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Analysis Of ' Inherit The Wind And A Dolls House '

- Women’s decisions are often times influenced by the men in their life. Whether it is their husband, father, or an older brother, women sometimes act based on what would please the man in their life most. In the plays Inherit the Wind and A Dolls House, Nora and Rachel exhibit a strong attachment to the men in their life that causes them to lose their true self. Sometimes women get so caught up in trying to please the men in their life that they lose themselves. In the play Inherit the Wind, when Nora visits Bert in jail and is trying to convince him to give up on the fight she says “Everybody says what you did was bad”(Lawrence and Lee 8)....   [tags: Thought, Critical thinking, Mind, Ayumi Hamasaki]

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Pathfinders: A Global History of Exploration by Felipe Fernandez-Armesto

- ... Pathfinders tells a story of the explorers of the globe with much different, less noble motivations. Fernández-Armesto begins his exposition of global exploration's history with a description of the miniscule and forgettable existence of human beings against such a vast backdrop as the universe. "Enmeshed in our own history," we fail to see how small we really are in the larger picture of time and space. Human's tendency is to centralize and aggrandize their own existence, in exploration, history and imagery....   [tags: human exploration, history, conquistadors]

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In Support of the American Nuclear Arsenal

- In Support of the American Nuclear Arsenal August 5, 1945. A day that the entire world will remember, as it was the day that the first of two nuclear strikes against Japan ended World War Two. Although at the time “Fat Man” and “Little Boy” were the lesser of two evils, they started an arms race like the world has never seen. The Soviet Union, America, Great Britain, France, and later China, all started to produce nuclear weapons. The arsenals of these countries would soon number in the tens of thousands....   [tags: Nuclear Weapons, World Conflict, Defense]

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America 's Oldest And Largest Wallpaper Manufacturer

- For my strategic marketing paper, I chose to use York Wallcoverings in York, PA. First of all, York Wallcoverings is America’s oldest and largest wallpaper manufacturer, and has been manufacturing wallpaper since 1895. York has over 250 employees varying from accounting, sales, marketing, manufacturing, and creative, to shipping. Market Segmentation York Wallcoverings has 8 different market segmentations, and each has its own leadership and creative staff. The segments are: Domestic Residential Distribution, Company Owned Distribution, National Accounts, Export/International Distribution, Commercial Distribution, Converting Customers, Company Owned Retail Stores, and the Roommates Division...   [tags: Marketing, Sales, Retailing, Sales management]

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MADD, A Driving Force for Change

- M.A.D.D. is a political interest group for all mothers against drunk driving. It was specifically created for mothers of kids who have fallen victim to drunk drivers, whether it be in injury or in death. Founded on September 5th 1980, M.A.D.D. has made a huge impact on the government today and an even bigger impact on society. The idea of M.A.D.D. was first introduced by a mother, Candice Lightner, who lost her thirteen year old daughter in a car accident killed by an intoxicated driver. She took action and initiative after the loss of her daughter to help prevent drunk driving accidents so other parents wouldn’t have to go through the grief of the loss of a loved one, especially their son...   [tags: Activism]

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Economic Imperialism: Direct and Indirect Control

- During the 19th century to the early 20th century all of Europe was taking land left and right. They weren’t taking full control of the land either they were doing it through six distinct forms of imperialism, Colony, Protectorate, Sphere of Influence, Economic Imperialism. Direct Control, Indirect Control. These six forms of imperialism led Europe to completely dominate the world for over century. One of the first continents to suffer from imperialism was Africa. Britain, had set roots on the continent by 1815 in South Africa (Goucher)....   [tags: africa, brtish empire, colony]

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Project Description Of Paving New Pathways

- Project description (word count) Our project is called Paving New Pathways. This is a resource aimed at assisting CanTeen patient members in their transition back to occupations of everyday living post treatment. It has been identified that during treatment patients experience loss of identity and imbalance in their inability to engage in everyday occupations during treatment. There is also a gap in resources made available to patients between 17 and 24 years of age as they come out of treatment....   [tags: Project management, Project, Critical path method]

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The Problem Of Teen Drug Addiction

- Nowadays, it seems like all the odds are against us as young adults. The statistics are not in our favor in this cruel, harsh, and unforgiving world we live in. As the years go by, the majority of teenagers prove the statistics right. Teen pregnancies, teen drug addictions, and struggles that only adults should need to be worrying about, teenagers now face as well. Not many come out of the difficult situation that these young people get into, but two incredibly amazing friends of mine proved the statistics and all of the people who doubted them otherwise....   [tags: Pregnancy, Teenage pregnancy, Adolescence]

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The Not-So-Sexist Master of Fantasy

- Many call him the master of fantasy. Throughout his career, he wrote hundreds of poems and stories. J.R.R. Tolkien was a pioneer of fantasy literature during the mid-1900’s and continues to be one of the most famous writers to this day. As a young boy, Tolkien loved to learn about words and languages. As he grew older, he came to enjoy not only learning about words but also writing them. Before Tolkien became famous as a writer, he helped work on The New English Dictionary where he researched the history and origins of words starting with the letter W....   [tags: Authors, argumentative, persuasive]

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Capitalism on Wages and Income

- Introduction Capitalism is an economic system in which industry, trade and factor and means of production are controlled by private investors or owners with an aim of making profit in a market economy. It affects the rate of capital accumulation, labor wage and the control of competitive market. This usually affects the economy of different societies since the government has no control over the economy. The forces of capitalism greatly affect the societies in that the poor continues to be poorer while the reach society continues to accumulate wealthy and become richer....   [tags: economic system, profit, economy, exploitation]

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How to Create Successful Research

- Contents Introduction 2 How can one measure variables 2 Indicate the difference between reliability and validity in research 3 Discuss various data collection methods 4 Indicate the role of statistics in research 4 Discuss the difference between qualitative and quantitative data analysis 4 Conclusion 4 Bibliography 5 Introduction In this document there will be a presentation of the basic terms of helping a researcher to create successful research papers .as it is always said every successful thing that being accomplished there has to be some sort of procedures to follow thru, and understanding terms that a researcher will need to understand before they can go thru w...   [tags: Measure Variables, Reliability, Validity, Research]

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Django Unchained '

- Quentin Tarantino is often criticized for the use of language or violence within his films, and there are no exceptions with his latest film Django Unchained. Throughout Tarantino’s movies we are entangled into his storytelling, his characters, and more importantly his world. Django is set in 1858 during the Mississippi antebellum south at the height of slavery. While drawing some historical elements from this time period, the story is being told for Django (Jamie Foxx), and through him we see the world as it is horrific....   [tags: Slavery in the United States, Slavery, Film]

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A Contract Between Sonya And Camille Exists

- The first issue is whether a contract between Sonya and Camille exists. Strictly from the perspective of elements of contract, there likely is a valid contract. However, because the contract is subject to statute of frauds, it is not likely enforceable unless exception applies. The basic elements of a valid contract are: (1) offer; (2) acceptance; and (3) consideration. Offer is an objective manifestation by the offeror to execute a contract which provides the power of acceptance to the offeree....   [tags: Contract, Contract law, Uniform Commercial Code]

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Skills to Effective Coaching

- Interpersonal skills are one of the things everyone should have a good grasp of, regardless of whether they are into business or not. These kinds of skills make you a better person in everyday life, not only in the workplace. Interpersonal skills are those skills which you use when interacting with other people around you. They are those personality traits that make you a little different from everyone else. Everyone has their own set of skills but we all should strive to be good at all of them....   [tags: listening, assertiveness, negogiation]

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Autism: A Disorder of Conflicting Causes and Treatments

- Autism: A Disorder of Conflicting Causes and Treatments Despite its 50 year-old diagnosis, autism is still one of the mostly commonly contracted and rarely treated childhood diseases. Studies suggest that as many as 1 in 500 children may display autistic symptoms. Manifestations of this disability include the stereotypical physical contortions and hand-flapping motions commonly associated with autism, as well as inability to relate to the outside world, limited social skills, lack of concentration, and hypersensitivity to certain stimuli-particularly noise (1)....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Analysis on Django Unchained

- ... Where Dr.Schultz explains that the sheriff is in fact a criminal with a bounty. It is ironic how Django was release from where he came from to come and pursuit the three brothers that has made him suffer so much. Django finds them and kills them. After, he pretty much got revenge from those who caused pain to him. He met this brilliant person that taught him well, and found where his wife’s held location. If it wasn’t for King he would have never found where his wife was, and both be free Americans....   [tags: fantasy film analysis]

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Adhd And Its Effects On Children 's Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder ( Adhd )

- Treat ADHD Naturally With Diet and Supplements Does your child seem easily distracted, have difficulty following directions, and appear to act impulsively. Have you noticed that he or she gets upset easily, has poor coordination, and often complains of stomachaches. If so, your child could have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This condition affects more than one million children worldwide, so you are certainly not alone in your struggle. Although there are prescription medications that can help reduce the symptoms of ADHD, they often come with unwanted side effects....   [tags: Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder]

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The Kind Of People By Iweala Calls : Goffman 's Three Forms Of Stigma

- In his book Our Kind of People, Iweala calls upon Goffman’s three forms of stigma to analyze the kinds of discrimination that people in Nigeria face. The first type of stigma that he describes is the abomination of the body, which are the physical deformities that set one apart. An example of this would be the physical symptoms that manifest themselves in the later stages of auto-immune deficiency, such as: legions, blisters, infections, etc. The author demonstrates this when he remembers the patients whom he treated for AIDS, which included a woman who had a candida infection in her mouth, and a man who had multiple itchy oozing sores....   [tags: AIDS, HIV, Africa, Nigeria]

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Critical Analysis of George Bernard Shaw’s Play, Arms and the Man

- George Bernard Shaw produced Arms and the Man in 1894 which was later published in 1898 as part of his Plays Pleasant volume, which also included Candida, You Never Can Tell, and The Man of Destiny.The play was created in the era of the Victorian society, when most plays were comedies and lighter drama, nevertheless it was one of Shaw's first commercial successes. As Moliere once said satire is "biting exposure of human folly which criticizes human conduct, and aims to correct it", and in his play Arms and the Man, Shaw presents his great ability of writing satire by showing the reader a world full of misunderstandings, romance, materialism and the absurdity of life, while decrying the para...   [tags: literary analysis, literary criticism]

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Summit Villa Care Center Is A 75 Bed Skilled Nursing Center

- Summit Villa Care Center is a 75 bed skilled nursing center in Tallmadge Ohio. The center provides comprehensive rehabilitative care for post-acute patients; these services include physical therapy and speech therapy. The center also offers specialized care to patients suffering from Alzheimer 's disease and other types of dementia. Mike and Michael (not real name) are two residents currently living at this facility and has agreed to participate in this project. Mike is a 72 years old male who has been a resident at Summit Villa Care Center since July 2014....   [tags: Hypertension, Blood pressure, Cardiology]

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Transketolase : An Essential Component Of Many Enzymatic, Biochemical Processes

- Transketolase is an essential component of many enzymatic, biochemical processes. According to the National Center of Biotechnology Information, in conjunction with a self-paraphrased definition, transketolase is a thiamine pyrophosphate, metabolic coenzyme which is partly responsible for various catalytic reactions, sucrose breakdowns and chemical, ketose transports. Albert L. Lehninger, Michael Cox and David R. Nelson, the authors of Lehninger Principles of Biochemistry, confirm this proposed definition in the works of their book (2005)....   [tags: Protein, DNA, RNA, Enzyme]

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Calmodulin- a multigene family promoting multitudes of cellular activities

- Summary The importance of calcium as a second messenger probably can’t be emphasized enough. Ca2+-signalling through Ca2+-sensors such as calmodulin regulates a variety of vital functions in cells in response to stimuli. Calmodulin is a small evolutionally conserved Ca2+-binding pro-tein of the EF-hand superfamily that participates in many different cellular pathways through regulation of a diverse group of targets. Its function has shown to depend hugely on the way it is distributed throughout the cell and pools probably allow for CaM to be activated at the right time and place....   [tags: calcium, second messenger, vital functions]

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The Struggle of Women for Equality in the Workplace

- Women were viewed as an object to their husband back in the 18 and 19th century, and they could not take on a job because they would break American society’s expectations. A job is essential for survival in any part of the world because prices have increased for everything. Now times have changed and women have the potential and ability to work or access any career of their choice. They do not have to take on any typical feminine job such as a teacher, but they can choose to take on masculine jobs such as becoming a scientist or even a mechanic....   [tags: history of gender equality]

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Upamanyu Chatterjee: A Study of his Image and Symbols

- ... How worthless one’s upbringing’s been when it’s come to facing one’s own country . Ah well.’ ”20 The chapter ‘EFFICIENCY BAR’ also portrays Chatterjee’s visions and voices. Agastya’s day to day life has been hinted out here also through the minute description and the linguistic efficacy for which Chatterjee is well known. The chapter started with the month October and Agastya’s camp-office has been ‘showed vividly’:– “The following October. Early in his career, while examining the junk in the official pen tray on one of the desks, Agastya had come across an ear-cleaning pen....   [tags: semiology, literary analysis]

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Gastroesophageal Reflux is Normal for Infants, Children, and Adults

- ... It is estimated that 30%-90% of asmatics have GERD. Barrett's oesophagus, which affects fewer than 1% of adults is commonly associated with GERD. (Cash, 2011, pp. 200). Predisposing Factors to GERD include: a) Obesity b) Consuming large meals c) Pregnancy d) Emotional stress e) Immature sphincter in newbornincreased abdominal pressure from tight clothes, staining to lift or defecate or swallowing air f) Ingesting drugs and foods that promote LES relaxation: • Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory agents (NSAIDS) • Benzodiazepines • Calcium channel blockers • Theophylline • Nitrates • Anticholinergics • Alcohol • Chocolate and peppermint h) Smoking: increases stomach acid and LES pressure...   [tags: esophagus, heartburn, symptoms]

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Contaminates on ATM Machines, Motorcycle Helmets, and Public Toilets

- ... ATM machine should be cleaned properly, as they are operated by all sections of people frequently. If these are not cleaned properly, they become source of potentially pathogenic microorganisms in people (Reynolds, 2005). Research has shown that public toilets are vital components in creating sustainable, accessible, inclusive cities but they are breeding places for disease-causing bacteria (Greed, 2006). Sanitary conditions in public places have always been a major problem, especially rest rooms....   [tags: bacteria, ecosystems, health]

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Stem Cell Therapy Opens New Hope for Modern Treatment

- In order to discover the ways for the remedy of diseases, studies in therapeutic approaches have been doing widely and kept increasing at accelerated pace. A lot of research areas had emerged for that purpose including one of the most fascinating and highly active areas at present, stem cells therapies. Due to self-renewal property and differentiation capability of stem cell, it becomes a new hope in modern treatment. The first successful case of stem cell therapy in human was reported in 1959. Bone marrow restorations were observed in leukemia patients who received total body irradiation subsequent by intravenous injection of their twins’ bone marrow (Thomas et al, 1957)....   [tags: bone marrow, transplant, patients]

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Drug Safety in Pregnant Women and Their Babies

- Introduction Every woman when pregnant has a 3-5% chance of having a baby born with a birth defect and these chances increase when the developing fetus/embryo is exposed to teratogens whether it’s intentional or unintentional (Bethesda (MD), 2006). Teratogens may cause severe birth defects, malformations, or terminate the pregnancy altogether (Jancárková, & Gregor, 2000). The placenta is known to be an effective barrier from any harmful pathogen that may potentially harm the fetus. The timing of exposure of any teratogen is critical to the impact of prenatal development (Bethesda (MD), 2006)....   [tags: fetus, embryo, safety]

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RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCEDURE OF RJ CORP LTD

- INTRODUCTION COMPANY PROFILE RJ Corp. is a well-diversified Indian MNC, with business interests in soft beverages, breweries, real estate, hospitality, healthcare, education, dairy, food service and retail, with an annual turnover of over 15 billion rupees. The first signs of economic liberalization signalled the entry of Pepsi into India in 1991 and with it started the journey of partnering Pepsi in their beverages business in India. In 1993 Devyani Beverages Ltd was set up to take the Pepsi bottling operations forward....   [tags: ]

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Immediate Diagnosis of Spinal Epidural Abscess is Necessary

- INTRODUCTION Spinal epidural abscess is a rare and debilitating illness that requires prompt recognition to prevent unfavorable outcomes. Despite increased awareness of the disease and improved imaging methods, spinal epidural abscess remains a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge; as a result, morbidity and mortality remain high. Optimal management for spinal epidural abscess requires early intervention and coordination with a multidisciplinary team involving emergency medicine physicians, internists, infectious disease specialists, radiologists, and spinal surgeons....   [tags: surgeon, pathogenesis, bacteria]

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Eating Blood And Its Effects On The Body

- Why do many people entertain unnatural foods when we are natural humans. Humans are equipped to certain diets, meaning what may seem like the right things to eat aren’t necessarily right. Humans intake one of three things blood, dairy or starch. Bloods meaning meats anything that was killed and processed. Many people feel that eating meat is their source of protein and many are right, however to much blood intake can cause sickness and cancerous ailments. Eating blood on a consistent basic weakens the immune system and causes the body to become acidic....   [tags: Nutrition, Carbohydrate, Digestion, Meat]

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The Functional Significance of Protein Sequence Signatures

- Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) binding cassette (ABC) transporters are transmembrane proteins which function to transport many substrates across membranes and ensure the fidelity of transcription and translation in an ATP dependent manner (Jones & George, 2004). These transporters can carry out their functions as there are information contained within molecular sequences that define their roles. Such information are usually in the form of motifs and are located at certain regions of their respective molecular sequences known as domains....   [tags: Nucleotide Binding Domains, ATP Binding Cassette]

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Teratogens and Their Effects on Fetus Development

- Every woman when pregnant has a 3-5% chance of having a baby born with a birth defect, and these chances increase when the developing fetus/ embryos are exposed to teratogens, whether it’s intentional or unintentional (Bethesda (MD), 2006). Teratogens can cause severe birth defects, malformations, or terminate the pregnancy altogether (Jancárková, & Gregor, 2000). The placenta is known as an effective barrier from any detrimental pathogen that can potentially hurt the fetus. The timing of exposure of any teratogen is critical to the impact of prenatal development (Bethesda (MD), 2006)....   [tags: Pregnancy, Fetus]

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Roland David Smith : An Amazing Artist

- Roland David Smith was born on March 9, 1906 in Decatur, Indiana (David Smith, Chronology); however he decided to drop his first name Roland, and instead went by his middle name David. At times he would write his name David R. Smith on a few of his artworks (David Smith, Phaidon). Nevertheless, whatever name he decided to go by, David Smith turned out to be an amazing artist who was viewed as a highly innovative sculptor (Honolulu). As a new artist, Smith was the first to invent art using welding as a technique....   [tags: Sculpture, Art, Abstract expressionism]

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Infection Is The Establishment Of A Pathogen

- Infection is the establishment of a pathogen in its host after invasion. Also is state produced by the establishment of an infective agent in or on a suitable host and this germ or pathogen is referred to as a parasitic organism. They are with the host in in anticipation of feeding on them. Infection is the process in which bacteria, viruses, and parasites invaded and multiply in the body. These foreign object are not normally visible within the body. An infection may cause no symptoms and be subclinical or it may cause symptoms and be clinically apparent....   [tags: Bacteria, Immune system, Common cold, Infection]

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Diagnosis Of T1d And Other Autoimmune Diseases

- equally affected. T1D is highest among non-Hispanic whites, intermediate in African Americans and Hispanics and low in American Indians and Asian pacific islanders. All of these factors contribute to the prevalence of T1D. Diagnosis of T1D By the time T1D is diagnosed, the pancreatic beta cells have lost much of their function. Symptoms in the pediatric population include polyuria, weight loss, polydipsia, and short-term fatigue. Polyphagia is not present in some cases because ketosis often causes anorexia in children....   [tags: Diabetes mellitus, Insulin, Blood sugar, Diabetes]

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The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ( Hiv )

- The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is a major health concern in society. It is an infection that targets the immune and nervous system, and can be transmitted in several different ways. This includes through the sharing of needles, and transmission at birth. However, the most common route of transmission is through sexual intercourse. If not tested, individuals may live for years with the infection. They may experience no symptoms or develop an acute flu like sickness. Living with HIV for 10-15 years transforms into acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS)....   [tags: AIDS, Immune system, HIV, Antiretroviral drug]

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The Human Immunodeficiency Virus ( Aids )

- A communicable disease is an illness that survives through the contact of microorganisms. Certain food products, animals, and humans area all carriers that can pass on infectious diseases from one multitude to another. The exchange of fluids is the most common way for a disease to spread from one individual to another. The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and Acquired immunodeficiency virus (AIDS) has become one of the more prevalent communicable diseases in America. The death rates are not as high as in the late 1900’s; there are still many people living with this disease and thousands who die each year....   [tags: HIV, AIDS, Infectious disease, Immune system]

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Effects Of Coconut Oil On Our Health

- Coconut oil is among the few foods that have been classified as super foods. This is because it has a unique combination of fatty acids which can have profound positive effects on our health. Research has proven that intake of Coconut oil is beneficial to our health as it can help our bodies increase resistance to both bacteria and viruses that can cause illness. It is very effective in fighting off Candida, yeast, and fungus. It has a positive affect our hormones for blood-sugar and thyroid control....   [tags: Nutrition, Fatty acid, Saturated fat, Trans fat]

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Fibromyalgia - Causes, Symptoms and Diagnosis

- What Is Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia (FM) is a “musculoskeletal disorder” with extreme sensitization of central nervous system (connecting brain and spinal cord) which sends amplified pain signals to the body. People with Fibromyalgia have over sensitized central nervous system affecting all the senses of the body. Harsh light, loud sounds, eating spicy foods, inhaling heavy perfumes or vapors, or even a light touch of hand can be extremely painful. The pain is at its highest or severe upon waking in morning and gradually reduces as the day progresses....   [tags: Medicine]

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Preventing Infections in a Hospital Environment

- The responsibility of preventing hospital acquired infections does not solely rest upon the feet of the nursing staff. The effort must be a team effort that includes all of the personnel at a facility. During clinical rotations at Bartow Regional Hospital, Galen students noted on multiple occasions while rotating through the Emergency Department that the rooms were not cleaned by Environmental Services, but the nurses and/or technicians that work in the ER. The staff wiped down the beds and changed the sheets, so the rooms would be ready for the next round of patients who cycled through....   [tags: nurse, clean, facility]

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The Physicochemical Properties of Miconazole Nitrate

- The aims of this study were to measure the physicochemical properties of miconazole nitrate (MCZ : a brand-name (MCZ-A) and three generic (MCZ-B, -C, and -D)) creams, to conduct human sensory testing of those creams. The flattening, viscoelasticity, and water content of each cream were measured and each cream was subjected to near-infrared (NIR) absorption spectroscopy and sensory testing. The yield value was calculated based on measured flattening and was 734.8 dynes/cm2 for MCZ-A, 1198.9 dynes/cm2 for MCZ-B, 461.3 dynes/cm2 for MCZ-C, and 3112.3 dynes/cm2 for MCZ-D....   [tags: creams, viscosity, sensory]

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Benefits Of Coconut Oil For Health

- In recent years, studies have clearly indicated the benefits of coconut oil for health. From boosting the immune system, fighting inflammation, reducing the risk of diabetes and treating myriad skin issues, to name only a few of the benefits, coconut oil seems almost like a miracle. Well, you can add oral hygiene to coconut oil’s growing list of benefits. What is Oil Pulling and How Does it Work. Used primarily in Ayurvedic medicine, oil pulling is a terrific way to clean teeth and strengthen gums, all by swishing a tablespoon of oil (typically coconut oil, sesame or olive oil) in your mouth for 15-20 minutes....   [tags: Oral hygiene, Dental caries, Tooth enamel]

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Natural And Medical Treatments For Cancer

- Title: Natural And Medical Treatments For Cancer Meta: A cancer diagnosis can be devastating, but combining Natural And Medical Treatments For Cancer may help. Treating cancer can heal other areas of your life. Natural And Medical Treatments For Cancer Your body 's cells are growing uncontrollably, ignoring genetic signals to stop. Natural And Medical Treatments For Cancer may stop that growth. Discover Natural And Medical Treatments For Cancer Cancer conjures images of chemo caps, nausea and cures seeming worse than the disease they treat....   [tags: Cancer, Oncology, Chemotherapy, Cancer staging]

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The Resurrection Argument By Sean Mcdowell

- Resurrection Argument In the previous two posts, we have gone over the importance of the apostles ' martyrdom for the resurrection argument, as well as a summary of Sean McDowell 's findings concerning their martyrdom. Now the question arises, is this evidence enough. The short answer is, yes. All the resurrection argument requires is that some apostles who claimed to have experiences of the resurrected Jesus were martyred for their faith. The idea is that if the apostles had invented the story of the resurrection they wouldn 't be willing to die for it....   [tags: Christianity, Jesus, Resurrection of Jesus]

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The Management of Wound Healing

- The management of wound healing in various health care settings can vary according to what treatment is performed, in our scenario a patient has come to us in regards to a complication that has occurred after a resurfacing procedure. This essay will discuss the procedure that has occurred and the issues and implications surrounding the procedure in terms of infection control. How the wound was created and what should have occurred during the repair process and what isn’t expected to occur. Possible causes of delayed wound healing will also be looked at and how we expect to manage in this situation, we will also discuss how we could prevent this from reoccurring....   [tags: Health, Treatment]

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The Increase of Drug-Resistant Microbes

- The increase of drug-resistant microbes in the last two decades is fighting against current efforts to battle infectious diseases. By being more resistive to current medication, sicknesses which used to be considered under control are becoming new threats which also make other incurable diseases far more dangerous: TB, pneumonia, malaria, cholera and HIV. Even though antibiotic resistance affects both industrialized and developing countries, its effect is far worse on developing countries. The problem is that the price gap between cheap first line medications and second line medication is vast which means that a large part of the population don’t have access to original medications....   [tags: Diseases, SuperBugs]

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The Love And Lyrical Poetry

- Wyatt’s poetry has often been praised for its elegant style and intricate rhythm, his genius being described as a moral and didactic species. His love and lyrical poetry are described in the twentieth century as anticipating the metaphysical poets that would follow him in literary tradition. A significant amount of Wyatt’s poetry, particularly his sonnets, was adapted through translations of the Italian poet Petrarch’s work. However, despite taking the majority of his subject matter from Petrarch, he made substantial departures from his ‘source’ in his rhyme scheme and discussion of emotions and the female form....   [tags: Love, Poetry, Sonnet, Courtly love]

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Hand Hygiene And Hand Care

- “Hand Hygiene and Hand Care in RDH” This article overall purpose is to inform the importance of knowledge and practice of effective hand hygiene and hand care to prevent or reduce cross-contamination from healthcare personnel to patients (HCP). As the article’s author expressed at the introduction “ Healthcare-acquired infections are a major source of illness and death in hospitalized patients, and approximately 20%-40% of these infections are a result of cross-infection via the hands of healthcare personnel” (Eve Cuny 1) Healthcare-acquired infections are by history one of the main causes of death in hospital and healthcare settings, there are many known and investigated causes but the root...   [tags: Hygiene, Antiseptic, Hand washing]

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Under The Influence

- In the first volume of the trilogy, Celestine, there were many positive and negative influences in the life of Celestine. The Indian Department discouraged Celestine in many ways. Father Victor Gaudet also played an important role in her life. Lastly, Celestine faced struggles with her family at home. Some of the positive and negative influences in Celestine's life were the discouragement of the Indian Department, Father Victor Gaudet, and her struggles at home. Celestine had many conflicts at the Laing Center....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Healthy Mouth, Happy Mouth

- The oral cavity is home to a great variety of primitive organisms. It is the gateway to two of the most imperative body systems, the gastrointestinal and the respiratory systems. The oral cavity is the drainage to secretory glands called the salivary glands of which there is between 600-1000 small glands located throughout the mouth. They are exocrine glands that release their secretions through tiny ducts that open into the mouth. There are three major pairs of salivary glands however that contribute the most to the oral secretion and these are; the parotid gland, which is the largest and it is located at the back of the jaw, the submandibular gland, located in the lower jaw, and the sublin...   [tags: oral cavity, saliva, medicine, dental health]

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Epididymitis: A Real Pain

- Introduction The medical condition epididymitis is the inflammation of the epididymis, the tube that connects the testicle with the vas deferens (Dugdale). The epididymis carries sperm from the testis and stores mature sperm (Roiger). An inflamed epididymis is an acutely painful condition. “Epididymitis is most common in young men ages 19 - 35. It is a major cause of hospital admissions in the military” (Dugdale). Disease Process and Etiology Epididymitis is typically caused by the spread of a bacterial infection from the urethra, prostate, or bladder (Dugdale)....   [tags: health, infections, uretra]

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Colloidal Silver Nutritional Supplements

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Virus, Bacteria, And Fungi

- What are some common pathogens that cause head, eyes, ears, nose, and throat (HEENT) infections. The common pathogens that are responsible for HEENT includes virus, bacteria,and fungi (Waitzman, 2014 para 1) Viral agents (Burns, Dunn, Brady, Starr, & Blosser, 2013, para 2 ). Influenza A, B parainfluenza adenovirus coronavirus rhinovirus human papillomavirus cytomegalovirus varicella-zoster virus herpes simplex virus respiratory syncytial virus coxsackievirus Bacterial agents: (Waitzman, 2014 para 1) β-hemolytic streptococcus, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Haemophilus influenzae, tuberculosis (TB), leprosy, Moraxella catarrhalis, Mycoplasma pneumoniae, Chlamydophila pneumoniae...   [tags: Antibiotic resistance, Bacteria, Antibiotic]

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- Light and Dark in Heart of Darkness        Joseph Conrad's repeated use of darkness in his novel Heart of Darkness has been widely interpreted. Readers have arrived at many different conclusions about the use of darkness throughout the novel. The critics themselves cannot agree what the darkness means.         The critics draw different conclusions about the use of darkness. For some critics, the use of darkness is seen as an intentional literary device. For example, Gary Adelman and Michael Levenson discuss the use of darkness and comment upon Conrad's purpose....   [tags: Heart Darkness essays]

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Theme of Colonialism and Imperialism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness

- The Theme of Imperialism in Heart of Darkness     Of the themes in Conrad's Heart of Darkness, imperialism and colonialism are probably the most important. While Heart of Darkness is actually set on the Thames River, the events Marlow describes are set on the Congo River. "The Congo is the river that brought about the partition of Africa that occurred from 1880 to 1890" (McLynn 13). This event marked the beginning of the colonization of Africa. In 1884, European nations held a conference and decided that every European country should have free access to the interior of Africa....   [tags: Heart Darkness essays]

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Stem Cell Therapy

- In order to discover the ways for the remedy of diseases, studies in therapeutic approaches have been doing widely and kept increasing at accelerated pace. A lot of research areas had emerged for that purpose including one of the most fascinating and highly active areas at present, stem cells therapies. Due to self-renewal property and differentiation capability of stem cell, it becomes a new hope in modern treatment. The first successful case of stem cell therapy in human was reported in 1959. Bone marrow restorations were observed in leukemia patients who received total body irradiation subsequent by intravenous injection of their twins’ bone marrow (Thomas et al, 1957)....   [tags: Stem Cell Research, Argumentative, Scientific]

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Insomnia: The Sleeplessness

- Insomnia – The Sleeplessness It has been observed that many of us suffer from sleeping problems and the number could be as high as 30% of the entire population. Are sleeping pills reliable. Drugs in most of the cases do not necessarily help you in getting sleep. There are many other options. Some portion of this article might give you helpful insight to the problems related to sleeplessness and frequently waking up from the sleep. At times it is amusing to see many of us resorting to various options to get sleep, instead we should be focussing primarily at simple steps like going to bed when our mind and body are really tired, and if sleeplessness is a regular phenomenon, then we must stay...   [tags: sleep, pills, food, self-control]

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Speech: Spay Your Cat

- Speech: Spay Your Cat 1. Did you know that every un-spayed female cat and her offspring might produce up to 420,000 kittens over a seven-year period. 2. Today, you will realize the effect un-spayed cats can have on increasing the number of the stray feline population. 3. Almost everyone has a stray cat roaming the neighborhood, and should be concerned. Stray cats can spread diseases, and are a menace to society. In order to keep our neighborhoods clean and safe; everyone needs to address this issue....   [tags: Papers]

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Mary Tyler Moore

- Who can turn the world on with her smile. One person stands out. A TV legend and an American icon: Mary Tyler Moore. Mary was born in Flatbush on December 29, 1973 to Irish-Catholic parents. Mary's family was neither rich nor poor. As a child, she attended St. Rose de Lima Parochial School. Her family moved to Los Angeles when she was only ten years old. When she became older, she became a popular actress. Through the years, Mary Tyler Moore has remained as popular as ever. With recent movies such as "Flirting With Disaster" and "Payback"....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Life in the Plantations: The Runaways and the Underground Railroad

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Analysis Of The Movie ' Django Unchained '

- Intro: For this particular assignment I have chosen the movie Django Unchained, which is a fantastic movie and I recommend it to anyone who has not yet seen it. I chose the movie Django Unchained because I believe that it exhibits the sociological theories we have covered in many different ways; and I believe that every person would apply these specific sociological theories in their own ways. The two sociological theories that I plan to apply to the movie Djano Unchained are, social conflict theory and symbolic interaction theory....   [tags: Slavery in the United States, Slavery, Racism]

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The Cultural Appropriation Of The Black Culture

- Analytical Outline hooks applies the term “cultural appropriation” to the way in which minorities are treated in our society. She explains that this appropriation of the black culture by the white is to seduce marginalized groups and make them feel as recognized as the dominant culture in terms of its accomplishments’ acknowledgement. This takes place mainly due to all the segregation in which black people passed through in the past, so the dominant culture tries to pass an image of reconciliation and equality (hooks 26)....   [tags: White people, Black people, Race]

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Population Growth Of Yeast And Effects Of Various Substrates On This Population Growth

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The Rape of Proserpina and Eve's Fall in Milton's Paradise Lost

- The Rape of Proserpina and Eve's Fall in Milton's Paradise Lost "She pluck'd, she eat" (PL IX.781). With these four monosyllables, Milton succinctly announces the Fall of Eve in Paradise Lost. Eve's Fall, however, is far more complex than a simple act of eating, for her disobedience represents a much greater loss of chastity. Indeed, Milton implies that the Fall is a violation not only of God's sole commandment but also of Eve herself, for Milton implicitly equates Dis's ravishment of Proserpina with Satan's seduction of Eve....   [tags: Paradise Lost Essays]

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Animal Images in Taming of the Shrew

- Animal Images in The Taming of the Shrew Many authors, from Orwell in his famous satirical novel Animal Farm to Shaw in his play Candida, have used images of animals to convey character's or, perhaps more accurately, man's internal ideas, aspirations, goals, and actions. In the same way, William Shakespeare, in his comedy The Taming of the Shrew, uses animal references and images to, mostly, provide insight into the complicated balance created in and through the relationship of Petruccio and Katherine....   [tags: Taming of the Shrew Essays]

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The Effect of Food on Humans

- The Effect of Food on Humans 'You are what you eat.'[1] The food we consume determines our physical and psychological health. The muscles in the body, and the blood flowing through the veins, are all supplied by the food that we consume. These foods also have an effect on the way the brain functions, and an effect on the body's performance. People might say they are hungry and genuinely believe it when in fact they are feeling sad. This is due to the lack of neuro- chemicals in the brain which carry messages and control nerve impulses....   [tags: Papers]

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Incongruent Historical Films: Inglourious Basterds

- Often a film's worth goes beyond what it explicitly discusses, as a films' narrative's nuances and subtleties can communicate more value to the audience than what his clearly stated. This is especially pertinent in historically inaccurate films. Quentin Tarantino's latest two films, Inglourious Basterds (2009) and Django Unchained (2012), are set in a historical time period, but despite this background these are not history films. Both films are brimming with anachronisms and historical inaccuracies, as many similar films are....   [tags: quentin tarino, django unchained]

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Fashion: Following the Coolest Trends

- ... For example, shorts fit best in the summer and spring. Leggings would fit best in the fall and winter. There are many types of leggings. Multicolored leggings are like printed, with flowers and any other kind of design. One strange fact about jeans is that it even has a birthday it’s on May 20th. Skinny pants and sweatpants are in fashion right now, as you can see I wear skinny jeans almost everyday. Pajamas are the softest, don’t you agree. In my opinion pajamas are the best type of pants to wear....   [tags: change, style, clothing, accessories, shoes]

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Canada between the Wars 1919-1939

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Pop Culture Icons

- Pop Culture Icons Have you ever looked at pop culture icons and wondered why certain celebrities appear in ads. Especially when the person has no apparent relationship with the product being sold in the ad. It seems like there is some mysterious force that attracts companies to recruit these stars to be in their ads. What most people do not realize is that these ads try to entice younger viewers into looking at them by displaying pop figures who are popular and controversial. These companies look to get any celebrity that is popular and notorious for controversy into their advertisements just so that young people will recognize it....   [tags: Papers]

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George Brenard Shaw

- On the night of July 26th, 1856 one of the greatest playwrights in history, George Bernard Shaw, was born. George’s mother, Lucinda Elizabeth Gurly, was an aristocrat, while his father, George Gurly, was a poor alcoholic. Shaw had two sisters, Elinour Agness, who died of tuberculosis at age 20, and Lucinda Frances who died of starvation at age 40. Both were spinsters and had no children. In Dublin the theatre was the only thing that actually interested, and had something to offer to Shaw. George also went to many schools while living in Dublin, including the Wesleyan Connexional School, but said he learned little from schools and was self-educated....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Cruda Amarilli

- Cruda Amarilli      The madrigal is a distinctive type of secular song that originated in Italy. It was an aristocratic form of poetry and music that flourished at small Italian courts. In the piece, Cruda Amarilli, Monteverdi uses many musical devices that are typical of a madrigal. The lyrics in this song are repeated, the music accompanies the text in interesting ways, and there is a wide range of vocal notes. After listening to the piece just once you can immediately feel the unrequited love Monteverdi is displaying through his words and music....   [tags: Monteverdi Renaissance essays research papers]

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Computer-Based Training

- Computer-Based Training Computer-based training can be found in almost all segments of business and education today. "Virtually every major corporation has turned to computer-based training for teaching employees everything from company regulations, to compliance, to factory operations (Rothfeder 1998) Candice Harp (1998) adds that "Corporate spending for training has risen to over $40 billion each year and a recent survey of Fortune 500 companies found that in some industries, companies dedicate as much as 5 percent of their information system budgets to training" (Harp, Taylor et al....   [tags: Business Essays]

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Grunge Culture

- Grunge Culture Skaters. They are the typical representation of the grunge culture of the ‘90s. Extremely wide pants, pockets that go to the back of their knees, extravagant piercings, intricate tattoos, and twenty-fourth century hair dos are just part of the looks that these so called “grungy people” are made of. Or at least they were when the grunge phenomenon started. With the death of Kurt Cobain, lead singer of Nirvana, the grunge movement seems to have slowed down and even—as some say—disappeared from the main stream pop culture....   [tags: Cultural Skater Grungy Essays]

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Postpartum Depression

- “Postpartum depression (PPD) is a major form of depression and is less common than postpartum blues. PPD includes all the symptoms of depression but occurs only following childbirth.” stated by William Beardslee, MD is the Academic Chairman of the Department of Psychiatry at Children’s Hospital in Boston and Gardner Monks Professor of Child Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. After reviewing and seeing what many mothers and young teenage mothers go through on what seems like an everyday basis one starts to wonder what really goes on behind closed doors with these mothers....   [tags: smoking, teen mother]

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Tattoos

- Tattoos The human body is the last artistic territory. Many individuals utilizing their own bodies as the artistic medium create visible bodily expressions of their inner selves. “Bod-mod” is the growing revival of highly visual, primitive body modification practices such as branding, scarification, multiple piercing, and tattooing. Body modification can be implemented to signify various stages of life. John Moore, a 25-year-old computer scientist, was tattooed after he received his Bachelors of Science degree from Texas A&M University....   [tags: Papers]

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HIV

- The HIV virus is a complex mix of various epidemics within several countries and regions of the world. It is unquestionably the most crucial public-health crisis of our time. Research has extended our understanding of how the virus reproduces, controls, and hides in a contaminated person. Even though our perception of pathogenesis and transmission of the virus has become more refined and prevention options have lengthened, a cure or protective vaccine remains intangible. In 1981, The New York Times published a detailed article about an outbreak of an unusual form of cancer among gay men in New York and California....   [tags: Health, Diseases, AIDS]

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Meningitis

- In nineteenth century Geneva, a family came down with a strange disease— one that had never previously been diagnosed. In a short time, many people in their town were infected and thirty-three people were left dead. This strange disease was later determined to be meningitis. In 1806, the United States saw its first outbreak of meningitis in Massachusetts. It was not until 1887, however, that Professor Anton Weichselbaum was able to determine a cause of meningitis: a bacterium called Neisseria meningitides....   [tags: Health, Diseases]

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Chitosan

- Chitosan What is Chitosan. Chitosan is a “modified carbohydrate polymer derived from the chitin component of the shells of crustacean, such as crab, shrimp, and cuttlefish.” The chitin is “deproteinized, demineralized and de-acetylated” (Razdan, A., and Pettersson, D 1996, 387). It is a dietary fiber, meaning that it cannot be digested by the digestive enzymes of a person (Razdan, A., and Pettersson, D. 1996). Chitosan is composed of a NH4+ (ammonium) group attached to a polyglucosamine chain....   [tags: Weight Loss Drugs Health Essays]

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