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Chemistry of Taste and Smell

- The human body does amazing things on a daily basis. All the senses that the body uses consists of nerves, neurotransmitters and the brain decodes the messages that was received. Smell is the passing of odorants through the nose, received by the olfactory cells, and are sent directly to the brain. Taste is the weakest of the five senses but it is the sensory function of the central nervous system( The Science of Taste and Smell). We taste and smell things every day but little do most people know that these two senses work together to make life even more satisfactory....   [tags: Chemistry Essays]

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Outline Of The Digestive System

- Overview of the Digestive System The purpose of the digestive system is to hydrolyze macromolecules to their smallest subunits. The organs of the digestive system are located within the GI tract. The digestive track is made up of a series of hollow organs joined in a long, twisting tube from the mouth to the anus. The process of digestion requires ingestion, digestion, movement, absorption, and elimination. All parts of the tract have four layers. These layers surround the lumen, or interior space of the GI tract....   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Digestive system]

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Treatments And Treatment Of Cancer

- In the past few decades, cancer has become a part of everyday life in Western culture. The most well known and effective treatment is Chemotherapy. This form of treatment is essentially a chemical treatment. It was first used in the 1940’s by use of nitrogen mustard. The treatment has evolved since then and now makes use of other treatments and medicines. Chemotherapy is used to target the cancer cell and kill it. It controls, shrinks and manages tumours. There are over 100 drugs within the chemotherapy treatment....   [tags: Cancer, Chemotherapy, Oncology, Breast cancer]

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Descriptive Essay - Original Writing

- his mouth brushing over her skin, laving her beautiful skin. He wanted to lose himself in her so badly it was becoming an aching need. Her hands tightened into fists against his chest as she slowly woke. He heard her heartbeat race for a moment, her breath stopping but heh sensed it wasn 't from his sensual arousal pressing against her. It was the fear of Micheal, still present in her mind from when he put her to sleep. "It 's okay baby girl " he whispered in her ear, nuzzling the heating skin of her neck....   [tags: 2007 singles, 2006 singles, 2005 singles]

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Concussions in Hockey

- Millions of people are registered throughout North America for participation in Canada’s national sport and pastime, ice hockey. Most young hockey players have the dream of making it to the National Hockey League (NHL). Because of this incentive to keep striving towards their ultimate goal in their hockey career, they idolize the players in the NHL. Therefore, youth players may obtain certain habits from the elite, whether those habits are good or bad. Some cases are of bad influences, such as young players obtaining the dirty playing habits of the professionals....   [tags: Sports Medicine ]

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Understanding Consumer's Behavior

- 1. Executive summary This report aims to provide a mix review of theories and personal case study. I will apply two consumer behaviour theories in relation to my own purchase decisions. For the introduction, brief information regarding my purchase and the travel and tourism industry is presented. It was then followed by the explanation of the 2 chosen theories from two different chapters. Furthermore, I will explain the application of theory relating to me and my purchase. I will also review the marketing activity of the organization where I purchased from....   [tags: theories, purchases, human needs]

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The Digestive System

- The Digestive system is a group of hollow and solid organs working together to convert food into energy and basic nutrients to feed the entire body. These nutrients are used for energy, growth and cell repair. Once the food enters the mouth it passes through a long tube inside the body which has many names such as the alimentary canal, the gastrointestinal tract also known as the GI tract or the digestive tract. The process starts at the mouth and ends at the anus. The hollow organs that make up the GI tract are the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine which includes the rectum and anus....   [tags: Digestion, Digestive system, Stomach, Abdomen]

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The Digestive System

- The overall purpose of the digestive system The digestive system has of a chain of linked organs that work with each other to digest, and break down food into molecules that are put in the circulatory system. Then takes them to the body’s tissues. The most important structures in the digestive system are the tongue, mouth, intestines, esophagus, stomach, and anus. The liver, gallbladder, and pancreas are with the digestive system also. How does the digestive system function Food comes in the mouth, and chewing and saliva start to break it up and make it smaller to swallow....   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Digestive system]

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Problems Encountered When Feed

- There are four problems that may occur in individuals with sever disabilities when feeding is taking place. These four problems, chin retraction, tongue retraction, chin thrust, and tongue thrust, all take place in the dental region of the face, and they all involve the muscles of that same region. Each one presents its own difficulties; however, sometimes the may occur simultaneously. The basis for the inner feeding team is the jaw, or chin. It controls and regulates the movements of the other muscles, (including the lips and tongue)....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Meth the killer drug

- Meth the killer drug “Meth is a very strong drug that attacks the central nervous system stimulant.” “The drug works directly on the brain and spinal cord by interfering with normal neurotransmission (“HOW METH DESTROYS.” 1) Meth is also potent an easy to make only thing you need is a few boxes of cold and asthma medications containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine, red phosphorous, hydrochloric acid, drain cleaner, battery acid, lye, lantern fuel, and antifreeze are among the ingredients most commonly used....   [tags: Drug Abuse, Psychotic Behaviors, Brain Damage]

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Cleft Lip and Palate

- Cleft Lip and Palate Children across the world are born with some type of cleft, whether it is lip or palate. The number of surgeons repairing clefts has increased in the past decade, providing services for those in India with clefts. According to WebMD, it can be more common on some ethnicities, like Asian, Latino or Native American descent, than others, but it is less common in those with African American descent (WebMD). Cultures see it different ways too. According to Olivia Linderoth of Operation Smiles, in Rwanda, a baby, Challone, was born with a cleft lip....   [tags: Surgery, Communication, Cleft Lip]

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Healthy Teeth, Healthy Life

- Excellent oral health includes keeping teeth healthy and looking their best (Dr.Roma M MDS – Conservative Dentistry & Endodontics KMC Hospital). This can be achieved by following the correct techniques, following a dentist’s orders, and plenty of other important rules (Edwards). Maintaining healthy teeth by following proper oral care comes with benefits for a lifetime such as a healthier mouth and prevention of oral problems. First impressions are hugely crucial and the best way to create a great first impression is to look clean and fresh....   [tags: oral health, dental hygene]

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Digestive Physiology in Humans

- I. Introduction The human digestive system consists of organs from the gastrointestinal tract, which is a tube that goes from the mouth to the anus. Either end of the mouth and the anus contain a lumen, which is open on each side for the external environment. Everything inside the lumen is considered to be external to the body. The organs that make up the GI tract consist of the mouth, stomach, pharynx, esophagus, large intestine, small intestine, and the anus. The human digestive system also consists of other organs that help with digestion, such as the salivary glands, teeth, liver, tongue, gallbladder, and the pancreas(Allen, Harper 2009).....   [tags: mechanical and chemical digestion]

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My Memorable Meal

- ... It has a strong citrus flavor. It also has a multi-purpose use like fragrance for tea, flavouring for food and it has a medicinal uses. The aroma of lemongrass takes the natural smell of the pig, and the citrus flavor enhance the flavor of the roasted pig. Scallion – is a young onions with a long, thin white base that has not yet developed into a bulb and long straight green stalks, it has a milder flavor than a mature onions, It has a slightly pungent flavor. The pungent flavor added taste to the roasted pig....   [tags: personal narrative]

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braces Suck!

- "Braces Suck!" One out of three children or teenagers will have to live, at one point, as a prisoner of their own dentist. Teenagers are faced with zit and acne wars during the stages of puberty and braces add additional torture to this already hellish time to both parent and child. A life with braces is far more embarrassing, painful, and expensive than living with buck-teeth, gaps, or overlapping teeth. Mental scars remain long after cuts and bloody sores in the mouth have healed....   [tags: essays research papers]

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H. Pylori and its Interactions with Humans in “An Endangered Species in the Stomach” by Martin J. Blaser

- In the article, “An Endangered Species in the Stomach” by Martin J. Blaser, he talks about a 60,000 year old bacterium living in the human stomach, named “Helicobacter pylori”. H. pylori was first isolated for investigation in 1982 by Barry J. Marshall and J. Robin Warren. Later researchers discovered that H. pylori was responsible for developing peptic ulcers, breaks in the lining of the stomach, or could also cause stomach cancer. For the past 100 years, there has been decrease in H. pylori bacteria in humans due to the widespread use of antibiotics and improved hygiene....   [tags: Endangered Species in the Stomach, Martin J. Blase]

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How the digestive, Cardiovascular and Respiratory System Help to Make the Human Body Work

- ... The food is then swallowed and the food travels the oesophagus to the stomach. While the food is in the stomach, enzymes and the stomach acid break it down into further smaller molecules. The digestive system also provides the cardiovascular system with nutrients and minerals. The cardiovascular system now absorbs the foods nutrients that have been broken down into smaller molecules to the blood. The nutrients that have been absorbed by the cardiovascular system circulated in your blood around the body....   [tags: blood, nutrients, oxygen]

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The Health Problems That Affect Children And Adults

- Have you ever thought about how much a child is in contact with the environment. For instance, think about how often children are crawling around on the ground, putting their fingers in their mouth, and putting objects in their mouth because they are curious as to what it tastes or feels like. As a parent, a child care provider, or a teacher, it is our job to provide a safe and healthy environment for children. We can do this by knowing the required sanitary procedures, the state polices for sick or injured adults, and the universal precaution procedures....   [tags: Hygiene, Cleanliness, Health care, The Child]

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Jems Journal: Chapter Summary

- Jem's Journal: Chapter Summary Dan Latham Chapter 4 - I think at times my sister, Scout can be disgusting. I came home from a long day at school. I found Scout on the porch chewing a wad of gum. I knew it was gum because she had it in her mouth for a long time and plus I could see it in her mouth. So just like any normal brother would do, I told her not to eat things you find and she said that she didn't find it on the ground but rather in a tree. I put an expression on my face that clearly communicated to her that I didn't think she was funny....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Swine Meat and Diseases

- Swine Meat and Diseases Many swine disease outbreaks occur every year and are most often related to a large number of pigs raised in the same area or facility continuously. Raising and producing a numerous amount of pigs can result in overcrowding which can then result in pigs who are disease carriers. These disease carriers can continue to infect and re-infect a swine producer’s herd. Without knowing or realizing that the hogs are infected the diseases can travel from swine farm to swine farm introducing new diseases into their swine herds which can produce more carriers....   [tags: Agriculture Farming Food Pigs Essays Papers]

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Oral Cancer

- Oral cancer is a devastating disease. Over eight thousand American lives are taken by oral cancer and only a fourth of these patients do not excessively drink alcohol or smoke tobacco, which are the two main causes of oral cancer (The Oral Cancer Foundation). Survival rates for oral cancer could be much higher if the population would take precautionary measures to reduce their chances of being diagnosed with oral cancer. When the use of alcohol and tobacco are decreased, the chances of acquiring oral cancer are also decreased....   [tags: Health ]

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The Necessity of Routine Dental Examinations

- ... Bacteria quickly multiply inside the mouth from food and beverage debris between teeth and near gum tissue. One of the best ways to remove debris is by flossing teeth each evening. A dentist can perform a tooth cleaning procedure or treat inflamed gums to reduce the incidence of halitosis. Teeth Whitening As people age, their teeth often develop discolorations from medications, smoking or food. Teeth whitening or bleaching procedures performed by a dentist are a highly effective way to improve the appearance of an individual’s smile....   [tags: oral health, teeth, gums]

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Horace Miner’s Body Ritual Among the Nacirema

- Horace Miner’s Body Ritual Among the Nacirema In Horace Miner’s article, “Body Ritual Among the Nacirema”, he talks about a tribe and describes their odd behavior. He tells about how the tribe performs these strange daily rituals and how their peculiarity is extreme, but in fact he is actually speaking of Americans as a whole (Miner). Miner uses this style of writing to more effectively prove his point: that Americans are ethnocentric. Miner does an exceptional job in disguising the Nacirema as Americans....   [tags: Horace Miner Body Ritual Among the Nacirema]

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Diversity in Animal Digestive Systems

- Objectives The purpose of this report is to make a description of the digestive tracts of pigs and sheep and also to explain briefly the process of digestion on ruminant and non-ruminant organisms. Furthermore there will be an analysis of the results that have been observed on the dissection practical. The report will be finalizing with a comparison between the digestive tract of pig and sheep. Introduction Digestion is the process that the food brake down into smaller components in order to be absorbed easier from an organism....   [tags: monogastic organisms, food, nutrients]

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Bad Table Manners

- Bad Table Manners The screeching sound of the utensils was scraping against the plate and the sound of the food in her mouth going squish, squish made me want to walk out of the restaurant. I didn’t allow my temper to get the best of me so I retained myself in my seat and sat there patiently for her to finish. Her name is Christine Amoco and she is my best friend. She’s tall, slender, pretty and has brunette hair. Although she is my best friend she irritates me with her poor table manners. Every time we go out to a restaurant we would be the center of attention....   [tags: Manners Personal Narrative Essays]

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How Nutrients Get in, and Wastes Out

- How Nutrients Get in, and Wastes Out. In a human being, nutrients are necessary for survival. But how are these nutrients obtained. This report will go into depth on how the food we eat gets into our cells, and how the waste products that we produce get out of the body. Also, the unicellular organism Paramecium will be compared with a human being, in terms of all of the above factors. Dietary Nutrients The chief nutrients in a diet are classified chemically in four groups: carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins (Which do not require digestion) and fats....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Transmission of Diseases from Livestock

- The Transmission of Diseases from Livestock The signs at the Philadelphia International Airport are bold and make a clear point. The bright, yellow billboards all but shout: "Keep Foot and Mouth Disease out of America." Soon after seeing these signs upon entrance to the airport, travelers are greeted by customs agents who check documentation and bags to insure that the traveler has not been prone to the disease on his journeys. Any traveler exhibiting the warning signs of an individual who carries the disease is quickly swept away- removed from the general populace in order to prevent possible spreading of the disease....   [tags: History Disease Health Medical Essays]

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Analysis Of Homer 's ' The Force Of Homer ' By F. Scott Fitzgerald

- The force that hits him is not quite unlike being hit with a brick out of nowhere, and the sheer, utter surprise of feeling anything so strongly shocks Haru out of his slumber. Someone’s in his well. He gives a deep sigh, relishing in opening his mouth and pushing a puff of air out of his mouth. He cracks his eye open. He’s confused and a little irritated. He doesn’t want to be bothered by anyone that isn’t his grandmother; the kid’s panicked cries are too loud. He tries to go back to sleep, but he can feel the boy’s clammy hands trying to cling to the smooth stonewell; hear his panicked cries and his desperate kicks....   [tags: Family, Grandparent, Grandma Moses, Eye color]

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The ' The Man Wonders Why He Isn 't Loving Every Second With Her

- The man wonders why he isn’t loving every second with her. This is exactly the situation he’d fantasized about—to be a beautiful woman’s plaything, to peer inside the mind of a woman and to discover and to feel and to become one with her innermost secret fantasies. Some things may be best left to the imagination, the man considers as the woman reaches back and pulls his hair, urging his tongue deeper in her asshole. The woman drops the knife on the tile floor. The man can hear her muffled moans grow louder as her fingernails dig into his thighs....   [tags: Fuck, Profanity, Cunt, 2004 albums]

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Digestive Enzymes And How They Work, And Under Which Conditions They Function Best

- The digestion lab experiment was conducted for the purpose of understanding digestive enzymes and how they work, and under which conditions they function best. Digestive enzymes are present in the body’s gastrointestinal system and mainly function to break down food into nutrients to be absorbed by the body (Oxford Journal, “The Effect of Enzymes on Digestion). The organs that secrete and/or make use of these digestive enzymes are the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, large intestine, liver, pancreas, and gallbladder....   [tags: Digestion, Stomach, Pancreas, Digestive system]

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The Oral Cavity Is The First Part Of The Digestive System

- The oral cavity is the first part of the digestive system, it is basically the mouth containing the teeth, the tongue, salivary glands, uvula, and the pharynx. When food enters the mouth it is welcomed by the teeth which immediately start the mechanical digestion that occurs in the mouth. The teeth work along with the tongue to turn the food into bolus (small rounded masses of chewed food). While the food is being chewed and moved around the salivary glands secrete saliva, which has the purpose of helping break down the food into simpler molecules and make it easier to be swallowed....   [tags: Digestion, Pancreas, Digestive system, Liver]

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Given New Alternative Methods, is Medication for ADHD Completely Necessary?

- ... According to WebMD, less severe, common side effects of Strattera include dry mouth, delay when starting to pass urine, incomplete or infrequent bowel movements, drowsiness, inducing of a relaxed easy state, chronic trouble sleeping, low energy, temporary redness of face and neck, loss of appetite, head pain, feel like throwing up, throwing up, and stomach cramps. WedMD also lists common more severe side effects such as inability to have an erection, painful periods, and cannot empty bladder; infrequent less severe side effects including, but not limited to blurred vision, indigestion, rash, and weight loss; and infrequent severe side effects including, but not limited to depression, diz...   [tags: behavioral conditions]

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The Digestive System Is Made Up Of The Gastrointestinal Tract

- The digestive system plays a key role in bodily function. The digestive system is made up of the gastrointestinal tract. The gastrointestinal tract is made up of hollow and solid organs. The hollow organs are the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, and large intestine (including rectum and anus). The solid organs involved in digestion are the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder. Once something infringes upon a healthy digestive system, like Crohn’s Disease, damage may occur to multiple different organs in this system....   [tags: Digestion, Small intestine, Stomach]

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What Does A New Years Celebration Look Like Your Family?

- What does a New Years celebration look like in your family. My family does all sorts of abnormal activities that a “normal” American family would do. On another note, most of my family is American yes, but they are all chomorran, meaning that they are all from Guam, an island on the outskirts of Japan. My family New Years usually consists of looking perfect for family, a mouth watering surf and turf with a vast dinner, and breathtaking fireworks at my grandparents’ house. To look perfect for my family, I usually start the day by waking up right when the bright yellow sun is shining over the pine trees into my room window right onto my pale white face....   [tags: Family, New Year, Jeans, Fireworks]

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The Human Body Breaks Down Carbohydrates And Sugar Into Glucose

- The human body breaks down carbohydrates and sugar into glucose. The pancreas release hormones call insulin into your blood stream, which provides glucose the fuel it needs to energize the body. Diabetes mellitus is chronic metabolic disease in which the body either does not produced enough insulin or it is unable to use the insulin it produce. When the cells are unable to absorb the glucose it builds up into the blood. This causes many complications due to the damage high concentrations of blood glucose can cause to the small blood vessels throughout your body....   [tags: Diabetes mellitus, Insulin, Blood sugar]

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The Supreme Liar, There Is Only One Type Of Moviegoer

- According to George Lucas, the supreme liar, there is only one type of moviegoer. As usual, George Lucas is incorrect. There are actually three types of moviegoers. They are the romance type, the comedy type, and the sci-fi type. The romance moviegoer has a polished appearance. For example, her mouth is wound in a small smile that uncovers a sliver of pearly white teeth. The perfectly straight teeth are partially obstructed by lips that are coated in an even, thin layer of pink lipstick. Furthermore, her shoes are a fashionable pair of brightly colored high heels....   [tags: Film, Movie theater, Popcorn, Shoe]

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Dental Hygienist: An Essential Piece in a Dental Office

- A dental hygienist is a very important role in any dental office. As stated by a dental assistant, “Dental hygienists work closely with the dentist as well as hands on with the patients. They assist dentists with operative procedures such as fillings and extractions, and making molds of patients teeth” (Wilson, Jennifer). A large part of their job is teaching patients proper dental care to ensure a lifetime of healthy teeth. This includes proper brushing and flossing techniques. According to the job out look, a day as a dental hygienist can include taking x-rays, cleaning and scaling teeth, charting treatment plans, putting sealants on teeth, taking impressions of teeth and completing inform...   [tags: assitants in operative procedures]

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The Kitchen as a Place of Creativity and Imagination

- The kitchen is a place of creativity and imagination. The most astounding things are created there from almost nothing. To other people, the kitchen might be an ordinary, common room in their house. However, to me, the kitchen provides me with a blank canvas that is waiting to be painted; it is the ideal place to unwind and relax. The sights, smells, and tastes of the kitchen make it my favorite place. Being in the kitchen, I instantly feel at home. The gleaming chrome refrigerator filled with all sorts of shapes and colors fills me with joy....   [tags: sights, smells and tastes]

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The Treatment of Bipolar Disorder or Schizophremia Symptoms: Aripiprozole

- ... On the other hand if you are given the oral solution ensure to shake the bottle and do not dilute with any other liquids or mix it with any other food. Do not use household spoons to measure, use special measuring cup. Orodispersible tablets are very fragile so it should be taken as soon as it is removed from the blister pack. Use the medication regularly to get optimum results. In the event a dose is missed, take it as soon as you remember. In case you remember the following day then skip the dose....   [tags: antipsychotic drugs, mental health, dementia]

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The Effects of Snuff Use on the Body’s Health

- ... It is used by putting a pinch between the cheek or the lower lip and the gum. It remains there while nicotine is slowly released and absorbed through the linking of the mouth. The second type is dry and it comes in a fine powder form that is inhaled directly into the nose and using this type of snuff makes the nicotine enters the bloodstream quickly (Magnuson, Eriksson, & Hardell, 1998). Many researchers have been trying to conduct research to investigate the effects of using snuff on the body....   [tags: moist and dry, cigarettes]

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Analysis Of George Orwell 's ' The Unicorn '

- They hadn 't gotten very far before Longflame began to show signs of distress, he began to have difficulty breathing and little curls of flame emanated sporadically from his mouth. Ernst called for a halt, he and George managed to get the dragon off of the unicorns back and onto the ground. “Keep his head pointed away from me,” Ernst said. “I don 't want him to accidentally burn me, he 's only semi-conscious. “ Ernst examined Longflame carefully, but could find no reason for the dragon 's sudden decline....   [tags: Debut albums, 2005 singles, 2008 singles]

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Analyzing Horace Miner 's Body Ritual Among The Body

- The goal of the anthropologist is to come to understand the beliefs and behaviours of the cultures around them, without judgement. When one scrutinizes Western rituals, we often have difficulty seeing the strangeness of our own culture. To understand those around us, we must first be able to understand ourselves. In this paper, I will attempt to critically summarize and analyze Horace Miner’s “Body Ritual among the Nacirema”. In “Body Ritual among the Nacirema”, Horace Miner (1956) revisits the rituals of a North American group, the Nacirema, as first described by Professor Linton in the early 1900s....   [tags: Culture, Western world, Western culture]

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What Can be Done to Help Prevent Concussions

- Concussions and the effect they have on people ranging from the young to the old has become a very popular discussion in recent years. Generally people watch sports for entertainment and then there are those who engage in high impact sports from a very young age on. The people at home know how fun playing in a sport is, however they may not know the brutal consequences for some participating in that sport. Injuries to the brain are a main concern among those in the world of high impact sports. Football, soccer, wrestling, lacrosse, and rugby are among sports that athletes receive injuries in....   [tags: Health Care]

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The Do's and Don't's of Brushing Your Teeth

- Squeaky Clean Running to the bathroom in little footy pajamas and crazy hair. Rushing just to go and brush your teeth before bed. For years we’ve all heard that we need to take care of our teeth. As a child the idea of losing all losing your teeth forever can be kind of scary. But really happens when we do not brush our teeth. What are the consequences. Are they really worth not taking those 15 minutes of our day to maintain some good oral hygiene. Tooth brushing has been around for a long time....   [tags: dental health and hygene]

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Toys are Fun, but They Can be Dangerous

- ... Part 2: The age group that I have chosen is 6 to 12 months. Laugh and learn nighttime puppy Description: This toy is for the ages of 3-36 month. The cuddle nighttime puppy helps baby learn about nighttime routine counting and colors. When the baby is playing with the nighttime puppy and presses the tummy the baby will learn daytime phrases. The nighttime puppy doesn't only teaches new phrases but also plays lullabies for 10 minutes and soothes the baby to sleep. This toy is a very comfortable because of a soft texture and best of all is machine washable once the sound box is removed....   [tags: puppy, wagon, ages]

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The Importance Of Oral Health And Dental Hygienist

- The ad below was intended to remind an audience of the importance of oral health and to see a dental hygienist. A dental hygiene facility may have created this advertisement in hopes of getting the attention of customers who usually do not go to the dentist. In a study conducted by the American Academy of Periodontology, men are twice as less likely to receive a regular routine check-up than women. With this information, it is obvious that this ad was directed toward males. This type of advertisement was most likely placed in an area where it could be seen by men, for example, a sports magazine or in a male restroom....   [tags: Woman, Female, Dental hygienist, Gender]

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Development Of The Patient Based On Developmental Theorists

- Growth and Development of the Patient Based on Developmental Theorists Freud’s Theory of Psychosexual Development Although a lot of Freudian theory has been altered throughout time to accommodate modern research, his theories on the importance of early life experiences, development, and the role of the unconscious are still widely referred to. One of Freud’s theories, the Psychosexual Stages of Development, focuses on human development proceeding through five stages that advance from infancy to adulthood (Halter, 2014, p....   [tags: Developmental psychology]

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Body Rituals Of The Black By Horace Miner

- In Body Rituals of the Nacirema, Horace Miner demonstrates through his study of the North American tribe Nacirema that “attitudes about the body” have a significant influence of human behavior within the people and can give a glimpse into some of the most extreme behaviours humans can reach. He argues that the beliefs and practices of the Nacirema, which have a sort of magical connotation, are so bizarre that members assume an extreme in human behavior is very easily within their community. The Nacirema, a North American tribe of people whose origins are ambiguously tracked to some place within the continent, are a people who practice rituals incessantly on the basis of the human body, perce...   [tags: Culture, Anthropology, Sociology]

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Symptom, Causes, Prevention, and Treatment of Gingivtis

- Gingivitis is a form of periodontal disease and is when the gums are inflamed. Periodontal disease is inflammation and infection that destroys the tissues of the gums in the teeth (MedlinePlus n. pag.). Gingivitis typically precedes periodontitis but it is important to understand that not all gingivitis progresses to periodontitis (“Gum Disease” n. pag.). Most of the time gingivitis is from not brushing and flossing which may cause medical disorders or the use of certain drugs. Gingivitis is a common disease in which the gums turn red, swollen, and bleeds....   [tags: Oral Health ]

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Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, and Treatment of Gingivtis

- Gingivitis is a type of periodontal disease and is when the gums are inflamed. The gums in the teeth destroy the tissues because of the inflammation and infection known as periodontal disease (MedlinePlus n. pag.). Gingivitis typically precedes periodontitis but it is important to understand that not all gingivitis progresses to periodontitis (“Gum Disease” n. pag.). Most of the time gingivitis is from not brushing and flossing which may lead to the use of certain drugs and source of medical disorders....   [tags: Oral Health ]

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Foods: Aroma and Testure in the Plate

- ‘Aroma and the texture in the glass, aroma and the texture on the plate – it comes as no surprise that the worlds of wine and food are so closely linked’ (Iland et al 2009, p. 194). The perception of food and wine pairing is to define the key food and wine elements that will either contrast or complement each other to make the combination harmonious. Every single person is a little different, both physically and psychologically (Szabo 2012). Senses, like smell or taste can vary from person to person, as well people have different experiences and opinions which foods and wines make a better combination....   [tags: good wine, good matching]

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Analyses of a Career as a Dentist

- Dentists are often thought of as people to be feared. Most people try to put off going to the dentist until their teeth hurt so much that they have no choice but to visit the feared dental office. Waiting for pain in the mouth or gums before visiting a dentist is one of the worst things a person can do. Paul J. Flaer, et al. observes, “Fear in approaching the dental visit may be generated by psychosocial factors such as history of bad experience(s) at the dentist and by the effect of poor representations of dental treatment in the media” (104)....   [tags: orthodontics, preventative dentistry, teeth]

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Sensorimotor and Pre-Operational Stages of Cognitive Development

- When a parent is knowledgeable about the stages of development their child goes through, they are better able to address the child’s needs, help them the child in their physical as well as cognitive development. help them to grow into healthy and successful adults, and to identify any needs they may have. In terms of childcare, when choosing the quality care their infant and toddler should receive, parents will know the right questions to ask when deciding on where to place their child and be able to discuss any problems or delays the toddler may have with the caretaker....   [tags: cognitive development, jean piaget's theory]

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Relationship between Orthodontic Treatment and Crohn’s Disease

- Crohn’s disease (CD) is an autoimmune disease that alters the gastrointestinal tract causing inflammation of the bowel that affects many Americans, with the number of diagnoses rising constantly. Orthodontic braces, worn by millions of Americans, are a type of dental treatment designed to straighten and align teeth for not only a beautiful smile but for a healthy mouth and jaw. A common link between CD and the application of braces are the occasional flare-up of canker sores. The scraping of braces against the skin in the mouth may cause irritation, resulting in the formation of canker sores....   [tags: braces, cankor sores]

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The Role Of Social Media / Networking

- Explore the role of Social media/networking in marketing Marketing is defined as ‘the activity, set of institutions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large’ (American Marketing Association July 2013). With the emergence of social media as an integral part of everyday life, marketing has also adapted to use this tool to gain their products wider recognition as they attempt to use this vast amount of information to their own benefit....   [tags: Marketing, Social media, Advertising, Twitter]

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The Effects Of Tobacco On The Body

- IV. Many people believe that the use of E-cigs will help with their usage of smoking and even chewing. A. E- Cigs are believed to be healthier. B. They are not as harsh on the lungs. C. May lead to the actual use of tobacco. V. Conclusion Tobacco effects on the body Tobacco is a very harmful to a person’s body and can give someone long term bad health. If a person chooses to use tobacco then they should be aware of the risk and damage that they can do to their body. There are bad effects on the body with all forms of tobacco, no matter if smoked or chewed....   [tags: Tobacco, Nicotine, Tobacco smoking, Smoking]

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Positive And Negative Impacts Of Social Media

- In the past, the tourists were usually more influenced by the comments and opinions of friends and relatives; however, social media is taking place nowadays. The impact of social media tools for travelers and hoteliers has been paid highly attention since the presence of TripAdvisor. Because of the development of technology, social media has been widely adopted by travelers to search, plan, organize and share their travel stories and experiences by using the tools like Twitter, Facebook, TripAdvisor, YouTube and some other social network sites....   [tags: Hotel, Hotels, Hospitality industry, Marketing]

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Analysis Of ' A Picture Book '

- Picturebooks A picture book is a type of book format that contains text and images and the story is built based on the interactions between the text and images (Sipe, 1998). Picturebooks that focus on emotions provide emotionally charged images that are complemented by verbal statements. Emotions are nonverbal and language cannot explain emotions effectively. As a result, picturebooks provide unique opportunities for children to learn about emotions by having the images and the text (Nikolajeva, 2013)....   [tags: Emotion, Empathy, Feeling, Psychology]

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Analysis Of The Poem ' Perceval '

- “Perceval. Love?” A hand gently shook Perceval’s shoulder. He opened his eyes to find Joan standing above him, her brow furrowed, her expression full of concern. “You were groaning and thrashed around,” said Joan, “and I thought the pain might be returning. It’s best to stay on top of it and keep up with the tinctures. I want you to have some fennel and willow bark.” Perceval squeezed his eyes shut against the dim light. Even the slightest amount of brightness made the head pain worse. “Is it still daytime?” he asked....   [tags: 2006 singles, 2007 singles, 2005 singles]

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The Art Of Marketing For New Works

- The Art of Marketing for New Works: How do You Retain an Audience Without a Name. The American Marketing Association’s definition of marketing “is the activity, set of instructions, and processes for creating, communicating, delivering, and exchanging offerings that have value for customers, clients, partners, and society at large.” Marketing creates awareness of the product and a personal connection with the consumer. Marketing strives to achieve a match between the consumer and product or service in order to satisfy their needs or wants....   [tags: Marketing, Advertising, Marketing strategy]

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Death Of My Family - Original Writing

- November 21st, 1689. Just a couple of hours after the sunset I witnessed the slaughter of my entire family. It was like an other abnormal type of day, mom was sleep for the day and dad was out hunting. Lucus and I were just sitting around just like a couple of carefree kids would. But we aren 't like normal families, we have a hidden secrect. Hybrids. We are the only two that we know of in histroy. Vampires and werewolves hate each other, if they smell or see you. Attack you on sight, no mercy. My mother and father met when my moms group was out hunting for humans when they came across my fathers hunting camp....   [tags: Mother, Father, Debut albums, 2005 singles]

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Analysis Of ' My Fanged Tooth '

- We read personal narratives in order to relate to other’s experiences and place ourselves in other’s to relate to their conflicts or learn about conflicts that we have yet to face. Reading about a similar experience helps us increase our sense of connection to others. Reading about an experience we haven’t encountered will better prepare us to face new challenges or help other people face them. In order to do these things, outstanding personal narratives should place the reader in the narrator’s shoes so the reader could understand everything the narrator went through in their experience....   [tags: Narrative, Narratology, Style, Narrator]

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Dead Man Walking By Sister Helen Prejean

- In the book “Dead Man Walking”, written by Sister Helen Prejean, is about the un-justifying laws of the death penalty. It features Patrick Sonnier, a criminal, who is sentenced to death because of the crime he has committed. The death penalty had been around for years and is arguable on the subject if it should be abolished or not. I stand with Prejean on her beliefs about how the death penalty is evil and unjust. For the purpose of this essay, I have chosen a poster which represents my thoughts and beliefs on what I feel strongly about the death penalty....   [tags: Capital punishment, Murder, Helen Prejean, Prison]

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Symptoms And Symptoms Of The And Penicillin

- • Age: 8 year old child • Sex: Male • Race: Caucasian • Chief Complaint/ Reason for Admission o Shortness of breath o Principle problem: mild persistent asthma with status asthmaticus • Mother was at bedside with the patient. • Allergies: Cephalosporin and penicillin • History of Present Illness o 8 year old male patient was transferred from outside hospital due to status asthmaticus. Patient was seen outside hospital of emergency department on Memorial Day weekend for asthma exacerbation and was given steroids by mouth and discharged home....   [tags: Asthma, Peak flow meter, Spirometry]

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The Article Poor Teeth By Sarah Smarsh

- The article Poor Teeth was written by Sarah Smarsh with the goal in mind being to shed light on the issue between upper and lower class society in a particularly concrete way. Teeth and dental health are an easy thing for people to imagine in their head because everyone has a set whether they’re white and shiny or black and rotted. This makes it easy to draw a comparison between people that care for their teeth and those who don’t. However, access to dental knowledge and services which the lower class often times doesn’t have is very different between the poor and the rich....   [tags: Dentistry, Teeth, Social class, Upper class]

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A Review of Stephanie Meyer's Novel,Twilight

- What is a best seller. A best seller starts as an ordinary book written by an author which is later published by an editor. With the help of efficient sales from consumers and reviews from critics, plays a role in facilitatiing the book receiving the possession of the best seller title. Word of mouth, author’s reputation and young adult romance contribute to the popularity novel Twilight by Stephenie Meyer. One of the reasons this novel was a best seller was because it was referred by using the word of mouth method....   [tags: Vampire]

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Not A Word, Not A Sound

- Not A Word, Not A Sound Imagine walking through a forest. Upon walking, you spot a man about to jump into a lake as if there was no tomorrow. You run and open your mouth to shout, “NO. STOP. DON’T JUMP!” But as you desperately try to call out, not a word, not a sound comes out of your mouth. All you hear is the sound of the wind rustling through the trees and almost instantly, the sound of the man’s body penetrating into the water is heard...then nothing but the sound of your own heartbeat beating through the silence....   [tags: Voice]

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Biblical Allusions in Melville's Moby Dick

- In The Town-Ho’s Story, Melville uses many different types of figurative devices to describe the relationship between Steelkilt and Radney. Radney is known and described as the inferior, yet higher ranked, mate, while Steelkilt is described as the more respectable, but lower ranked mate. Melville faintly, yet noticeably relates Moby Dick as a God and Steelkilt as Jesus. Such clever biblical allusions accurately describe Moby Dick and Steelkilt and although Melville does not give any biblical significance to Radney, the readers can still clearly visualize Radney’s character....   [tags: Biblical Allusions, Melville, Moby Dick,]

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A Low Fat, Heart Healthy Diet

- Low Fat Heart Healthy Diet A low fat heart healthy diet is my idea of the best nutritional diet, especially since heart disease is the number one killer among people in the United States. Cardiovascular disease is very prevalent in my family. I lost both, paternal and maternal grandparents to heart disease. My father has severe heart disease, and my mother and brother are both hypertensive and require medication; therefore, I know I’m especially vulnerable to this disease. For many years, I ate whatever I wanted without regard to the nutritional value of the garbage I was putting in my mouth....   [tags: Nutrition]

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Understanding the Functions of the Amygdala

- The focus of this literature review is on the patterns of amygdala activation and its role in attentional threat assessment, as well the effects of the neuropeptide oxytocin on the amygdala. The amygdala plays an important role in human threat assessment. In both humans and primates, the identification of facial expressions and their direction of gaze is a necessary aspect of social behavior, and the amygdala plays a large role in this function (Boll, Gamer, Kalisch, & Buchel, 2011, p. 299). From a medical standpoint, the study of the amygdala would help in understanding the neurological basis of many behavior disorders such as borderline personality disorder and post traumatic stress disord...   [tags: Function, Activation, Effects]

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How Tobacco Affects the Human Body

- How Tobacco Affects the Human Body How many people will become smokers this year. How many of those will be diagnosed with a disease. Will you become a smoker. Smoking is a worldwide issue that needs to be resolved. Do they realize the effects of smoking on their body. This addiction is life threatening and can be resolved, simply by quitting. Most people are unaware of the ingredients in tobacco. The drug levels in the body are affected by tobacco. When a smoker begins to inhale the cigarette, "drug levels peak within ten seconds of inhalation" ("The Deadly Effects of Tobacco Addiction")....   [tags: nicotine addiction, chemicals in cigarettes]

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Johnson and Johnson Product Listerine Mouthwash

- Founded in 1886 by introducing medicinal plasters and antiseptic surgical dressings, Johnson & Johnson has grown to be one of the leading health care products company in the world. In its extensive history of over 125 years Johnson & Johnson’s product mix vary from pharmaceutical, personal care products, medical devices and diagnostics with the largest being pharmaceuticals. The product I chose to research was Listerine mouthwash. Listerine was first invented as a surgical antiseptic in 1879 and later repositioned as an oral care product to dentists in 1895....   [tags: products, medical, business, company]

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The Earliest Microscopes and Pond Ecology

- ... The revolving nose piece holds two or more objective lenses with different objective power. Many microscopes have Diaphragm or Iris control the intensity and size of light. All these parts in microscope help observe the specimen.                      Pond Ecology is the interaction of life in pond with environment. Pond have low oxygen levels, little animal life, and lack of food supply. A pond contains mostly water, few nutrients, and less aquatic life. Organisms live, grow, and die in the pond....   [tags: electron microscope, environment]

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The Witchy Worries of Abby Adams

- ... “Actually Mrs. Holcomb, I would like to talk to Daisy”, Abby said. As soon as those words left her mouth, a chill went up my spine. How did mom know her. What does she want from me. Many questions were flying through brain. So much that I couldn’t even remember my own name. I can hear their footsteps through the halls. With every footstep, my heart would race faster, my hands would get sweatier, and my mind gets more clueless every time. Trouble comes “Hi Daisy”, Abby says while taking a seat across from me....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Marketing is Essential for Growing Business

- The marketing of a business plays an essential role of growing any business. The way a business is marketed can determine whether the community will support the business and the success of the business from beginning to end. Implementing a marketing strategy can be hard because everything has become so contemporary. In previous years, a simple commercial or ad in the local paper would let potential and returning customers know what was selling, popular, or desired in the a store. The advertising would also let customers what was taking place in a local market or neighborhood....   [tags: advertisement, open heart, social media]

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The Epidemic Of Hiv And Aids

- HIV quickly became a deadly disease once it was identified as a new virus by scientists in the early 1980s. HIV is the Human Immunodeficiency Virus, and AIDS is the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (What). AIDS is the final stage of the HIV infection, but some people do not even advance to this stage of the disease (What). Even though HIV and AIDS was initially thought to be a disease that would kill all victims, medical advancements have changed the perception of HIV/AIDS as a treatable and potentially even curable disease....   [tags: AIDS, HIV, Antiretroviral drug, Immune system]

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Alcoholism And Heavy Drinking And Alcoholism

- What Drinking Alcohol Does to Oral Health Heavy drinking and alcoholism may not at first seem like an oral health dilemma, when in fact, it can wreak havoc on your teeth and gums in more ways than you may realize. If you or a loved one are experiencing oral health concerns visit a skilled dentist today to get best dental care in Kenosha. Alcoholism and heavy drinking can do a number on your body in general. While it may seem like an innocent drink, the alcohol, carbs and sugars contained within can do oh so much more than the drink’s intended purpose....   [tags: Oral hygiene, Periodontitis, Gingivitis]

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Comparing The Efficiency Of Digestive System

- Comparing the efficiency of digestive system. A digestive system is the food is passed through the body separating the good part for usage and the indigestible part for waste. There are three types of digestive system, monogastric (carnivore and omnivores), hind gut fermenter and a ruminant. Monogastric includes animals such as pigs, dog. An example of an animal which is a hind gut fermenter is a horse, rabbit and an example of ruminant is a cow. Comparison of a carnivore and a hindgut fermenter: The hindgut fermenter has a very similar digestive system to the carnivore but the hindgut fermenter has to digested large amounts of fibre and difficult to digest components....   [tags: Digestion, Small intestine, Stomach]

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Pain, No Past History Of Arthritis

- GEN/CC: I can barely fit into any of my shoes my ankles are all swollen and I am having difficulty breathing. HPI: EO is a 72 year old Caucasian female who was on holiday with her husband from Canada presents in the emergency room with a 3 weeks history of progressively increasing breathlessness, orthopnea and ankle swelling. The breathlessness comes on with minimal exertion and she denies a history of chest pain. Her husband forced her to come to the emergency room because she had difficulty breathing while sitting down....   [tags: Myocardial infarction, Hypertension, Heart failure]

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Who Is The Most Important Things?

- Many people are successful in life by doing things their own kind of way. Some people are not successful because of their pride, it is bigger than their own goals. A way to be successful is being respectful to others everyone deserves to be respected. Ambition can make people successful because they love money more. Determination to get things done can get us in a better position in life. Responsibility is one of the most important things because without it no one will ever take us serious. Some people are never successful because they can never keep their mouth shut....   [tags: Respect, Want, Need, Aerosmith]

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