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Trick or Treat Diabetes - ... One of the factors of diabetes is urbanization. Due to rise in living standards and availability of cheap and calorie rich fast foods in cities to rich and poor people alike. Another factor for diabetes is obesity. As per the survey conducted by Narayan, Williams, Gregg (2006) the obesity frequency in India was in the array of 19.2-32.0%. This shocking development led the government of India to start the national diabetes control program. During 1995-96 this program was allocated a sum of 1,200,000 rupees which was increased to 10 million rupees in 1997-98 ministry of health and family welfare (2008)....   [tags: metabolism, insulin, health] 852 words
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Understanding the Proper Way to Treat the Disabled - ... Being disabled person does not mean helpless, they wish to be independent like anyone else. One of the worst thing someone can do is to cause a scene, drawing everybody's attention to the disability. This makes it especially uncomfortable for the person with the disability and the people around them. People who have not had previous experience around the disabled,treat them like a porcelain doll, when in reality they are fully capable human beings. This in turns suffocates the person with the disability, as people around them only focus on the disability, completely forgetting that they are human....   [tags: respect, courtesy, help] 716 words
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Head Lice and How to Treat Them - There is a myth that head lice only affect the poor or uneducated children. This is furthest from the truth, these creatures affects everyone regardless of the socio-economic status of the family. Lice are transmitted from individual to individual, and are not preventable. Once they grasp onto the scalp, the female lice reproduce an average of ten new eggs daily. There are various ways to treat this condition with vinegar and Listerine with a proven track record of eliminating these annoying pests....   [tags: Informative Essay] 492 words
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Treat Depression, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia with Cymbalta - Product Oriented Article – PDD Tittle – Treat Depression, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia with Cymbalta Keywords – Cheap Cymbalta, Generic Cymbalta,Cymbalta Online To treat certain kinds of infections, your doctor might provide you with a prescription for tablet Cymbalta or Generic Cymbalta. Though it is possible to get Cymbalta from a local pharmacy, many people choose instead to order cheap Cymbalta online as a way to save money. For an even more cost-effective alternative, you can also opt for generic Cymbalta online....   [tags: product oriented article] 725 words
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Chocolat Advertisement: A Healthy and Luxurious Treat - ... It was rare and expensive. The overall appearance of the advertisement is simple and direct. The images of fresh, natural ingredients are appealing to a more mature palate. Children would not be attracted to or understand the relationship between chocolate and salt. Cherries are not an overly sweet fruit and in their fresh state, is an acquired taste. The images of animals on the Endangered Species Chocolate bars are only slices of the whole. The animals they use as graphics are not commonly recognized by children, or for that matter, many adults....   [tags: natural and organic chocolate] 772 words
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Infertility: What Causes It and How to Treat It - Infertility is a very common thing. Infertility can affect your emotions. Both men and women can be infertile. You may have some questions such as, how is infertility caused or how is it treated. In women, infertility is one of the most common causes of women not being able to conceive. 30% of infertility problems are a cause of ovulation disorders. Luckily, 70% of these problems can be treated with drugs like; Clomiphene and Menogan/ Repronex. The causes of infertility can be categorized as the following: hormonal problems, scarred ovaries, premature menopause, and follicle problems....   [tags: men, women, treatment, causes] 808 words
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Mitoxantrone and Glatiramer Acetate to Treat MS - ... As previously mentioned, the effects of MX and GA are basically the same; however, the mechanisms of which they work vary. MX acts in two ways. Initially, it suppresses the immune system by destructing the DNA of two types of the leukocytes which are the B and T cells. The suppression of the immune system in that manner allows the body to reform the immune system and fix what has gone wrong with it. Secondly, it inhibits the excretion of pro-inflammatory molecules, one of which is gamma interferon....   [tags: immune, patients, medication] 902 words
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The Need to Treat Obsesity in the United States - ... To test this, we will measure core body temperature; -oxidation and browning in adipose depots of K1-KO mice fed a high fat diet or exposed to cold stress. We will measure -oxidation and mitochondrial respiration in K1-KO adipocytes and in inducible IP6K1 knock-down adipocyte cell lines. Utilizing enzyme assays and hydrogen deuterium exchange (HDX) studies, we will determine the molecular mechanism by which IP6K1/IP7 inhibits AMPK. Furthermore, we will monitor the AMPK stimulator; 5-Aminoimidazole-4-carboxamide ribonucleotide (AICAR) mediated -oxidation and insulin sensitivity in K1-KO mice....   [tags: diabetes, energy, metabolism] 1448 words
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Undoing the Adregenic Response to Treat PTSD - Why is it that we tend to remember the thrill of a rollercoaster ride we took at age eight, but fail to remember what we ate for breakfast yesterday morning. Why do we remember falling off our bike and scraping our leg, but not what we got on a fifth grade test. It is safe to say that emotionally significant experiences have a certain salience and are likely remembered more often than not. Differentiating what information we will hold on to and what information we will discard, appears to relate to the emotional impact of a memory or event....   [tags: stress disorder, memory, emotional material]
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Treat to America: Military: Power; or Sideshow - ... Though military power outside of our nation is strong, some believe that the power we hold within our borders is unnecessary, because thousands could be injured if a counter attack was launched. Though the arguments in the previous paragraph are understandable, they seem to only think of the small picture. Critics to our power are only concerned with their own safety. The main purpose for doing the things the country does to possibly defend an attack, is to ensure the survival of the only “free” country the world has to offer to those who want more for their families....   [tags: attack, threats, precautions] 810 words
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How to Treat a Stained Tooth Fissure - ... Although bitewings xrays were obtained, not find them to be effective in diagnosing the small occlusal carious lesions of interest in the study (articulo 11). • Air Abrasion is used to aid in the diagnosis of questionable pit and fissure lesions and to treat small carious lesions. Advantage: of early tx with air abrasión: conservation tooth structure, tx of small carious lesions without the need for local anaesthetic and the ability to créate small preparations without the noise and vibration of a high-speed rotatory handpiece....   [tags: dental health and treatment] 1932 words
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How to Treat Menstrual Cramps or Dysmenorrhoea? - Menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhoea) are curable. Your physician may offer certain medications to relieve your pain. Sometimes, you may need surgery, if medications do not work well. Some home remedies and lifestyle changes also help manage the condition. Medications The following medications are considered for women with dysmenorrhoea. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) NSAIDs help relieve pain during your menstruation. Menstrual cramps occur due to a type of chemical substances called prostaglandins, which are secreted by the lining of the uterus (endometrium) during the menstruation....   [tags: woman, painkiller, surgery] 654 words
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Materials Available to Treat Dental Caries - Amalgam is one among the materials available to treat dental caries, which is considered to be the most common oral disease (US, 2010). As part of the restoration procedure amalgam is filled in the teeth after the decayed tissue is removed. Dental amalgam fillings contain powdered silver, tin, and copper combined with metallic mercury (liquid mercury, quicksilver). The components are mixed together in the dentist’s office immediately before use and form a hard-stable material. These “silver” fillings have been used since the nineteenth century and are still used millions of times every year in the United States....   [tags: amalgam, restoration, fillings] 520 words
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Trickery or Treat in Richard the Third - Trickery or Treat in Richard the Third In the play "Richard III", Richard's trickery and manipulation ultimately leads to his downfall. His goals are based on what he can get from others and how they can help him, not on helping himself. This paper shows how Richard uses his skills of trickery and manipulation to not only move up on the hierarchy, but to actually get elected king. He uses his trickery to get Anne his wife to help move up his position on the hierarchy; he uses his trickery to get elected and to get his men to fight for him and not for the better of the country....   [tags: Papers] 539 words
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The Use of DNA to Treat Disease - The Use of DNA to Treat Disease In recent years there have been great advances in medical science. Scientists believe that a gene can be transplanted into humans who suffer from severe diseases that are life threatening. These gene transplants could perhaps cure diseases for which no effective treatment now exists. This treatment is called gene therapy, one method in a series of genetic techniques called genetic engineering. Many benefits can be seen in the future if this research is allowed to continue, however, concerns about how gene therapy could effect humans in the future and the ethics involved with possible misuse of the techniques could hinder this vital res...   [tags: Papers] 1697 words
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The New Drugs to Treat Hypertension - The New Drugs to Treat Hypertension The purpose of this report is two discuss the Pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, proposed benefits, research method, results of research, and possible-nursing implications of newly approved drugs for the treatment of hypertension. These drugs include Atacand HCT and Diltiazem HCL. All newly approved drugs from the FDA are either new drugs or new formulations of older drugs. The information contained in this report was derived from various web pages and online search engines....   [tags: Papers] 806 words
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How to Treat a Burn - How to Treat a Burn Burns are classified in three categories according to their severity. First-Degree Burns affect the outer layer of the skin, first-degree burns cause pain, redness, and swelling. They usually do not require medical attention. Second-Degree Burns affect both the outer and underlying layer of the skin, causing pain, redness, swelling, and blistering. Third-Degree Burns Severe tissue damage is evident involving the skin, fatty tissue, nerves, and other tissues deep below the surface....   [tags: Papers] 742 words
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How to Treat Prion Diseases - How to Treat Prion Diseases Abstract Scientists are stumped as to the development and nature of proteinaceous infectious particles. Neither virus nor bacteria, these prions, are believed to cause transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE), rare diseases said to be 100% fatal, without possessing nucleic acids. Their unhindered growth is thought to be the cause for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or Mad Cow Disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD), scrapie and other TSE, diseases characterized by the brain microscopically turning into sponge-like matter....   [tags: Medical Disease]
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The Use of Medical Image to Diagnose and Treat Illness - ... Two major examples of phenomena used to image in the cancer field are the positron emission tomography (PET) and the single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT). The way that the “PET” works is that it creates computerized images of chemical changes, such as sugar in the metabolism, that take place in tissue. The radioactive sugar can help in the search to locating a tumor in a person’s body. Due to the reason that cancer cells take up or absorb sugar more avidly than other tissues in the body this is how the tomography is able to appear....   [tags: doctors, surgery, cure patients] 749 words
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Cognitive Behaviorial Therapy to Treat Somotoform Disorders - This paper addresses the use of cognitive behavioral therapy (“CBT”) to treat somatoform disorders and analyzes CBT both in general and how it compares to other treatments for the same disorder. Given the somewhat limited analysis of this treatment area by medical and mental health professionals, and as a result of the relatively recent nature of the analysis that does exist, various recommendations are discussed with respect to improvement of the existing treatment methodology. Somatoform Disorders The Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-V), describes somatoform disorders as a group of related mental health symptoms that are characterized by a patient’...   [tags: diagnosis, antidepressant medication] 2393 words
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The Use of Stem Cells to Treat Myocardial Necrosis - ... A side population of cells. or SP cells, were used from the bone marrow and from these the cells RNA was used and tested using PCR (Polymerase Chain Reaction) and primers. The SP cells isolated earlier in the experiment were then injected into female mice and after two and a half months the coronary artery of the female mice was occluded. The hearts were then extracted after two weeks and the hearts of those mice that were still alive at that time were stained with x-gal. The x-gal showed that these SP cells migrated to the injured parts of the heart by using the circulatory system....   [tags: strokes, transplant, nursing] 577 words
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Discussion of Too Brief a Treat: The Letters of Truman Capote - Truman Capote, over the span of his lifetime, wrote numerous letters to the people in his life. Several of these letters were grouped together in a chronological anthology entitled Too Brief a Treat: The Letters of Truman Capote. Many letters were written during the time Capote was writing and researching his novel In Cold Blood. These particular letters convey Capote’s true feelings throughout the years he is involved with the murder case, and bring to light many of the struggles Capote went through to create a monumental piece of literature....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]
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How to Treat Dyslexia in Our Children, Questions and Answers - 1. What is the design inquiry/problem are you addressing. To develop better ways for dyslexic children to concentrate and memorize . 2. How does technology factor in with your design problem. Children spend more time infront an ipad than a paperbook. An ipad allows them to interact with it at his or her own pace. Additionally, Technology allows dyslexics to overcome difficulties with math and spellings. 3. Is your project’s concept original. If so, how is it original. • If the concept is not original, what has been done before....   [tags: disability, learning, concentrate] 694 words
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Healthcare Workers Treat Patients with the Utmost Level of Care - ... In doing so, nurses educate patients through clarifying intricate medical jargon in layman’s terms while sharing their knowledge; offering patients complete awareness of their condition so they are a part of composing informative decisions for treatment with said nurses. Conversely, providing patient-centered care encompasses multiple factors (Finkelman & Kenner, 2013) and is never quite black and white, leaving immense room for improvement. Yet nurses recognize key rules and elements in the effort to encourage extraordinary patient-centered care throughout the healthcare system....   [tags: nursing, physicians, advocate] 960 words
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We Should Treat All Explicit Knowledge as Problematic - “We should treat all explicit knowledge as problematic” Explicit knowledge is knowledge that has passed through the process of articulation or is subject to articulation. It is also able to be codified and also amassed in particular media. This knowledge is also manageably convenient to transfer from one place to another. Encyclopedia and online sources such as the Wikipedia are very good examples of sources of explicit knowledge. Most people do not possess the know-how or skill or morale to articulate their beneficial knowledge to the society....   [tags: Political Science]
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The Problem With How We Treat Bipolar Disorder - ... To me, this is a loss of connection that is scary. I have only been able to survive some of the toughest parts of my life because of the people who have stood by me, listened, and understood how I felt. To lose this connection and feel disapproval instead would make things incredibly challenging for me. The third section that created vivid imagery for me was when she began to describe the doors of the psych-unit closing and the way she lost her “identity as a wife, mother, teacher and writer and transformed into patient, room number and diagnosis.” As we have learned about in this class, so many disorders and feelings come back to the fear of a loss of control....   [tags: learning and personality disorders] 613 words
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Society's Expectations: In the Play The Doll´s House - ... With Nora to be out a “spendthrift”, it looks bad on him. In the time setting, women were held to expectations from society to be submissive to their husbands, but Nora and Kristine were anything but such. Nora found ways to manipulate all three men, Krogstad, Torvald, and doctor Rank. When Nora went behind Torvald to borrow the money from the bank, her intentions were selfless, she wanted to help her husband get better. In her efforts to do so, she was “blackmailed and confiding secrets to others with Torvald just a room away, which makes the tension rocket (Benedict)”....   [tags: character, treat, react, selfish]
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What I Have Learned from School - ... I would take all day long so I could be seen as a rebel, cool, and a leader. My teachers called me into a meeting that consisted of me, Ms.Resse, Ms.Bullin, Ms.Smith, and Ms.Hariss. They all told me that I was bright and needed to get my act together before anything drastic happened. Ms.Resse saw something in me that no one ever saw before and that made me realize that I was a menace to society. Ms.Resse taught me to channel my anger and frustration into something that make a better cause for everyone and me....   [tags: center, treat, kindness] 581 words
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Service at the Ritz Carlton - ... Everyone who works for the Ritz Carlton is supposed to follow the saying, “We are ladies and gentlemen serving ladies and gentlemen” (Moore, 2010). People who work at the Ritz Carlton set the standard for better-quality service make adjustments along the way if need be. The same thing is in the back of every employees mind; excellence. “Empower through trust” is the next objective that is examined by Michelli. At the Ritz Carlton, trust is a concept that is not only published in the management objectives, but is lived out through each and everyone that walks through the doors of the hotel....   [tags: treat, employee, excellence, management] 633 words
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Anti-addiction Medicines Could be Used to Treat the Obesity Related to Food Addiction - Obesity, associated with some serious health problems, including diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer, has become a serious problem in the USA, and over one-third of American adults are obese (Makowski, 2011, p. 489). However, there are few available and effective drugs to treat obesity. In fact, the last obesity drug approved in the United States was Xenical® in 1999, which is little used but the only medicine for long-term obesity treatments (Pollack, 2011, February 1). Currently, there is some evidence shown the link between obesity and addiction....   [tags: Bupropion and Naltrexone]
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Using Quality and Safety Education for Nurses to Prevent and Treat Clostridium Difficile - The QSEN initiative is the progression of quality and safety of education for nurses that began in 2005 and has been continued over the past eight years. It is a multi-phase process that shows current and future nurses how to apply knowledge, skills, and attitudes to their everyday nursing activities(QSEN, 2013, 1). Nurses and student nurses can use their knowledge, skills and attitudes to help prevent never events such as hospital acquired conditions. Never events are medical errors that could have been serious and preventable....   [tags: QSEN Initiative]
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How Men Treat Women and Children in The Collector of Treasure by Bessie Head - ... She can prove that she is able to feed and clothe her children and pay for their school educations out of the small income she earns from her job sewing and knitting for other people in the village. Her neighbor Kenalepe’s husband, Paul in the other hand, is completely different from Garesego. They have a long happily marriage and wonderful life which Kenalepe told to her friends in great details. Paul is the second type of man. Finding out that men like Paul still exist brings Dikeledi an eye opening experience....   [tags: care, love, torture, marriage] 687 words
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Sleep Deprivation and Reduction, Sleep Disorders, and the Drugs used to treat them. - It is important for everyone to get enough sleep, but many people often ignore it. If people do not get enough sleep they may experience sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation can have negative effects. When people do not get enough sleep or less, they may feel crabby and unable to function as well as they usually do the next day. Balancing work and parenting as a single parent in today’s society is tough. Juggling children, work, taking care of home, and cart the children to extracurricular activities are a lot for one’s plate....   [tags: Health, Insomnia] 1130 words
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Case Study Concerns an Infant that Died due to the Wrong Medication Treat - In sum,( Roberta Carroll’s , Risk Management Handbook for Health care Organizations), Case study concerns an infant who was prescribed a medication to treat congenital syphilis that was transmitted from the infant’s mother.( Roberta Carroll,2009) “The hospital did not have a complete medical history from the mother. A dosage of benezathine pen g 150,000 IM was written to be administered to the infant. All of the health professionals involved were unfamiliar with the medication and treatment procedures of this kind....   [tags: medicine dosis, nurse, health care, risk manager]
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Greek Xenia in The Odyssey - All throughout The Odyssey there are scenes of good and bad xenia, or hospitality. It can be seen that hospitality is extremely important in the Greek culture, both how someone treats their guests and how the guests treat the host. A closer look chronologically into the good, then bad examples will show how one acts affects the actions that are brought upon them when they either follow or disobey Zeus' Law. Right at the beginning of The Odyssey, the reader is shown the hospitality that Telemachus has....   [tags: hospitality, culture, treat, guests, actions] 1934 words
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We Must Not Treat Muslims as We Treated the Japanese - We Must Not Treat Muslims as We Treated the Japanese The terrorist attacks on 9-11 have frequently been analogized to Pearl Harbor. In many ways, the analogy is apt. Just as that attack launched us into World War II, the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have launched us into a new kind of war, against terrorism. But waging this sort of borderless war poses great risks, not only to the soldiers commanded to fight but also to core American values. In this way, Pearl Harbor raises other disturbing memories, those of the internment....   [tags: September 11 Terrorism Essays] 961 words
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How To Treat a Woman On Your First Date - How To Treat a Woman On Your First Date I hear the complaints from my girlfriends all the time; men are clueless when it comes to planning and carrying out a good first date. Not to offend any men out there (well-intentioned though you may be), but it seems that some of you have no idea what to do, where to go, how to act, or what to wear on the first date. I know this first-hand. I’ve had my share of bad dates—really bad dates. However, one date lives in infamy as the worst date I ever had. My date (we’ll call him Bob to protect the not-so-innocent) arrived at my house dressed in dirty jeans and a T-shirt; I, on the other hand, was wearing a nice black pants-suit....   [tags: Process Essays] 1355 words
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Treat Juveniles Differently than Adult Criminals - Treat Juveniles Differently than Adult Criminals I do not think it is a good idea to lock juveniles up in prisons with adults. For a child to set down and plan a murder for instance, there would have to be some kind of deep emotional problem. On the other side of this, if the child knows right from wrong and he can sit down and plan a murder, then you could say if he is old enough to kill someone then he is old enough to die. The juvenile criminal is rooted much deeper than right from wrong....   [tags: Papers] 1022 words
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Muddy Buddy Memories - ... The shopping cart is then loaded up with 3 multi packs of Chex. Next we head to the sweets aisle where we find the Nestle semisweet chocolate chips. I then fill up the cart with as many bags as possible; usually around 5 or 6. Farther down the same aisle we stock up on peanut butter and margarine, and then we head down to the check-out station. Once we load up the car with all our ingredients, we make one more stop on the way home at Safeway to pick up Chocolate Chex, vanilla, powdered sugar and wax paper....   [tags: christmas, process, tradition, groceries, treat] 580 words
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Should We Continue with Genetic Testing? - The world was shocked when Angelina Jolie, an icon not only for her acting career but for her incredible beauty, chose to have a double mastectomy after receiving results from a genetic screening. Just like her aunt who died of the disease, Jolie carried a gene that put her at high risk for developing breast cancer. The test empowered her to make a decision that eliminated the threat of cancer, allowing her to continue being a mother, wife, and public figure. Even with triumphant stories of Angelina Jolie and others who choose genetic testing, negative controversy surrounds this practice....   [tags: cancer, treat, prevent, diseases, test, results] 541 words
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Diabetes: A Different Way to Treat It - ... For people who choose to take insulin to manage dibetes, they will have to spend millions of dollars over their life time becaue they have to buy insulin. When managing diabetes most people choose to take insulin or some oral medications. Metformin is generally recommended as a first line treatment for type two diabetes, as there is good evidence that it decreases mortality. Routine use of aspirin, however, has not been found to improve outcomes in uncomplicated diabetes. 4 Insilin is injected daily into a persons body subcantanously....   [tags: disease, glucose, insulin, energy, problems]
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The Use of Viruses to Treat Cancer - ... The virus is based on herpes simplex (HSV-1) and in March 2013, the virus has successfully completed a phase three trial for advanced melanoma [22]. It is expected to be the first oncolytic agent to be approved in the west. Also, it was examined in a phase one trial for pancreatic cancer and a phase three trial for head and neck cancer along with Cisplatin chemotherapy and radiotherapy [23]. Lastly, another virus is Reolysin, which is developed by Oncolytics Biotech. In May 2010, Oncolytics Biotech started its phase three trial for head and neck cancer and the data released in regards to the trial shows a significant tumor reduction [24]....   [tags: tumors, limitations, OVs] 593 words
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Treat the Person, Not the Disease - Caring is at the heart of the nurse’s power to work with people in a respectful and therapeutic way. In therapeutic relationship, the patient and the nurse come to know one another so the relationship becomes one of the healing because: mobilizing the hope for both patient and nurse; assisting the client in using social, emotional, or spiritual resources; finding an interpretation or understanding of illness, symptoms, or emotions that is acceptable to the patient (Perry & Sams, 2014). Dr. Jane Watson nursing theorist describes the caring relationship in a spiritual sense....   [tags: Health, Nurse, Caring]
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Acupunture and Meformine to Treat Diabetes - Objective: To analyze the difference of blood glucose level in intervention of acupuncture combine with Metformin 500mg tablet and intervention of just Metformin 500mg tablet in Diabetes Mellitus type 2. Methods: A randomised controlled trial with six weeks follow up were done. This research was randomized pre-post test. Total of 85 people patients with diabetes mellitus type 2 come as acupuncture patients in “Rungkut” private clinic Surabaya, Indonesia, from January 2013 to January 2014. After screening 73 subjects who had met the inclusion criteria were invited to participate in the study....   [tags: glucose, indonesia, research] 836 words
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Use of Fetal Tissue Research to Cure/Treat Neurological Disorder - Use of Fetal Tissue Research to Cure/Treat Neurological Disorder The assertion that brain equals behavior brings up many questions and concerns. I am currently most concerned by the effects of physical damage to the brain. Although we have concluded that behavior is based at the lowest level upon the workings of neurons, it is the actual integration of these neurons that account for behavior. Any damage done to the brain either by disease or other disorders can result in a direct change in not only behavior but also personality and our very concept of self....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Treat Others with Respect - ... So it all boils down to how responsible we are when it comes to the decision making part and it is so important that the consequences are known or on the very least they should be anticipated to the very last detail. It is all up to the person who is making the choice of using derogatory speech. Now that can be a double edged sword because at times it may work in our favor and win us many hearts. While on the other hand it can backfire as well and when that happens it means that we might be on the verge a lot of allegiance from lot of the cordons....   [tags: personal narrative] 552 words
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Use of Gold Complexes to Treat Cancer - INTRODUCTION During recent years, platinum based drugs have been considered as a hallmark of cancer chemotherapy due to its considerable success in the treatment of a wide variety of cancer types. The most significant and commonly used form of platinum based drugs is cisplatin. Although treatment with cisplatin has found success on many occasions, its broad mode of action and overuse has led to toxic side effects in patients as well as increasing drug resistance in some tumor cells.1 For those reasons combined, scientists have redirected their investigation into other metal based drugs in attempt to find potential alternatives that can overcome cisplatin resistance and lessen the severity of...   [tags: Gold Compounds, AntiCancer]
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Pyogenic Infections and How to Treat Them - DISCUSSION Pyogenic infections are characterized by severe local inflammation, usually with pus development. It’s an incursion by and growth of pathogenic microorganism in a bodily part or tissue, which may produce succeeding tissue injury and development to overt disease through a variety of cellular or toxic mechanisms, generally caused by one of the pigeons bacteria. Infectious microorganisms such as Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Neisseria, Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas (Sarala et al., 2010), Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Singh et al., 2013) and some other species of pathogenic bacteria usually produce pus....   [tags: inflammation, tissue, mechanisms, pus] 1095 words
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Don't Treat Juvenile Offenders As Adults - Prior to 1899, in the United States, child offenders over the age of seven were imprisoned in the same facilities as adult offenders. As a result of political and social reformers, society’s views on juvenile justice began to shift to a more sympathetic view. Beginning in 1899, individual states began to address the youth incarceration problem by establishing youth reform homes, the predecessor to juvenile dentition centers. The objective of these homes was the rehabilitation of juvenile offenders for their re-entry into society and for the greater good....   [tags: Youth Incarceration]
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What is Menieres Disease and What Is the Best Way to Treat It? - ... Other dietary changes such as cutting back on caffeine, alcohol and smoking have been reported to improve symptoms. Alcohol affects blood vessels in the body and caffeine has been shown to constrict blood vessels. This makes tinnitus worse and more frequent. Eating such things in moderation is key to overcoming these symptoms (menieres australia, 2013). Background noise can help mask ringing in the ears. This is useful when trying to sleep or work. There are devices available such as tinnitus relaxers which play soothing music and sounds....   [tags: vertigo, tennitus, progressive deafness]
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Endocrine System and Metabolic Processes - The general classification of Endocrine and Metabolic Agents is for drugs that treat condition and disease of the Endocrine System and Metabolic processes. The subclassifications include Bisphosphonates; inhibit bone resorption, Thyroid Drugs; treats thyroid conditions, and Antidiabetic Agents; lower blood glucose. Bisphosphonates inhibit bone resorption used in the treatment and prevention of osteoporosis. There are many drugs that treat osteoporosis but here are some. Actonel (risedronates sodium) tablets treat osteociastmedinted bone resorption and modulates bone metabolism....   [tags: drugs, conditions and diseases] 631 words
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Contract Liability Cases - ... A further negotiation is not required for the commitment to occur. Many communications will lack this necessary intention and therefore will not be offers. One of them is invitation to treat. Whereas an offer will lead to a binding contract on acceptance, an invitation to treat cannot be accepted, it is merely an invitation to make an offer. An invitation to treat is an indication of a person’s willingness to negotiate a contract. The difference between an offer and an invitation to treat lies in the objective intention of the person making the offer or invitation to treat based on the Partridge v Crittenden case....   [tags: legal agreements] 1929 words
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Normal Business Contracts - ... - Tenders are example that mostly describing invitation of treat. The case of Harvela Investment Ltd. V Royal Trust of Canada (CI) (1986) shows how Royal Trust Co. won the case as it was relating to “highest net money paid tender” not “highest offer” The Royal Trust Co. owned share in a company and invited bids for the sale of share. Harvela Investment Ltd bids $2,175,000 while Sir Leonard Outerbridge bid $2,100,000 or $101,000 additional to any other offer expressed as a fix monetary amount....   [tags: two parties, acceptance, money] 830 words
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