a rare happening....   [tags: Teenage Suicide Essays] 551 words
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Pregnancy in the Military -       As the United States military moves towards a more bi-gender dependant force, it will be necessary for leaders and managers to combat the growing increasing of junior enlisted pregnancies. Through leadership skills, communication, and understanding the causes of the problems, leaders will be able to lower the rate of pregnancy, henceforth, increasing fleet readiness.      To even consider any type of resolution or solution to the problem of pregnancy amongst junior enlisted members, we must first analyze the concept of fleet readiness and the units that comprise it in today’s military....   [tags: essays research papers] 1357 words
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Youth Offending and The Teen Brain - The juvenile execution rate is low in the U.S. but there are still some countries that allow for youth to be killed. The brain of a teen compared to an adult’s brain is still growing and developing. “Research has shown that brains don’t look like an adult brain until the early to mid-twenties, so if your child is under 25, you are still in the teen zone.”(Ritvo, Eva M.D), so the brain is unsure on the decision making process. Immaturity is the key factor in most cases of juveniles....   [tags: juvenile execution]
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Teen Bullying Must Be Stopped - Bullying in school environments is not a rare or recent development by any means. However, it would appear the intensity and consequences have reached new, devastating heights in more recent cases. I was shocked to discover that there have been five recent teen suicides from bullying, in the high school in my current city. According to one of my local news-station’s website, www.foxnews.com, in Mentor High School (Mentor, Ohio) there have been four cases of teen suicides from bullying in a little more than three years....   [tags: Education / Peer Harassment]
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Teen Suicide: Is it Preventable? - Cindy, Juliette’s mother, walked into the attic and found a sight she was not prepared for. Expecting her daughter to be sitting on the floor doing homework or watching television on the couch, but she was hanging from the wooden rafters; her face as pale as a ghost’s. Juliette was only sixteen years old and her life was now over. Looking back now, Cindy realized that Juliette had been showing signs of depression ever since her sister was tragically killed in an automobile accident. Cindy blames herself because she should have gotten her daughter counseling or some other form of help, but she thought that Juliette was still getting over her sister’s death....   [tags: psychology, adolescent behavior, depression]
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How to Reduce Teen Suicide - The word ‘Suicide,’ as defined by Merriam-Webster.com, is the act of killing yourself because you don’t want to continue living. To most people suicide is a scary word. When someone hears the word ‘suicide’ they go into a different state of mind and almost completely ignore the fact that the word was said, this needs to change. Suicide has become the third leading cause of death in humans ages fifteen to twenty-four. The only other causes higher are accidents and homicide. (Stibich). The rate of teenage suicide has grown rapidly in recent years, and the suffering communities seem to just turn a blind eye on the issue....   [tags: Teenage Suicide Essays]
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Article Review: The Teen Brain - The article under review in this paper is 'Neurodevelopment: How does the teen brain work?' by Kendall Powell (2006). this article appears to be credible based on the following: although the author is a freelance science writer, his work lead one to believe he knows what he is talking about. In addition, he provides several supportive resources to back up his topics. He has several other articles and writings available on the internet. However, while no educational background is available, he writing experience extends to PLoS, HHMI Bulletins, and the Los Angeles Times to name a few....   [tags: Article Review]
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Asthma During Pregnancy: - Asthma in pregnancy is a common problem. Women, who never had asthmatic tendencies, may also experience them for the first time. Although, there are several treatments and handy home remedies to cure it, one must take the basic precautions to prevent asthma during pregnancy. Asthma may be a common problem to many women. In most cases, they do not know how to deal with asthma during pregnancy. Although there is no doubt that severe asthma attack can be harmful for your pregnancy, it can however be resolved with proper treatment....   [tags: Health Care ] 923 words
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Reconnecting With Your Teen - When loosing a close relationship with a teen, it can make a parent feel like they have lost their best friend. Another similarity is feeling like you have a roommate instead of the warm and close camaraderie of sharing in your teen’s life. Instead of allowing the lines of communication to remain closed, there are ways to reconnect with your teen, and create an even closer relationship than before through understanding on both sides. *Communication is, of course the most important way to reconnect with your teen....   [tags: Relationships] 571 words
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Teen Smoking is Bad - Deaths caused by smoking have reached epidemic proportions. In the United States alone, 430,000 people die annually from smoking-related illnesses such as cancers and lung disease. Stephen Jay, chair of the Department of Public Health at Indiana University School of Medicine, states that tobacco’s “human toll far exceeds the Black Death of the 14th century, the global influenza pandemic of 1918–19, and the modern tragedy of HIV-AIDS.” Health care advocates, concerned about tobacco-related deaths and illnesses, have worked tirelessly to discourage cigarette smoking in the United States through education campaigns that warn the public about the potential health dangers of tobacco use....   [tags: persuasive, rhetorical, rhetoric, health] 1072 words
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Pregnancy Discrimination Act - I. Introduction With the rise of the modern age economic survival has become difficult for families based on a single income. This economic need along with modern attitudes toward gender equality has resulted in women being represented in the workforce in greater numbers. However, until the 1960’s women faced severe discrimination when trying to enter and maintain a position in the workforce. Often qualified women would be passed over for men with less experience and education. Employers were fearful that women were too emotional and were not equipped to handle the stress of the work environment....   [tags: Civil Rights, women, workforce, discrimination]
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Implications of Teenage Pregnancy in the United States - According to experts approximately 9 percent of Unite State teenagers between the ages of 15 and 19 become pregnant every year. And even though some studies have shown that the incidence of teenage pregnancy has generally been in decline since 1991, the causes and effects of underage childbearing has continued to be a big burden on families, the public and government. Babies having babies is the simplistic way that some people have described the specter of having a baby while teenager are unprepared....   [tags: Sex Education]
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The Importance of Exercise and Nutrition During Pregnancy - Everyone knows that a healthy pregnancy requires special care. A healthy diet accompanied by moderate exercise is very important as it will cause the fetus has a great development and thus a pregnancy will be much better, but staying healthy during pregnancy depends on you, so it's crucial to arm yourself with information about the many ways to keep you and your baby as healthy as possible. A healthy diet is very important because the deficiency of some nutrients can cause various adverse effects for both, mother and the fetus....   [tags: Healthy Lifestyle Essay]
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Teen Suicide in America - 5000 people under the age of 25 with 2000of those teenagers are dying each year, but not from cancer or car accidents, but by their own hands. These children have made the choice to take their lives by committing suicide. Andrea Young Ward explains how and why teens make the decision of taking their lives in her story “Many Factors Contribute to Teen Suicide”. Teen suicide is the third leading killer of teenagers and has increased 200% since 1960 and will probably continue to increase in the years to come....   [tags: Teenage Suicide Essays] 563 words
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Pregnancy Complications: Miscarriage - Pregnancy Complications Pregnancy can be an exciting and sometimes frightening experience for many women. It was a snowy Sunday afternoon, and I was not feeling very well. I remember all week long, every morning I felt nauseated. I was craving odd foods, and foods I normally would not eat together. I was on the phone with my best friend explaining to her how I was feeling. She said “It sounds like you are pregnant.” That thought never even crossed my mind until that moment. Sure enough she was right, I was pregnant for the first time....   [tags: miscarriage, down syndrome, breech] 619 words
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