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Water Scarcity and Possible Solutions

- “Water is the lifeblood of this planet. Every time a good is bought or sold there is a virtual exchange of water. Every time we interact with water, we change it, redirect it, or otherwise alter its state. We have never learned how to efficiently manage water.”(Cluckie, 2009) Ian Cluckie, Professor of Hydrology and Water Management, emphasizes the fact that humans can’t survive without water. Although water is a renewable resource that can replenish under hydrological cycles, our intervention has interrupted its natural cycle causing its supply to decrease.(Cluckie, 2009) The value of water is constantly being compared to diamonds....   [tags: Drinking Water Shortage]

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Possible Solutions to the Youth Violence Problem

- Possible Solutions to the Youth Violence Problem The birds are chirping, the sun is beaming down through the clouds, and you can hear the shrieks of excitement from the neighborhood park. Walking down the street, you envision raising your family on this picture-perfect street. As the vision becomes more and more detailed, however, the shot of a gun rings out from the distance. You duck behind a parked car, wondering where the bullet came from and why. Looking around, you are shocked to see a group of adolescents standing around another child, this one laying lifeless on the ground....   [tags: Solutions Essays]

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Possible Solutions of Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon

- Nowadays deforestation is the one of the most important and controversial environmental issues in the world. Deforestation is cutting down, clearing away or burning trees or forests. Particularly tropical rainforests are the most waning type of forests because of its location in developing countries such as Indonesia, the Philippines, India, central African countries and Brazil. Deforestation rate in those regions is high enough to worry about, because of large economic potential of forest areas....   [tags: Deforestation Essays]

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The Impact of Teenage Unemployment and Possible Solutions

- Unemployment has always been something that Americans have worried about since the great depression in which one in every four people was unemployed. High unemployment has an impact on every one even those whom are still currently employed. For example if the unemployment rate is particular high then even those with jobs get worried. Unemployment is also separated in to distinct categories base on which group is the focus of the study. The categories can be by race, age or location, for example the unemployment rate of those between the age of sixty and sixty-five could be compared those between the ages of thirty and thirty-five....   [tags: Teenagers, Unemployment, United States]

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Possible Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis

- During the time of this economic crisis, many people are foreclosing on their homes because of inflation in the housing market. It is said by the Mortgage Bankers Association that one out of every 200 Americans will have a foreclosed house. In America, that is a lot of homes that are unoccupied. In this time of crisis, there needs to be a way so that people can stay in their homes for just a little bit longer to conjure up the money to pay off their bills during this recession. Today, millions of Americans are suffering lost jobs and cut hours because of the recession....   [tags: real estate, economy]

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Possible Solutions to the Foreclosure Crisis

- The purpose of this writing is to analyze the foreclosure crisis and offer some solutions to keep people in their homes and satisfy the financial accounting records of the banking industry. With more lost jobs on the horizon and fluctuating adjustable mortgage rates, the foreclosure crisis continues to plague America. A recent report from the Mortgage Bankers Association reveals that 14% of loans are behind or in foreclosure. This is largely due to lost jobs in this volatile economy. Many factors are involved in addressing a situation like this and one solution alone cannot solve the crisis....   [tags: real estate]

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Possible Solutions to Materialism

- Everyone has strolled past an open window, seen something intriguing in their side view, and drooled over the thought of having it for themselves. How about walking through the aisles and calculating how much money you would have after buying a few not-so-necessary items in order to pay off the bills next week. We Americans love buying things; that is just our nature. When we look behind the scenes, is materialism really all that great for us, or is it evoking more harm than good. I analyzed this issue over a few weeks, pulling resources from not only websites, but examples in my own life....   [tags: excessive buying habits]

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Possible Solutions for Standardized Testing

- Standardized testing remains to be a major controversial issue for the American society today. Exams are given to students at different levels in their educational career and are supposed to measure their academic knowledge, but are these tests really the best way to evaluate students. There have been numerous alternatives suggested to replace or be used in conjunction with standardized testing. One solution offered by Alfie Kohn, a well-renowned speaker on human behavior, education, and parenting, suggests that teachers would give parents written evaluations of how their child is performing and having frequent conferences available to talk about their child’s performance....   [tags: knowledge evaluation, assessment]

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The Issue of Over Population in the Earth

- ... If we have to start relying heavily on pesticides to produce foods it could easily get in to the population water supply, in turn killing many more people. Another effect that we can see is the gas crisis; this again comes from too many people using up too many resources. If in, “2050 the world population will explode from today’s 7 billion to 10 billion” (Ferrell Paul). Then that is going to end up meaning more people needing to use up more gas and oil. The end of gas and oil will come, it is inevitable, with the amount of oil being consumed all over the world added to the fact that the population is still increasing rapidly, we will end up sucking up all the oil the world has to offer....   [tags: possible solutions, human fertility]

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The Problem of Garbage Disposal

- The average resident produces seven and a half pounds of garbage every day that is buried down in landfills and litters lands costing a great amount of money. Nowadays, people face no more critical trouble than the need to save the weakening environment, mainly in urban areas, where solid wastes are uselessly dumped. It has been observed that cities have no controlled structure for garbage disposal. Each year, millions of dollars are spent picking up litter and more is thrown away in valuable materials that could be recycled....   [tags: Possible Solutions, Approaches]

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Possible Solutions to Poverty

- ... Poverty is a very complex social issue and there can’t only be one explanation. The structural causes explanation puts more faults on institutions—governments and companies. The cultural explanation puts too much fault in the individual. Whereas society is an amalgamation of both, of course culture affects a poor person in a different form then an upper middle class or rich person. The example being a person raised on the streets learns different skills then someone in a upper-middle class suburb thus effecting their future careers—communication skills, work ethics, etc....   [tags: economic relief]

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Training Methods And Bring Forward Possible Solutions

- During our thesis we will use both quantitative and qualitative researching techniques to help us distinguish the problems associated with IFR training methods and bring forward possible solutions. The research will be done through a variety of methods and investigated from several different viewpoints. These viewpoints will consist of the regulators, the student pilots, the instructors, and the flight training unit. To ensure each area is explored thoroughly, both primary and secondary research will be gathered to ensure a wide but still manageable spectrum of opinions....   [tags: Scientific method, Quantitative research]

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An Analysis of Climate Change and the Possible Solutions

- Introduction Since the 1980s, climate change has transformed from a scientific discovery to being the most prevalent issue within the arena of political ecology. The world today has yet to fulfil the goal of emission reduction to a level that can keep global warming below the threshold of two degrees Celsius. Amidst various approaches used to cure the pressing climate change problems, the IPCC publication of Climate Change 2013: The Physical Science Basis Report suggested that the use of geoengineering technologies could be a possible solution (IPCC, 2013)....   [tags: geoengineering, ethics, environmental issues]

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CPOE: Literature Review and Possible Solutions

- Weighted Objectives Our facility has given weight to the top four considerations for a CPOE system. Equally important to us is a system geared both towards the safety of our residents and user friendly for adoption so a weighted value of 30% has been given to each requirement. Security and HIPPA compliance, although a must, is somewhat assumed to be the industry standard of information systems and applications, and we have given its value as 25%. Finally, the ability to interface with other systems and applications, although a ways down the road is a requirement that we must take into consideration and this was given a value of 15%....   [tags: Medical Information, Geriatric Resident]

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Causes of the Foreclosure Crisis and Possible Solutions

- In addressing the national foreclosure crisis that which we are currently enduring, we must first acknowledge the reason(s) this crisis derived in the first place. In May of 1998, a Washington Post article cites: “Over objections of other financial regulators, [Greenspan, [Rubin and Levitt]] question[ed] sic whether unregulated derivatives contracts should get government oversight like exchange-traded futures contracts do.” 1 It is an economic philosophy, according to the Post article, that [Greenspan] who left the Fed job in 2006 after an unprecedented three terms that insists that regulating derivatives would not have averted the present crisis....   [tags: real estate]

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Domestiv Waste Issue

- With the economic growth, the living standards of people in Hong Kong become higher and higher. Meanwhile, we are producing more and more waste, especially the domestic waste. According to the Environmental Protection Department (2013), the existing landfills would probably be exhausted one by one by 2020 if the waste level continue to increase at current level (¶13). Therefore, we should take action immediately to find a solution so as to deal with the domestic waste problem. To ameliorate the problem, the possible solutions could be building incinerators, enlarging the area for landfills and reducing the amount of domestic waste, with the last one being the best solution....   [tags: Possible Solutions, Landfills]

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Possible Solutions to the Synoptic Problem in the Gospels

- The term “Synoptic Problem” alludes to the similarities and differences that is apparent in the Synoptic Gospels. Events that occurred are detailed in somewhat different arrangements and narrations. These differences and similarities have caused observant Christians to wonder what could cause what appear to be a chronological difference in these Gospels and why do we have more than one Gospel. All of these observations and questions in essence make up the “Synoptic Problem.” (Lea and Black,The New Testament Its Background and message 2003:114) The development of the Gospel as described by Luke referred to “eyewitnesses” an “account of the things” and “an orderly account”....   [tags: bible, theology]

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Causes of American Poverty and Possible Solutions

- Poverty is not a simple issue. You cannot ask a question about poverty and get one universal response. There are many conflicting ideas about what poverty is, and more importantly, where it comes from. The make-up of American society shows that so much in life can depend on one’s family. Having opportune circumstances can land people jobs, but having the opposite can also perpetuate the depression and reality of poverty for others. When people have reasons not to seize their days, they might sink deeper and deeper into the belief that they cannot truly escape poverty....   [tags: US poverty essay]

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AN OVERVIEW OF CHILD LABOR AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS

- AN OVERVIEW OF CHILD LABOR AND POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS “A little girl about seven years old, who’s job as scavenger, was to collect incessantly from the factory floor, the flying fragments of cotton that might impede the work... while the hissing machinery passed over her, and when this is skillfully done, and the head, body, and the outstretched limbs carefully glued to the floor, the steady moving, but threatening mass, may pass and repass over the dizzy head and trembling body without touching it.” To many of us this paragraph belongs to the past....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Possible Solutions of Computer Lack Problem.

- AUCA is one of the best universities in Kyrgyzstan. Probably, it is such because it has got good teachers, American style and system of education and it is equipped with really good technologies. Still, as the university expands, more new students come than graduate, less frequently updated and increased in number computers start to become a problem. Right now there are more than one thousand students studying in AUCA, while in the computer laboratories there are over 100 computers available. Not talking about the time of exams, even in usual time it is always hard to sign up for the computer time....   [tags: Sociology]

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Italian Firms in America, Issues and Possible Solutions

- ... An interesting example of how Fiat has used heritage and tradition is the fact that Gianni Agnelli, the grandson of founder Giovanni Agnelli, was Fiat's chairman from 1966 until 1996. In fact, the Agnelli family has controlled Fiat for its entire 115 years of existence. It is worth mentioning though, that after they acquire the American automaker, Chrysler, they started to open up the company’s key leadership positions to outsiders. Furthermore, success of some Italian firms is due to their remarkable innovations....   [tags: Family, Business, Leadership]

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The Astounding and Indisputable Surrounding Scientific Evidence Global Warming

- ... A statement released by 18 renowned scientific associations stated “Observations throughout the world make it clear that climate change is occurring, and rigorous scientific research demonstrates that the greenhouse gasses emitted by human activities are the primary driver.” (Consensus, n.d., para. 2) Global warming is a very controversial topic in that many are simply non-believers. Global warming exists because of greenhouse gasses being produce via human activities, rising earth and ocean temperatures as well as sea levels are just the tipping point to how global warming is affecting our planet....   [tags: environmental concerns and possible solutions]

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Alcohol Abuse Among College Students and Possible Solutions

- Alcohol Abuse Among College Students and Possible Solutions Binge or excessive drinking is the most serious problem affecting social life, health, and education on college campuses today. Binge or excessive drinking by college students has become a social phenomena in which college students do not acknowledge the health risks that are involved with their excessive drinking habits. Furthermore college students do not know enough about alcohol in general and what exactly it does to the body or they do not pay attention to the information given to them....   [tags: Binge Drinking Papers]

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Underprotective and Overactive Pain Perception: Problems and Possible Solutions

- Underprotective and Overactive Pain Perception: Problems and Possible Solutions Pain is probably one of the most universal perceptions that humans, or indeed any animal, can experience. From stress headaches to stubbing one's toe, we come into contact with pain on a daily basis. This is normal data about the experience of pain. However, there are several groups of people that do not feel pain in a common way. Either they don't feel enough pain to tell them that something is wrong, as in the cases of lepers and some diabetics, or they have too much pain, as in the cases of some diabetics, people with phantom limb pain, cancer victims, stroke victims, and other diseases of the brain or spina...   [tags: Biology Biological Pain Papers]

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Causes, Effects and Possible Solutions to Global Warming

- The Causes, Effects and Possible Solutions to Global Warming Global warming is a problem that threatens the whole world. Though it has had little noticeable impact on the world so far, its potential impact could be disastrous which is why global warming has become an issue ever present in the media and for governments. Global warming is not a new phenomenon. The sun warms the Earth's surface and to stop it over-heating the heat energy is radiated back through the atmosphere and into space....   [tags: Environment Global Warming Climate Change]

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Ecosystem Instability: The Incumbent Problems and Possible Solutions

- Ecosystem Instability: The Incumbent Problems and Possible Solutions Thesis Ecosystem instability is a problem that we can no longer put off to the side. We are being confronted with this problem and we need to find ways to resolve the present situations. The forms of confrontation are through foriegn invaders and lack of apex predators (to name a few). We must realize that through research as well as changes in lifestyle we can save our planet. These changes must occur individually for them to be a true success....   [tags: Environment Environmental Essays]

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Passwords - Common Attacks And Possible Solutions

- Overview Making sure authorized users have access to either sensitive company information or their personal e-mail can be a daunting task, given the fact that an average user has to remember at least 4/5 passwords, a couple of which have to be changed on a monthly basis. The majority of users are frustrated when choosing or remembering a password, and are highly unaware of the consequences of their actions while handling accounting data. This article will provide you with an overview of how important, yet fragile, passwords security really is; you will be acquainted with different techniques for creating and maintaining passwords, and possible alternative methods for authentication, namely...   [tags: Computer Security]

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Childhood Obesity: Possible causes and solutions

- Executive Summary Throughout the years Children are becoming more obese, and there are plenty of factors which contribute to obesity, whether is it societal, environmental and even biological. This report focuses on the parental influence of young primary and pre-school aged children’s attitudes towards foods. It looks at ways we can change and prevent obesity happening from a food consumption perspective. An inclusion of current issues we’re facing in society today in relation to parental influences on children will also be in this report....   [tags: nutrition ideas]

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Coronary Heart Disease

- In the latest research, a study was based on the “dietary factors that were associated with Coronary Heart Disease risk factors.” Investigators hypothesized that healthy diet and exercise are absolutely connected with the risk factors of CHD. College students between the ages of 18 through 24 are usually recognized as really healthy students but in fact collegians are unaware of the risk factors of CAD. Being overweight, this is a very common risk factor, hypertension, high levels of triglycerides, and low cholesterol....   [tags: risk factors and possible solutions]

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Possible Solutions to Remedy the Detrimental Effects of Soil Acidity on Tropical Agriculture

- Possible Solutions to Remedy the Detrimental Effects of Soil Acidity on Tropical Agriculture Arable tropical soils, which mainly consist of Oxisols and Ultisols but also include regions of Inceptisols and Alfisols, cover approximately one billion hectares; this area represents 33 percent of the total potentially arable land of this world which does not require irrigation. Most of these soils have optimum conditions for crop production, including low population density, excellent physical conditions, and a favorable climate (Van Wambeke, 1976)....   [tags: Agriculture Agricultural Papers]

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Solutions to the Problem of Domestic Waste

- ... Besides, the building of incinerators is likely to lower the living standard of citizens in the neighborhood. Not only the gas emitted while burning the waste would affect their health, the noise produced by the trucks and the construction of incinerators would make them annoyed. Moreover, according to the ‘Not in My Back Yard’ phenomenon, this solution would probably be vigorously rejected by the citizens living around the site selected for building the incinerators. If the government insists on building the incinerators, the popularity rating will probably drop dramatically....   [tags: living standards in Hong Kong]

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Solutions And Mitigation Of The Asphalt

- 4.6 POSSIBLE SHORT TO MEDIUM SOLUTIONS AND MITIGATION OF THIS PARTICULAR PROBLEM Similarly as with temperature, a lot of information as of now exists in regards to how to suit more noteworthy measure of water coming about because of an expanded recurrence of extreme precipitation occasions, both in pavement and material outline and additionally in the geometric design of the road. Possible solutions include the following; • Adjustment of asphalt mixture outline (enhanced imperviousness to water harm), in spite of the fact that, as noted prior, in a few nations with calm/mesothermal atmospheres the effect may be irrelevant....   [tags: Water, Climate change, Ocean, Climate]

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Alternative Solutions For The United States

- Alternative Solutions Outside of the possible solutions that CAPSIM provided, there are three other options of dealing with that dilemma: 1. Andrews could cut ties with the offshore supplier, but find another more law-abiding alternative within the offshore location. 2. Andrews could continue working with the offshore supplier, and increase production at that location whilst actively ignoring the contract clause of auditing until and unless the government intervenes. 3. The altruistic solution: cut ties and let that be the last time Andrews is involved in pursuing its own self-interest....   [tags: Ethics, Law, Business ethics, Morality]

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Internet Addiction, The Challenges, And Solutions

- The article by Carlisle et al., (2016) highlights a survey on Internet addiction, the challenges, and possible solutions. The recent internet expansions and connectivity across the globe has resulted in a number of benefits as well as challenges. Reports indicate that over a third of the world’s population is currently connected to the internet, with the trend expanding significantly. The US is reported to have increased its high internet connections from 2.8 million to 206 million from 1999 to 2011....   [tags: Addiction, Pornography, Drug addiction, Diagnosis]

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The Community Child Care Solutions

- There are various community resources available for parents and schools to utilize to create an efficient learning environment and is beneficial to the child and the family. In New Jersey, there are hundreds of different programs available that assist schools and families, however, there are four that stand out. The four organizations available are Community Child Care Solutions, The Children’s Home Society, Child Care Aware of New Jersey, and Rutgers Southern Regional Childcare Resource & Referral Agency....   [tags: Childhood, Education, Developmental psychology]

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Solutions to Global Warming

- You hear about it from television news broadcasts. You read about it in newspapers and magazines. You talk about it with friends and co-workers. There have even been movies made about it. The “it” is global warming. “Global warming refers to the global-average temperature increase that has been observed over the last one hundred years or more” (Spencer). Some experts argue that global warming is a result of human activities, while others believe the warming and cooling of the Earth’s atmosphere is a natural cycle....   [tags: Climate Change, Synthesis Essays]

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Sustainable Environment; Engineering Solutions

- Introduction: Air pollution can be defined as the harmful gases in the air that we breathe. Pollution can be caused by natural sources or as a result of human activities. Natural pollutants include: dust, pollen, smoke from forest fires, and bacterial and volcanic action. Nevertheless, human activities are the main cause of air pollution. Major sources of air pollution are industrial (factories and power stations) at 36% and on-road transportation at 26%. Currently, the number of vehicles on roads is constantly rising, leading to producing more pollutants....   [tags: Environment]

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Possible Early Experiences of Domestic Violence

- Children deserve a safe, violence free parents who will love, and protect them; they also need stability in that when things go wrong outside the home, then their homes become a place of safety, comfort, love, help and support. According to United Nations International Emergency Children’s Fund (UNICEF, 2006) yearly hundreds of millions of children are exposed to domestic violence, and this leaves a profound negative impact in their lives and that of their future; furthermore, these children not only witness those violent acts but also hear the sounds and may be aware of the signs; it is a global fact....   [tags: family violence, domestic violence, child abuse]

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Water Shortages in China: Problems and Solutions

- Many people know that water is essential for human-being and it is not only valuable for health and life, but water is also important for industry and agriculture. Furthermore, use of water has a spiritual, cultural and recreational dimension. However, water resources are not infinite. Wide and inefficient use of water resources can lead to irreversible consequences, such as water shortage. This essay will firstly discuss the problem of water shortage on examples of developed and developing countries and include the diversification of the same issue in the different parts of the world....   [tags: Water Scarcity in China]

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Water Shortage in India: Problems and Solutions

- Water is an integral part of not only human beings but all other creatures in the world. We use it every day for different purposes such as domestic, agricultural and industrial. Water has always been a prestigious resource. However, the majority of people do not appraise water’s worth since they do not face water scarcity; whereas, in third world countries it is one of the most serious problems. Nearly 2.4 billion people have a lack of water resources in the world, shows the investigation done by the Pacific Institute, an Oakland, California-based non-profit scientific research group....   [tags: Water Scarcity in India]

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Kava-Kava: A Possible Solution for Stress and Anxiety

- Throughout life, we each experience the anxiety of the unknown and the inevitable stress of our responsibilities combined with our limited supply of time. New technology, a strong economy, and increased competitiveness for jobs in the work force seem to usher in increased stress and anxiety. Although many dismiss this as a natural part of life, the health arena asserts the detrimental side effects of continual stress upon one’s body. In fact, "experts attribute almost 60 percent of doctor visits to stress-related ailments, including high blood pressure, arthritis, and cancer (http://www.doctorcass.com/html/kava_book.html)." In the past, the only mainstream options for treating excessively ha...   [tags: Herbs Psychiatry Health Essays]

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Solutions to the Imminent Land Pollution Problems in Hong Kong

- Nowadays, an average of 25,000 tonnes of solid waste were disposed of daily because of human activities of domestic households, commercial and manufacturing business and construction sites in the territory. This tells an imminent land pollution problem in Hong Kong. To deal with this problem, I discover three solutions. The three possible solutions will be increasing the number of recycling bins, landfill expansion and building more incinerators. The best remedy of the problem of land pollution will be building more incinerators....   [tags: recycling, bins, landfill, expansion, incinerators]

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Solutions for the Social Problem of Poverty in the United States

- Poverty is a common social issue that has troubled the United States for a countless number of years. Poverty is considered deprivation. It is when we are deprived of the things we need to function properly in society. Education, food and shelter are things that individuals struggling through poverty lack. Poverty is subjective because anyone can differ on the level of deprivation we suffer that describes the state of poverty. Some people even want to include the ability to go on foreign holidays as people are deprived of something the majority up till quite recently could do....   [tags: poverty, deprivation, inquality]

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Proposed Solutions to Extreme Cases of Animal Abuse

- ... One cause behind the continuation of animal abuse is the lack of adequate and effective humane law enforcement organizations. In many instances of animal abuse, the cases are not reported. However, even when cases are brought to the attention of humane law enforcement, many are not resolved in a suitable manner. Often humane law enforcement organizations receive numerous complaints, leaving them unable to answer each complaint in a short period of time. As Matthew Bershadker stated in an interview for the New York Times article, “Animal Abuse Calls will now go to Police,” the A.S.P.C.A....   [tags: media attention, violence, theory]

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Three Solutions to Deforestation

- Three Solutions to Deforestation      If a tree falls in the woods and no one's there to hear it, does it make a sound. Or rather, if a tree falls in the woods and no one's there to hear it, does anybody even care. This saying epitomizes the world's current view on deforestation, most notably in the Brazilian Amazon, which is known as 'The Lungs of the Earth.' Deforestation is defined as the long-term or permanent removal of forest cover, usually accompanied by burning, which is then converted to a non-forested land use....   [tags: environment green global warming forest essays]

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Solutions to Juvenile Crime

- Solutions to Juvenile Crime Crime is a plague that has haunted American citizens for centuries. The severity of crime has ranged from running a red light to cold blooded murder. Statistics indicate that crime rates have been on the rise in the previous decades, especially juvenile crime. Statistics show that, ‘the number of youths aged 14 and younger who have been charged with homicide has jumped by 43 percent in the past twenty years’ (Kids With No Hope, No Fear, No Rules, And No Life, 2)....   [tags: Crime Juvenile Violence Civil Liberties Essays]

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Developing Solutions

- Developing and Selecting Solutions Graham Parker’s Structured Problem Solving Guide describes the problem solving process in four phases, one of which is Developing and Selecting Solutions (Phase 4). The other phases are not summarized here, however, it is noteworthy to mention that Phase 4 is the entering into solution development, whereas during the first three Phases of the process, specific problems of study have already been defined, a selection process is undertaken to decide which problems to address, and finally the problem to be studied is characterized by the collection and analysis of the data to be studied....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Problematic Solutions

- Problematic Solutions With the New Year approaching great change will undoubtedly accompany the new millennium. Changes in technology and the arts will emerge naturally but as the times change it is our responsibility to ensure that social policies are designed to best benefit society. Drugs, crime, violence, poverty, and illiteracy are all rising at amazing speeds and this indicates a problem in our current social policy. While there are many possible reasons for these problems the corresponding rise in white illegitimacy is the largest factor....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Systems Thinking: GE Capital Retail Bank

- Introduction Established in 1997, GE Capital Retail Bank has been a market leader in offering financial different financial solutions to small and middle businesses globally. Some of the financial services provided by this particular bank are financial loans, financing of aviation development projects, Healthcare based projects and real estate development among others. All these financial solutions are designed on a case-by-case basis in order to suit various customers. GE Capital Retail Bank has branches in over 50 countries with an asset base of over 500 billion dollars....   [tags: financial solutions, financial services]

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Air Quality in the Yuba-Sutter Area

- Bad air quality has struck several cities around the world in recent years. It is an important environmental issue that should be dealt with because it is significant to our health. Local areas are especially susceptible to these horrible conditions because of their small stature. The Yuba-Sutter area has had this environmental issue for several years. It is a recurring issue which seems to affect our area every year specifically during the warm months. Some years are better than others, but it is still a problem that should be solved....   [tags: Solutions, Raising Awareness]

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A Treatment of Solutions to Bullying in Schools

- Bullying has always been present within the United States. Although the issue has been around for a long time, it continues to grow and become more of problem. It is said that about 160,000 children within the United States are refusing to go to school because of bullying. Another statistic is that within American schools alone, there are an estimated 2.1 billion bullies and 2.7 billion victims (Dan Olewus, MBNBD). The numbers presented here are outrageous and although there are organizations to stop bullying, obviously there needs to be a new set of solutions....   [tags: Suicide, depression, anxiety]

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Solutions For Youth Gangs And Violence

- Propose a solution There are many solutions that address youth gangs and violence; many include community based programs. Although there are proven solutions to these problems, the percentages involving youth gangs and violence continue to grow. A solution to combat youth gangs is to reduce their attraction. (Taylor & Smith). As shown previously there are many reasons as to why juveniles join gangs, which include, building relationships with family and friends, protection, sense of belonging, status, outlaw mentality and economics (National Youth Gang Center, 2007)....   [tags: Gang, Crime, Mara Salvatrucha, Criminology]

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Solutions For Teachers And Curriculum

- Solutions Every child deserves the right to a fair and equal education no matter their race, gender, language, social class. However, often time’s people do not provide that for children, including the child’s own parents. With that being said the changes have to start somewhere. Research has been done in finding solutions for teachers and curriculum, schools, and for parents to help increase the learning of all children, but even more so for those children in poverty. Teachers and Curriculum Solutions Between home and school is where majority of children spend their time....   [tags: School, Education, Teacher, Social class]

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Long Term Solutions For Homelessness

- Long-term Solutions to Homelessness - Justice - Zachary Rezler In Canada and many other countries, homelessness is an issue that is prevalent and not taken seriously by many citizens and governments. Although unfortunate, many people today ignore or don’t recognize the true hardships homeless people go through, resulting in a lack of effort to resolve this issue of homelessness. As part of the Catholic Church’s teachings, the Catholic Social Teachings (CST) educate society on how to live a life in the grace of God, tending to those who are vulnerable and working towards the common good....   [tags: Homelessness, Poverty]

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Energy Crisis Interrelated to Global Warming. Photovoltaic Cell – A Possible Solution

- Energy Crisis Interrelated to Global Warming. Photovoltaic Cell – A Possible Solution Abstract- The world’s energy crisis has worsened in recent years, as oil prices dramatically increased due to the limited amount of available oil. Global warming is considered as a byproduct of energy crisis, because as oil continues to burn in the refining process, CO2 is constantly emitted to the atmosphere at a fast rate and in heavy concentrations, which in turn, worsens the global warming situation. Photovoltaic cell technology converts sunlight into direct current electricity....   [tags: Solar Energy Power Global Warming]

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Office Solutions Goes Green

- Sometimes an idea turned passion is a tough thing to let go. When Office Solutions' president and co-founder Bob Mairena decided it was time the company recycled its corrugated waste, there was little interest from recycling firms in the small amount the company had. If it wanted to recycle, Office Solutions would have to pay. But Mairena and his wife, co-founder and vice president Cindy Mairena, weren't content with that. So they reached out to customers in 2007, offering to collect and recycle their corrugated waste, as well....   [tags: Recycling]

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Solutions in Higher Education

- Senge’s (1990) characterization of controlling versus learning organizations helps illustrate the challenge Medtech faces in making the shift to a learner-centered college with outcome-based classroom practices. When new and expansive patterns of thinking are nurtured, collective aspiration is set free (1990); however, Harris and Cullen (2008) state that the work environment at many colleges is quite to the contrary. So our questions are the same as stated by Boyer (1987) nearly three decades ago, “Is it possible for students to become independent, self-directed learners, as well as, how can faculty improve their teaching so as to encourage creativity and critique....   [tags: Education, Training Faculty]

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Solutions to the Cruel and Ineffective Practice of Life Without Parole for Misdemeanors

- Directions: This exam is not a group project. Please submit your own work. In order to answer the questions, research via class materials and some outside resources is necessary. Answers to the questions are due Dec 20th, the end of the semester. Please submit answers via your canvas portal. Sentences of life without parole for trying to sell $10 worth of marijuana to an undercover cop. For sharing LSD at a Grateful Dead concert. For siphoning gas from a truck. These punishments are too extreme, irrational and widely disproportionate making explaining almost impossible....   [tags: forensic mental health]

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Features Of Four Potential Commercial Vendor Solutions Of Talent Management

- Purpose The purpose of this document is to concisely present the features of four potential commercial vendor solutions of Talent Management. Each of the following vendors offer a staffing and recruiting software which will be ideal to be implemented in a staffing company which wants to improve their supplier management process through the use of Information Technology. The document lists and discusses the features and possible drawbacks of four such vendor solutions. Vendors Vendor: Bullhorn Site: http://www.bullhorn.com Description: According to the introductory video on their website: “Bullhorn helps to automate and manage full recruitment life-cycle from finding and nurturing clients to...   [tags: Recruitment, Employment]

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What´s Ocean Acidification?

- Introduction The oceans of the earth are a massive part of the natural cycles that make this planet habitable. They regulate global temperatures, absorb carbon dioxide, provide a home for millions of plants and animals that make up various levels of the food chain, and so much more. They are a resource given for us to use and benefit from, however, it is also a resource that needs to be protected. It is the fountain of life for the planet and drastic changes to the makeup of the oceans could be detrimental to life as we know it....   [tags: Impacts, Causes, Solutions, Ocean]

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Spoofing Defense's Solutions

- Spoofing defense’s solutions originally can be broken down into three categories [13]. 1) End-Host-Based Solutions: These types of solutions are implemented on the end-hosts; the aim of these solutions is to allow the end-hosts to detect the spoofed packets. These kinds of solutions do not require any change in the network infrastructure and they are the easiest in deployment, but they are acting too late because the spoofed packets will arrived to the end-host before they are recognized. 2) Router-Based Solutions: These types of solutions are applied by routers, either at the core and edge of the Internet or at each side separately....   [tags: Internet Security]

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The Effect of Different Concentrations of Sucrose Solutions in Potato Cells

- The Effect of Different Concentrations of Sucrose Solutions in Potato Cells Prediction: I predict that the potato cylinder that is immersed in distilled water will increase in size the most out of all the potato cylinders. I think this because, in this solution there will 10ml of pure water, no sucrose, which means the potato can absorb the most possible water through osmosis, there are no molecules that can‘t be absorbed. Whereas in the other solutions, the sugar molecules won’t be able to travel through the potato’s membrane because it is semi permeable so through osmosis, only water molecules can diffuse from the higher concentration outside the potato to th...   [tags: Papers]

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Global Warming Solutions

- Climate change is a controversial subject that needs further investigation to conclusively prove to others that a problem exists. Even those trying to prove climate change will admit there are multiple variables that can affect the planet’s climate and many of those are not man-made. As stated in the introduction to chapter 12, “2013: Long-term Climate Change: Projections, Com¬mitments and Irreversibility”, of the Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (AR5) by Collins et al....   [tags: Climate Change Essays]

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Exploring Solutions to the Housing Crisis in America

- Americans were willing to live beyond their means, and bankers were willing to finance the dream. The biggest problem with this easy money was the obvious lack of responsible financial regulation. “Stated income” allowed anyone to easily commit fraud for a home loan, and banks weren’t worried about the money they lent since the loan was ultimately backed by the government. Sub-prime borrowers were given the opportunity to get mortgages, and no money down allowed people to get a home loan without really having “skin in the game.” Second mortgages were only icing on the cake and people figured that as long as house prices kept rising, home equity could be used as an instant cash machine to li...   [tags: real estate]

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High Performance It Solutions Hr Department

- Strategic Plan High Performance IT Solutions HR department is the starting and ending point for all employees of the company. It is “the organizational factor that is most likely to provide potential competitive advantage” (Fahed-Sreih, 2012, p. 30). HR departments are the go to place for all employee needs. A strategic plan is necessary so that everyone know what, and how the HR department is going to function. Without a strategic plan there is no guidance on where the department is going and how it will get there....   [tags: Strategy, Management, Goal, Employment]

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The Energy Source Problem and Proposed Solutions

- In our generation, Sustainable energy is the most important aim that countries try to make effectively. It is a well discussed topic with various opinions and researches results relating to particular aspects of energy sources. Discussing and talking about sustainable energy will assist people how to use sustainable energy in effective way. As it is known , sustainable energy is saving energy that benefits us in present without hurting or affecting the ability of benefits of next generations. The aims of sustainable energy lie primarily in reducing pollution that affects our environment, and saving energy....   [tags: environment, sustainable, gas]

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Applying Decision Making Techniques to Identify Solutions

- Applying Decision Making Techniques to Identify Solutions How will the South Pacific Logistics and Transportation Company establish a greater and profitable presence on the Island of Kava. Considering all the physical, environmental and socio-economical issues previously discussed, how can a decision be made that will provide the best solution for both the corporation, its stakeholders and the community in which they operate. There are several tools and techniques available to guide decision makers during the analysis and evaluation process in order to reach the best possible decisions....   [tags: Analysis Thinking Decision Making]

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Comparing the Concentrations of Saturated Solutions Experiment

- ... Our final concentration of the solution was 48 g/100cc of water. By looking at the class data, we can see that solubility is indeed a characteristic property. Six of the ten sodium chloride groups found the solubility of sodium chloride to be statistically 36g/100cc of water, with a +3g/100cc margin of error. Three of the four groups outside this margin of error had solubilities in the forties, 42, 48, 49g/100cc. These three groups made an experimental error that altered their results and can be excluded from our analysis of data....   [tags: laboratory report]

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Finding Solutions to the Durg and Alcohol Epidemic

- Hollywood loves good drama; and nothing delivers quite as superior a punch as broken, but lovable characters overcoming great obstacles. Movies are plagued with these archetypical prodigal sons or daughters who strayed a little too far down the wrong path. We sit in tense anticipation as we witness the ups and downs, the twists and turns; knowing all along, before the credits role there will be a moment of redemption and ultimately, salvation. We will stand and applaud as we ferociously gorge on all this vicariously....   [tags: Drug Courts]

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Some Solutions to Prevent Bullying in Schools

- Bullying has affected the young generation constantly, becoming more aggressive later on their life. The fact that students in schools aren’t informed or taught of ways how to defend themselves is the reason of so many violent actions. The number of suicides it’s growing. The best way to address bullying is to stop it before it starts. We can’t protect ourselves from bullying, if we aren’t informed of what it really means or how it affects us and others. The students, the parents, and the administration of different institutions should be paying more attention on how it’s starts and the process of development....   [tags: teen suicide, bullying, bullies]

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Solving The Foreclosure Crisis: Two Solutions

- It does not take much attention focused at the media to see that our great nation is struggling economically. One of the major contributors to this current economic meltdown is the rapid increase in foreclosures across the country. The country’s immense housing crisis can be addressed by referring to not only the accumulating irresponsibility of the individual American loan borrower, but also the growth of greed at the corporate level which led to the financial market’s negligence. To stop the spread of this issue we should look at closer government watch of the market and specifically focus on consumer education....   [tags: Economics]

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Solutions For Cruelty Within Animal Farming

- Solutions for Cruelty within Animal farming It has recently come to the attention of many activists that animal cruelty has been happening underneath the noses of consumers for years to provide poultry and red meat to the United States of America. In the industry of factory farming, the goal is to export as much product as possible with the least amount of cost, which is almost always at the expense of an animal’s welfare. The issue of violence against animals such as cows, pigs, and chickens has been brought to light by several surveillance videos in farms and slaughterhouse’s and have angered consumers both nationally and globally....   [tags: Agriculture, Livestock, Meat, Factory farming]

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Bank Solutions Inc. Security Plan

- Introduction Bank SolutionsInc. is in need of a tailored IT security plan for strategic advantage, regulatory compliance, and risk mitigation. As an organization that relies on IT for innovation and technical advantage, it is essential to invest in necessary security controls. This will ensure the infrastructure supports a layered security posture to detect, deter, eliminate or reduce as many vulnerabilities and exposure as possible. It is the responsibility of executive management to determine the amount of exposure and risk their organization is willing to accept....   [tags: Security Plan, Strategic Advantage]

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SWOT Analysis: Business Solutions Consulting

- How far is my company away from failure. This is one of the questions that SWOT begs to answer. In writing about SWOT analysis, John Bryson quotes Sun Tzu, from the Art of War: So it is said that if you know others and know yourself, you will not be imperiled in a hundred battles; if you do not know others but do know yourself, you win one and lose one; if you do not know others and do not know yourself, you will be imperiled in every single battle. (Bryson, 1995, pg 82) The SWOT analysis has been considered by some as a dated management fad....   [tags: Business Analysis]

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Solutions to Poverty

- Solutions to Poverty Poverty is a major problem in the United States today. Social, economical, political, and cultural factors all contribute to poverty. Education and economic development are two major issues that will help prevent poverty. The United States Census Bureau defines poverty as an "economic condition in which people lack sufficient income to obtain basic needs for food, housing, clothing, health services and education." In other words, poverty is powerlessness, a lack of representation and freedom....   [tags: Breaking the Cycle of Poverty]

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Exploring Ethical Codes and Possible Ethical Issues in Responding Therapy Clients through E-Mail

- ... In Dr. Lyne’s case he should’ve informed his clients of the benefits and limitations of communicating via email before he decided to respond to them. I also believe that this ethical code should’ve been presented as Dr. Lyne made his email accessible to his students. Once his email became accessible he should’ve discussed perimeters of confidentiality, limitations, and risks that could occur during the therapy sessions. In Section B of the ACA code of ethics booklet, the introduction section (p....   [tags: case of Dr. R. Ian Lyne]

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Experiment: To Find Out if it is Always Possible for Substances to Dissolve

- Soluble or Insoluble Purpose: To find out if it is always possible for substances to dissolve. Hypothesis: I think the possibility of a solute dissolving, all depends on the type of solvent.(E.g. Water-pure substance international solvent, soap-already a solution). I think because water is a pure substance, it will be easier for solutes to dissolve in it. The thickness of the solvent may affect the dissolving process of the solute but maybe not by much. Materials:  4 transparent plastic cups or beakers  pen or marker  4 labels  measuring spoons  water  vegetable oil  salt  sugar  4 stir sticks Procedure: 1....   [tags: water, solvent]

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Education: Is it Possible to Turn Failing School Around?

- When a school is failing, the options for next steps can seem impossible or nonexistent, leaving school officials uncertain of what to do next. “Under No Child Left Behind policies, failing schools face the possibilities of ‘restructuring’ whereby half or more of the teachers may be fired or a complete school shutdown.” Many times these schools occur in lower economic areas and students are facing challenges like “lack of health care, more lead-poisoning, iron-deficiency anemia, family instability, more exposure to crime and drugs, fewer positive role models, and less exposure to culturally uplifting experiences.” The question debated is whether we can change these failing schools for the be...   [tags: restructuring, poverty, low performance]

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Does Fast Food Have a Possible Connection with Obsesity?

- Does fast food have a possible connection with obesity. Fast food can lead to obesity but it is also your own personal decision what you eat, why you eat it, what happens to your health, and how much money you spend buying it. People try to blame the government, farmers, grocery stores, and the restaurants itself. Both sides are truly interesting investigations and informative. Some people even think that enforcing public policies could lower obesity rates and encourage more healthier food choices....   [tags: healthier food choices, costs, meal]

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Solutions to the Abortion Problem in America

- Solutions to the Abortion Problem in America Abortion in America is a huge issue that is causing much turmoil between the communities in America. Some people feel this way and some people feel another. I am personally for pro-choice, which means I am against abortion unless it is to save a mothers life due to medical problems. Through research I found that there are many things available that are being done to try and cut the rate of abortion in America and yet I feel that there is still so much more that can be done....   [tags: Abortion]

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