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What Does Penicillin Treat?

- What Does Penicillin Treat. What does penicillin treat. There are several different kinds of penicillins, and they treat infections caused by bacteria. Each is used to treat different kinds of infections, and one kind of penicillin usually cannot be used to replace another. In addition, bacterial infections in many different parts of the body are treated with penicillins that work by killing the bacteria or preventing their growth. They are sometimes given with other antibacterial medicines. What Does Penicillin Treat....   [tags: Penicillin, Bacteria, Cell wall]

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Head Lice and How to Treat Them

- There is a myth that head lice only affect the poor or uneducated children. This is furthest from the truth, these creatures affects everyone regardless of the socio-economic status of the family. Lice are transmitted from individual to individual, and are not preventable. Once they grasp onto the scalp, the female lice reproduce an average of ten new eggs daily. There are various ways to treat this condition with vinegar and Listerine with a proven track record of eliminating these annoying pests....   [tags: Informative Essay]

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Treat Depression, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia with Cymbalta

- Product Oriented Article – PDD Tittle – Treat Depression, Anxiety, Fibromyalgia with Cymbalta Keywords – Cheap Cymbalta, Generic Cymbalta,Cymbalta Online To treat certain kinds of infections, your doctor might provide you with a prescription for tablet Cymbalta or Generic Cymbalta. Though it is possible to get Cymbalta from a local pharmacy, many people choose instead to order cheap Cymbalta online as a way to save money. For an even more cost-effective alternative, you can also opt for generic Cymbalta online....   [tags: product oriented article]

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Chocolat Advertisement: A Healthy and Luxurious Treat

- ... It was rare and expensive. The overall appearance of the advertisement is simple and direct. The images of fresh, natural ingredients are appealing to a more mature palate. Children would not be attracted to or understand the relationship between chocolate and salt. Cherries are not an overly sweet fruit and in their fresh state, is an acquired taste. The images of animals on the Endangered Species Chocolate bars are only slices of the whole. The animals they use as graphics are not commonly recognized by children, or for that matter, many adults....   [tags: natural and organic chocolate]

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Infertility: What Causes It and How to Treat It

- Infertility is a very common thing. Infertility can affect your emotions. Both men and women can be infertile. You may have some questions such as, how is infertility caused or how is it treated. In women, infertility is one of the most common causes of women not being able to conceive. 30% of infertility problems are a cause of ovulation disorders. Luckily, 70% of these problems can be treated with drugs like; Clomiphene and Menogan/ Repronex. The causes of infertility can be categorized as the following: hormonal problems, scarred ovaries, premature menopause, and follicle problems....   [tags: men, women, treatment, causes]

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Mitoxantrone and Glatiramer Acetate to Treat MS

- There are a few disease-modifying agents demonstrated to treat MS, two of which are MX and Glatiramer Acetate (GA), which is also known in the market as Copaxone . In general, disease-modifying agents reduce the aggravation of the disease, lessen the number of new lesions detected on MRI scanning, and some of them might slow the progression of the disease. Aside from that MX and GA are nearly different in every other. While MX is an anthracenedione-derived chemotherapeutic drug, GA is an artificial polypeptide composed of L-glutamic acid, L-lysine, L-tyrosine, and L-alanine.21 Furthermore, MX has been proven to treat aggressive forms of MS such as worsening RRMS, SPMS and Progressive-Relap...   [tags: immune, patients, medication]

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Depression : How Do We Treat It?

- Depression in Adolescents: How Do We Treat It. We live in stressful times. Many things happen in America; be it political, scientific, or medical, everything is constantly changing, for better or for worse. Nothing is truly certain. But despite the aforementioned things being more the fears of adults than anyone else, it is not completely unnoticeable to today’s youth, either. Those issues combined with peer pressure, the stress of school, and their growing understanding and maturity as a young adult make it easy to understand why some of those youth have had an episode of depression....   [tags: Major depressive disorder, Antidepressant]

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The Need to Treat Obsesity in the United States

- ... To test this, we will measure core body temperature; -oxidation and browning in adipose depots of K1-KO mice fed a high fat diet or exposed to cold stress. We will measure -oxidation and mitochondrial respiration in K1-KO adipocytes and in inducible IP6K1 knock-down adipocyte cell lines. Utilizing enzyme assays and hydrogen deuterium exchange (HDX) studies, we will determine the molecular mechanism by which IP6K1/IP7 inhibits AMPK. Furthermore, we will monitor the AMPK stimulator; 5-Aminoimidazole-4-carboxamide ribonucleotide (AICAR) mediated -oxidation and insulin sensitivity in K1-KO mice....   [tags: diabetes, energy, metabolism]

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Undoing the Adregenic Response to Treat PTSD

- Why is it that we tend to remember the thrill of a rollercoaster ride we took at age eight, but fail to remember what we ate for breakfast yesterday morning. Why do we remember falling off our bike and scraping our leg, but not what we got on a fifth grade test. It is safe to say that emotionally significant experiences have a certain salience and are likely remembered more often than not. Differentiating what information we will hold on to and what information we will discard, appears to relate to the emotional impact of a memory or event....   [tags: stress disorder, memory, emotional material]

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Treat to America: Military: Power; or Sideshow

- Imagine a barren wasteland in which people must fight and kill each other for the simple luxury of a drink of water. Picture a desert-like area, with no living vegetation or mammals, in which homes are destroyed and reflect the conditions of a third-world country. This, image that your mind has been processing, would be the result of a surprise attack against our country from a terrorist organization or possibly another country itself. The government has been shut down, and the surviving Americans must survive day to day, regretting the choices they had made before the world as they knew it, ended....   [tags: attack, threats, precautions]

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How to Treat Menstrual Cramps or Dysmenorrhoea?

- Menstrual cramps (dysmenorrhoea) are curable. Your physician may offer certain medications to relieve your pain. Sometimes, you may need surgery, if medications do not work well. Some home remedies and lifestyle changes also help manage the condition. Medications The following medications are considered for women with dysmenorrhoea. Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) NSAIDs help relieve pain during your menstruation. Menstrual cramps occur due to a type of chemical substances called prostaglandins, which are secreted by the lining of the uterus (endometrium) during the menstruation....   [tags: woman, painkiller, surgery]

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Should We Treat Minors With Leniency?

- When discussing juvenile offenders, there seems to be a distinct divide between how they should be treated in a court of law. Some believe such young citizens should be treated with leniency in court, while others could not agree less. So this raises the question, “Should we treat minors with more leniency than their adult counterparts because of their young, developing minds?” I believe that treating minors with leniency is doing them an insufferable injustice and it is vital that we treat them in equivalence to adults to instill the lesson that no one wrongful actions are inexcusable because of their age....   [tags: Crime, Law, Criminal law, Criminal justice]

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Materials Available to Treat Dental Caries

- Amalgam is one among the materials available to treat dental caries, which is considered to be the most common oral disease (US, 2010). As part of the restoration procedure amalgam is filled in the teeth after the decayed tissue is removed. Dental amalgam fillings contain powdered silver, tin, and copper combined with metallic mercury (liquid mercury, quicksilver). The components are mixed together in the dentist’s office immediately before use and form a hard-stable material. These “silver” fillings have been used since the nineteenth century and are still used millions of times every year in the United States....   [tags: amalgam, restoration, fillings]

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Always Treat Books Like Gold

- “Always treat books like gold.” “Never settle for the mediocre.” “Best effort doesn’t always mean giving 100%.” To this day, these little nuggets of wisdom are the first to resurface whenever I think of the different teachers and mentors who have poured into my life over the years. The educators who said these words are people who have influenced me in ways that I am still discovering and have helped me grow into who I am today. While these phrases may seem a bit cliché, they have managed to stick with me over the years and now represent much more than the ideas they inspire....   [tags: Learning, Education, Teacher, Learning curve]

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Does Humanity Treat Animals Humanely?

- Does humanity treat animals humanely. Introduction For this project I will be fully researching and sharing my thoughts, opinions and knowledge on the affects humanity has on animals. I will be talking about how we keep animals in captivity in places such as the famous sea life amusement park “SeaWorld” and its controversial effects on Orcas – commonly known as Killer Whales. As well as this I will also be talking about animal testing. Throughout this assignment I will be sharing cold hard facts and disturbing information about the captivation of animals as well as showing the benefits and how it educates young people, although my main goal for this topic is to explain why humanity should c...   [tags: Whale, Killer whale, Beached whale, Mammal]

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Trickery or Treat in Richard the Third

- Trickery or Treat in Richard the Third In the play "Richard III", Richard's trickery and manipulation ultimately leads to his downfall. His goals are based on what he can get from others and how they can help him, not on helping himself. This paper shows how Richard uses his skills of trickery and manipulation to not only move up on the hierarchy, but to actually get elected king. He uses his trickery to get Anne his wife to help move up his position on the hierarchy; he uses his trickery to get elected and to get his men to fight for him and not for the better of the country....   [tags: Papers]

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The Use of DNA to Treat Disease

- The Use of DNA to Treat Disease In recent years there have been great advances in medical science. Scientists believe that a gene can be transplanted into humans who suffer from severe diseases that are life threatening. These gene transplants could perhaps cure diseases for which no effective treatment now exists. This treatment is called gene therapy, one method in a series of genetic techniques called genetic engineering. Many benefits can be seen in the future if this research is allowed to continue, however, concerns about how gene therapy could effect humans in the future and the ethics involved with possible misuse of the techniques could hinder this vital res...   [tags: Papers]

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The New Drugs to Treat Hypertension

- The New Drugs to Treat Hypertension The purpose of this report is two discuss the Pharmacodynamics, pharmacokinetics, proposed benefits, research method, results of research, and possible-nursing implications of newly approved drugs for the treatment of hypertension. These drugs include Atacand HCT and Diltiazem HCL. All newly approved drugs from the FDA are either new drugs or new formulations of older drugs. The information contained in this report was derived from various web pages and online search engines....   [tags: Papers]

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How to Treat a Burn

- How to Treat a Burn Burns are classified in three categories according to their severity. First-Degree Burns affect the outer layer of the skin, first-degree burns cause pain, redness, and swelling. They usually do not require medical attention. Second-Degree Burns affect both the outer and underlying layer of the skin, causing pain, redness, swelling, and blistering. Third-Degree Burns Severe tissue damage is evident involving the skin, fatty tissue, nerves, and other tissues deep below the surface....   [tags: Papers]

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How to Treat Prion Diseases

- How to Treat Prion Diseases Abstract Scientists are stumped as to the development and nature of proteinaceous infectious particles. Neither virus nor bacteria, these prions, are believed to cause transmissible spongiform encephalopathies (TSE), rare diseases said to be 100% fatal, without possessing nucleic acids. Their unhindered growth is thought to be the cause for bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), or Mad Cow Disease, Creutzfeldt-Jakob (CJD), scrapie and other TSE, diseases characterized by the brain microscopically turning into sponge-like matter....   [tags: Medical Disease]

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Can Apps Be Used Treat Depression And Anxiety?

- Can Apps be Used to Treat Depression and Anxiety. “1 in 10 Americans have been affected by depression and/or anxiety, but only 20% have actually reached out for treatment” (HealthLine Networks). Many people do not have the time or money to receive treatment for their illnesses. Some people brush off the sadness and try to fight through it. Depression and anxiety are very serious mental health illness that need to be treated. Apps have been created for smartphones to help those who struggle with these illnesses to help relieve the symptoms....   [tags: Anxiety, Psychology, Psychiatry, Mental illness]

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The Use of Medical Image to Diagnose and Treat Illness

- If this was a perfect world, the moment a person underwent a surgery there would be no risk of having after effects of a major surgery. The doctors would be able to diagnose, treat and cure patients without causing any harmful side effects but reality is the total opposite of this. There is something that is helping to improve the perfect world that we reside upon in the medical field with Medical Imaging this fact has been improving. The use of medical imaging has provided the opportunity to the doctors to see inside a patient without having to cut them open....   [tags: doctors, surgery, cure patients]

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Surgery Should Be Used Treat Type 2 Diabetes

- The article I selected is, “Surgery should be used to treat type 2 diabetes, say international experts”. According to S. Boseley the author of this article, “In 1979, there were approaching 100 million people worldwide with diabetes. Last year that had risen to 422 million, although the figure was probably an underestimate. Global obesity had fueled It (Boseley, S. 2016)”. There are two type of diabetes, “ type 1 diabetes, which is usually genetic and found in younger people amounted to only 5-10% of the total of the 422 million ( Boseley, S....   [tags: Obesity, Diabetes mellitus, Nutrition, Insulin]

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Cognitive Behaviorial Therapy to Treat Somotoform Disorders

- This paper addresses the use of cognitive behavioral therapy (“CBT”) to treat somatoform disorders and analyzes CBT both in general and how it compares to other treatments for the same disorder. Given the somewhat limited analysis of this treatment area by medical and mental health professionals, and as a result of the relatively recent nature of the analysis that does exist, various recommendations are discussed with respect to improvement of the existing treatment methodology. Somatoform Disorders The Diagnostic and Statistical Manuel of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-V), describes somatoform disorders as a group of related mental health symptoms that are characterized by a patient’...   [tags: diagnosis, antidepressant medication]

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Discussion of Too Brief a Treat: The Letters of Truman Capote

- Truman Capote, over the span of his lifetime, wrote numerous letters to the people in his life. Several of these letters were grouped together in a chronological anthology entitled Too Brief a Treat: The Letters of Truman Capote. Many letters were written during the time Capote was writing and researching his novel In Cold Blood. These particular letters convey Capote’s true feelings throughout the years he is involved with the murder case, and bring to light many of the struggles Capote went through to create a monumental piece of literature....   [tags: Literary Analysis ]

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How to Treat Dyslexia in Our Children, Questions and Answers

- 1. What is the design inquiry/problem are you addressing. To develop better ways for dyslexic children to concentrate and memorize . 2. How does technology factor in with your design problem. Children spend more time infront an ipad than a paperbook. An ipad allows them to interact with it at his or her own pace. Additionally, Technology allows dyslexics to overcome difficulties with math and spellings. 3. Is your project’s concept original. If so, how is it original. • If the concept is not original, what has been done before....   [tags: disability, learning, concentrate]

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Social Workers At The Middle Stage Of Treat Groups

- There are seven different activities social workers usually perform in the middle stage of treat groups. The first of the seven activities is preparing for the group meeting. Preparing for the group meeting is having all required materials ready and being up-to-date with the information to properly help clients. For example, if you are unfamiliar with one of the client’s cultural beliefs, this could mean informing and educating yourself to become cultural competent. Also, preparing for the group meeting could mean planning any activities for the meeting....   [tags: Sociology, Social work, Agenda, Goal]

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How Parents Treat And Take Care Of Their Children

- WOW what foul language corey is saying towards his mom. I’ve noticed many ways  parents treat and take care of their children throughout the years. This lack of “great” parenting, which is not really “great” is something that has been criticized for many years. In my first year of school, when I was in kindergarten many students acted different than me. Some students treated the teacher differently and gave attitude to them, while other students were very nice and cooperative with the teacher. “ Stop it and leave me alone!!!” screamed a friend of mine to Mrs....   [tags: Education, Teacher, Parent, School]

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We Should Treat All Explicit Knowledge as Problematic

- “We should treat all explicit knowledge as problematic” Explicit knowledge is knowledge that has passed through the process of articulation or is subject to articulation. It is also able to be codified and also amassed in particular media. This knowledge is also manageably convenient to transfer from one place to another. Encyclopedia and online sources such as the Wikipedia are very good examples of sources of explicit knowledge. Most people do not possess the know-how or skill or morale to articulate their beneficial knowledge to the society....   [tags: Political Science]

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The Problem With How We Treat Bipolar Disorder

- Learning about personality disorders has proven to be a challenge to me, because I have constantly found myself worrying about all of the little symptoms I see in both myself and my friends. It feels like I’m constantly trying to diagnose us because they are mostly late onset diseases. Though there were many interesting points, to read the article The Problem With How We Treat Bipolar Disorder only served to aid that silly concern. The first part of the article that stood out to me was the fact that the onset of Maria Doe´s illness was insidious, gradual, and inexorable.” How scary it must be to all of the sudden start to feel like you aren’t yourself and things are getting bad but to not...   [tags: learning and personality disorders]

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How Does The Prison System Treat Trans Inmates?

- Orange Is the New Black; three years ago that statement would have been met with laughing. How could someone possibly think that a colour like orange could even remotely come close to the classic, chic, colour that is black. But now if one were to say that phrase, most people go crazy. Orange Is the New Black is a television show sweeping the world. It has everything we love and are fascinated by: sex, drugs, rule breakers, and personal narratives that keep you on edge. The most interesting part of the show however, is Lavern Cox’s character, Sophia Burset....   [tags: Transgender, Sex reassignment surgery, Gender]

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How Works Studied Treat The Problem Of Living Within A Fallen World

- Exploring and Discussing how Works Studied Treat the Problem of Living in a Fallen World From each of the works studied, the characters experience the fall of man in which the world 's "centre cannot hold"(L.4), consequently leaving the characters where the essences and God are lost. A world without God is a world of anarchy, violence and death also know as a fallen (postlapsarian) world, and characters experience this world after the fall of man occurs. The works in which characters treat the problem of living in a fallen world include: James Joyce 's "Araby", Joseph Conrad 's Heart of Darkness, Sophocles ' Oedipus Rex, Wordsworth 's "Tintern Abbey", and Mathew Arnold 's "Dover Beach"....   [tags: Heart of Darkness, Kurtz, Oedipus the King]

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Anti-addiction Medicines Could be Used to Treat the Obesity Related to Food Addiction

- Obesity, associated with some serious health problems, including diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancer, has become a serious problem in the USA, and over one-third of American adults are obese (Makowski, 2011, p. 489). However, there are few available and effective drugs to treat obesity. In fact, the last obesity drug approved in the United States was Xenical® in 1999, which is little used but the only medicine for long-term obesity treatments (Pollack, 2011, February 1). Currently, there is some evidence shown the link between obesity and addiction....   [tags: Bupropion and Naltrexone]

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Using Quality and Safety Education for Nurses to Prevent and Treat Clostridium Difficile

- The QSEN initiative is the progression of quality and safety of education for nurses that began in 2005 and has been continued over the past eight years. It is a multi-phase process that shows current and future nurses how to apply knowledge, skills, and attitudes to their everyday nursing activities(QSEN, 2013, 1). Nurses and student nurses can use their knowledge, skills and attitudes to help prevent never events such as hospital acquired conditions. Never events are medical errors that could have been serious and preventable....   [tags: QSEN Initiative]

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A Study On Psychiatric Disorders And How Evidence Based Methods Are Used For Treat These Disorders

- This past week I have been on a slight emotional rollercoaster led by stress due to homework assignments and life. Not only do I have 3 research papers due less than a month and a presentation along with summary regarding my “student” client Ms B, my personal life (father) are adding the cherry to the top of my “stress” ice cream sundae. Although I was informed of the hard work that lies in a MA education, I am having a hard time allocating my time towards my studies. Working hard is the obvious and I know it pays off, especially after graduating from an accelerated undergrad program with high honors earlier this year....   [tags: Father, Mother, Psychology, Mind]

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How Men Treat Women and Children in The Collector of Treasure by Bessie Head

- ... She can prove that she is able to feed and clothe her children and pay for their school educations out of the small income she earns from her job sewing and knitting for other people in the village. Her neighbor Kenalepe’s husband, Paul in the other hand, is completely different from Garesego. They have a long happily marriage and wonderful life which Kenalepe told to her friends in great details. Paul is the second type of man. Finding out that men like Paul still exist brings Dikeledi an eye opening experience....   [tags: care, love, torture, marriage]

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Sleep Deprivation and Reduction, Sleep Disorders, and the Drugs used to treat them.

- It is important for everyone to get enough sleep, but many people often ignore it. If people do not get enough sleep they may experience sleep deprivation. Sleep deprivation can have negative effects. When people do not get enough sleep or less, they may feel crabby and unable to function as well as they usually do the next day. Balancing work and parenting as a single parent in today’s society is tough. Juggling children, work, taking care of home, and cart the children to extracurricular activities are a lot for one’s plate....   [tags: Health, Insomnia]

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Case Study Concerns an Infant that Died due to the Wrong Medication Treat

- In sum,( Roberta Carroll’s , Risk Management Handbook for Health care Organizations), Case study concerns an infant who was prescribed a medication to treat congenital syphilis that was transmitted from the infant’s mother.( Roberta Carroll,2009) “The hospital did not have a complete medical history from the mother. A dosage of benezathine pen g 150,000 IM was written to be administered to the infant. All of the health professionals involved were unfamiliar with the medication and treatment procedures of this kind....   [tags: medicine dosis, nurse, health care, risk manager]

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Should Doctors Treat Inmates Awaiting Execution Like Patients With A Terminal Illness?

- Should doctors treat inmates awaiting execution like patients with a terminal illness.  The federal and the medical world remains divided on whether medical personnel should assist in state executions. The 8th amendment prohibits cruel and unusual punishment, such as executing an inmate by a firing squad, hanging, or electrocution.  To carry out this law, the courts has required medical personnel assistances in state executions through the lethal injection procedure.   Unfortunately, the American Medical Association has strictly declared that it is a violation against medical ethics for doctors to participate in state executions, which encourages many medical personnel to ignore inmates unde...   [tags: Lethal injection, Capital punishment, Physician]

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Persuasive Speech : Not Treat People Differently Just Because Of Their Religion

- General Purpose: To Persuade. Specific Purpose: To Persuade the audience to not treat people differently just because of their religion. Central Idea: Due to recent terrorizing events all around the globe, people are starting to be scared of some religion, especially Islam. Due to this fear of Islam people have been treating all the Muslim as terrorist and doing wrong to them just because they are generalizing the Muslim community as terrorists. Introduction: Attention Getter: It was the month of January, a student arrived at school feeling really confident about the test he was about to take in his History class....   [tags: Islam, Muhammad, Muslim, Qur'an]

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Should Pediatricians Refuse Treat Patients Who Don 't Vaccinate?

- In the article “Should Pediatricians Refuse to Treat Patients Who Don’t Vaccinate?” Perry Klass presents an issue in the New York Times that deals with refusing services to those patients who are not vaccinated. Klass (2016), declares that doctors cannot agree on the controversial issue that came up in the American Academy of Pediatrics Annual Leadership Forum. According to Klass (2016), doctors are afraid that they could get ill or that patients who are not vaccinated could get other people in their waiting rooms ill as well....   [tags: Vaccination, Vaccine]

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First Communication Between Adrian And Jenny 's Withdrawal The Rules That Govern Offer And Acceptance Must Be An Offer

- Jenny For there to be an enforceable contract there must be an offer which is accepted by both parties. In determining whether this has occurred between Adrian and Jenny prior to Jenny’s withdrawal the rules that govern offer and acceptance must be analysed. An offer is an expression of willingness and intention to be bound by the outlined terms on the acceptance of that offer as outlined by G.H Trietel (Laws, 2015). A persons intention to be bound is interpreted objectively, with the viewpoint of the ‘reasonable person’ applied to determine those intentions (Smith v....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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Darren Can Sue Wonderstores For Breach Of Contract

- Here we are going to outline whether Darren can sue Wonderstores for breach of contract. To determine whether Darren has a case to sue Wonderstores we need to decide whether a contract was formed between the two. If a contract was formed then Darren may be able to sue Wonderstores. A contract “is based on the existence of an agreement... In law an agreement consists of two elements, there must be an offer from one party which is then accepted by another” . Therefore offer and acceptance will be discussed for this case....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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The Case Of Carlill V Carbolic Smoke Ball Co

- Conventionally a contract agreement is expressed as ‘an offer and acceptance’, which is the basis of a legally binding contract. There are traditionally two parties involved; the offeror, who makes the offer; and the offeree, who accepts that offer and creates a binding contract. In an offer the offeror must have shown or had the intention to be bound by that contract. In the case of Carlill V Carbolic Smoke Ball Co, this view is subverted and in the 19th Century it was new and unusual; due to the Claimant purchasing the Smoke Ball from a retailer and not Carbolic Smoke Ball Co....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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The Case Of Carlill V Carbolic 256

- One of the last remaining strongholds of classical contract law is the notion that contracts require offer and acceptance therefore, in order for a contract to become binding, offer, acceptance, consideration and intention to create legal relations must exist. However contracts are formed in different ways for each different circumstance. (Shawn Bayern, Offer and Acceptance in Modern Contract Law: A Needles Concept, 103 Cal. L. Rev. 67, 102 (2015) Law for Business Students defines offer as a full clear statement of terms on which the offeror is prepared to do business with the person(s) to whom the offer is communicated....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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The Extra $ 2000 Promised By Fred?

- Question One Issue: Whether Bob had any consideration for the extra $2,000 promised by Fred. Law: If the promisee is simply performing a duty which they have contractually obliged to perform under the original contract with the promisor, this cannot be a consideration for a fresh promise. This rule was established in the Stilk v. Myrick (1809) and the Cook Islands Shipping Ltd v. Colson Builders Ltd (1975) cases. Following Williams v. Roffey Brothers (1990) case, an existing contractual obligation may still be held to create real consideration when the promisor obtains a real practical benefit....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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Society's Expectations: In the Play The Doll´s House

- ... With Nora to be out a “spendthrift”, it looks bad on him. In the time setting, women were held to expectations from society to be submissive to their husbands, but Nora and Kristine were anything but such. Nora found ways to manipulate all three men, Krogstad, Torvald, and doctor Rank. When Nora went behind Torvald to borrow the money from the bank, her intentions were selfless, she wanted to help her husband get better. In her efforts to do so, she was “blackmailed and confiding secrets to others with Torvald just a room away, which makes the tension rocket (Benedict)”....   [tags: character, treat, react, selfish]

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What I Have Learned from School

- ... I would take all day long so I could be seen as a rebel, cool, and a leader. My teachers called me into a meeting that consisted of me, Ms.Resse, Ms.Bullin, Ms.Smith, and Ms.Hariss. They all told me that I was bright and needed to get my act together before anything drastic happened. Ms.Resse saw something in me that no one ever saw before and that made me realize that I was a menace to society. Ms.Resse taught me to channel my anger and frustration into something that make a better cause for everyone and me....   [tags: center, treat, kindness]

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The Case Of Harvey V Facey

- This scenario had led to issues surrounding offer and acceptance. Advising Homer will come to a conclusion whether he has or has not entered a legally binding contract with Christine and/or Louis. The following issues that will be encountered feature; the postal rule, effective communication, reasonable amount of time for a contract to lapse, revocation of an offer and finally the question whether it will be invitation to treat or an offer to enter a contract. Before any contract is formed there are aspects that must be fulfilled....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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Williams V. Walter Carwardine

- Williams v Carwardine Walter Carwardine was killed. Mr. Carwardine, the victim’s brother and defendant posted notice that he would pay £20 for those who would give information that would lead to the conviction of the murderer of his brother. Mrs. Williams gave a statement that led to conviction of his husband for the murder of Walter. Then she tried to claim the reward of £20 from Mr. Carwardine, however, Mr. Carwardine refused to pay. Then Mrs. William sued Mr. Carwardine for the reward. The court held that Mrs....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat]

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We Must Not Treat Muslims as We Treated the Japanese

- We Must Not Treat Muslims as We Treated the Japanese The terrorist attacks on 9-11 have frequently been analogized to Pearl Harbor. In many ways, the analogy is apt. Just as that attack launched us into World War II, the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon have launched us into a new kind of war, against terrorism. But waging this sort of borderless war poses great risks, not only to the soldiers commanded to fight but also to core American values. In this way, Pearl Harbor raises other disturbing memories, those of the internment....   [tags: September 11 Terrorism Essays]

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How To Treat a Woman On Your First Date

- How To Treat a Woman On Your First Date I hear the complaints from my girlfriends all the time; men are clueless when it comes to planning and carrying out a good first date. Not to offend any men out there (well-intentioned though you may be), but it seems that some of you have no idea what to do, where to go, how to act, or what to wear on the first date. I know this first-hand. I’ve had my share of bad dates—really bad dates. However, one date lives in infamy as the worst date I ever had. My date (we’ll call him Bob to protect the not-so-innocent) arrived at my house dressed in dirty jeans and a T-shirt; I, on the other hand, was wearing a nice black pants-suit....   [tags: Process Essays]

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Treat Juveniles Differently than Adult Criminals

- Treat Juveniles Differently than Adult Criminals I do not think it is a good idea to lock juveniles up in prisons with adults. For a child to set down and plan a murder for instance, there would have to be some kind of deep emotional problem. On the other side of this, if the child knows right from wrong and he can sit down and plan a murder, then you could say if he is old enough to kill someone then he is old enough to die. The juvenile criminal is rooted much deeper than right from wrong....   [tags: Papers]

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The Case Of Jin Ho And Narvin

- The issue of the case study is whether a contract was appointed between Jin Ho and Narvin, in regards to the sale of the C-Phone Xi limited edition. Offer and acceptance is an essential element within a contract in order for it to be legally binding; within the case of Jin Ho and Narvin, there is an invitation to treat from Narvin, and an offer from Jin Ho; however, no acceptance from Narvin in regards to said offer. There was intention to create a legally binding contract between Narvin and Jin Ho as there was to be both consideration; for the phone from Narvin and the money from Jin Ho, and capacity of both parties; as neither were underage, intoxicated or mentally ill at the time the cont...   [tags: Contract, Contract law, Invitation to treat]

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The Law Of Contract For Example Carlill V Carbolic Smoke Ball

- The question is about the law of contract. For example Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball. The manufacturers had published the products on newspaper advertisements. Based on this action, the advertisement is invitation to treat. However, in this case it can be consider as unilateral offer whereby the offeror doesn’t know who is going to accept the offer. It is because this case does contain promise which can be an offer. However, Miss Carlill won the case because the judge evaluated this case as a contract which is acceptance by conduct....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat, Contract law]

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Contract Law : A Contract

- Contract Law A contract is an agreement between two parties in which one party agrees to perform some actions in return of some consideration. These promises are legally binding. The contract can be for exchange of goods, services, property and so on. A contract can be oral as well as written and also it can be part oral and part written but it is useful to have written contract otherwise issues can be created in future. But both the written as well as oral contract is legally enforceable. Also if there is a breach of contract, there are certain remedies for that which are discussed later in the assignment....   [tags: Contract, Contract law, Invitation to treat]

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An Example Of An Advertisement

- According to Elliot and Quinn, in order for a contract to exist one party must make and offer and the other must have accepted it, thus resulting a legally binding contract. Contracts can take many forms but are generally split into two types, bilateral and unilateral. In bilateral contacts, each party takes on a specific obligation and one promising the other to do something in return for something else. Unilateral contracts, on the other hand mean that acceptance and performance constitute the same act therefore, no prior communication of acceptance is practicable....   [tags: Contract, Invitation to treat, Contract law]

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Greek Xenia in The Odyssey

- All throughout The Odyssey there are scenes of good and bad xenia, or hospitality. It can be seen that hospitality is extremely important in the Greek culture, both how someone treats their guests and how the guests treat the host. A closer look chronologically into the good, then bad examples will show how one acts affects the actions that are brought upon them when they either follow or disobey Zeus' Law. Right at the beginning of The Odyssey, the reader is shown the hospitality that Telemachus has....   [tags: hospitality, culture, treat, guests, actions]

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How Judges Should Properly Respond And Treat Criminal Attempts Within The Realm Of Early English Common Law

- The quandary of how judges should properly respond and treat criminal attempts within the realm of early English Common Law can be traced back to two philosophers, known as Plato and Henry of Bracton (Samaha, 2013). While they both had their influence on common law, each man had a dissimilar view of how criminal attempts should be treated. Plato believed that if a person had the intention to commit a crime that he or she should be treated as if the crime was completed regardless if they succeeded or not (Samaha, 2013)....   [tags: Criminal law, Crime, Law, Common law]

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Defining And Discuss Osteoporosis : What Dietary Interventions Can Help Prevent Or Treat Osteoporosis

- 1. Define and discuss osteoporosis. Include in your discussion information on how osteoporosis develops; how age, sex, hormones, and genetics affect it; how activity affects it; and what dietary interventions can help prevent or treat osteoporosis. Osteoporosis is a disease in which the bones become porous and fragile due to loss of minerals. Bone has two components: the outer, hard shell of cortical bone is very dense bone tissue that forms the outer shell, and the inner, lacy matrix of trabecular bone is the inner structure of calcium crystals that supports the bone structure while providing a calcium storage bank....   [tags: Bone, Osteoporosis, Skeletal system, Vitamin D]

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Diabetes: A Different Way to Treat It

- ... For people who choose to take insulin to manage dibetes, they will have to spend millions of dollars over their life time becaue they have to buy insulin. When managing diabetes most people choose to take insulin or some oral medications. Metformin is generally recommended as a first line treatment for type two diabetes, as there is good evidence that it decreases mortality. Routine use of aspirin, however, has not been found to improve outcomes in uncomplicated diabetes. 4 Insilin is injected daily into a persons body subcantanously....   [tags: disease, glucose, insulin, energy, problems]

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Treat the Person, Not the Disease

- Caring is at the heart of the nurse’s power to work with people in a respectful and therapeutic way. In therapeutic relationship, the patient and the nurse come to know one another so the relationship becomes one of the healing because: mobilizing the hope for both patient and nurse; assisting the client in using social, emotional, or spiritual resources; finding an interpretation or understanding of illness, symptoms, or emotions that is acceptable to the patient (Perry & Sams, 2014). Dr. Jane Watson nursing theorist describes the caring relationship in a spiritual sense....   [tags: Health, Nurse, Caring]

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Acupunture and Meformine to Treat Diabetes

- Objective: To analyze the difference of blood glucose level in intervention of acupuncture combine with Metformin 500mg tablet and intervention of just Metformin 500mg tablet in Diabetes Mellitus type 2. Methods: A randomised controlled trial with six weeks follow up were done. This research was randomized pre-post test. Total of 85 people patients with diabetes mellitus type 2 come as acupuncture patients in “Rungkut” private clinic Surabaya, Indonesia, from January 2013 to January 2014. After screening 73 subjects who had met the inclusion criteria were invited to participate in the study....   [tags: glucose, indonesia, research]

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Use of Fetal Tissue Research to Cure/Treat Neurological Disorder

- Use of Fetal Tissue Research to Cure/Treat Neurological Disorder The assertion that brain equals behavior brings up many questions and concerns. I am currently most concerned by the effects of physical damage to the brain. Although we have concluded that behavior is based at the lowest level upon the workings of neurons, it is the actual integration of these neurons that account for behavior. Any damage done to the brain either by disease or other disorders can result in a direct change in not only behavior but also personality and our very concept of self....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]

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Muddy Buddy Memories

- ... The shopping cart is then loaded up with 3 multi packs of Chex. Next we head to the sweets aisle where we find the Nestle semisweet chocolate chips. I then fill up the cart with as many bags as possible; usually around 5 or 6. Farther down the same aisle we stock up on peanut butter and margarine, and then we head down to the check-out station. Once we load up the car with all our ingredients, we make one more stop on the way home at Safeway to pick up Chocolate Chex, vanilla, powdered sugar and wax paper....   [tags: christmas, process, tradition, groceries, treat]

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Should We Continue with Genetic Testing?

- The world was shocked when Angelina Jolie, an icon not only for her acting career but for her incredible beauty, chose to have a double mastectomy after receiving results from a genetic screening. Just like her aunt who died of the disease, Jolie carried a gene that put her at high risk for developing breast cancer. The test empowered her to make a decision that eliminated the threat of cancer, allowing her to continue being a mother, wife, and public figure. Even with triumphant stories of Angelina Jolie and others who choose genetic testing, negative controversy surrounds this practice....   [tags: cancer, treat, prevent, diseases, test, results]

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Use of Gold Complexes to Treat Cancer

- INTRODUCTION During recent years, platinum based drugs have been considered as a hallmark of cancer chemotherapy due to its considerable success in the treatment of a wide variety of cancer types. The most significant and commonly used form of platinum based drugs is cisplatin. Although treatment with cisplatin has found success on many occasions, its broad mode of action and overuse has led to toxic side effects in patients as well as increasing drug resistance in some tumor cells.1 For those reasons combined, scientists have redirected their investigation into other metal based drugs in attempt to find potential alternatives that can overcome cisplatin resistance and lessen the severity of...   [tags: Gold Compounds, AntiCancer]

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Pyogenic Infections and How to Treat Them

- DISCUSSION Pyogenic infections are characterized by severe local inflammation, usually with pus development. It’s an incursion by and growth of pathogenic microorganism in a bodily part or tissue, which may produce succeeding tissue injury and development to overt disease through a variety of cellular or toxic mechanisms, generally caused by one of the pigeons bacteria. Infectious microorganisms such as Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, Neisseria, Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas (Sarala et al., 2010), Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhi, Mycobacterium tuberculosis (Singh et al., 2013) and some other species of pathogenic bacteria usually produce pus....   [tags: inflammation, tissue, mechanisms, pus]

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Don't Treat Juvenile Offenders As Adults

- Prior to 1899, in the United States, child offenders over the age of seven were imprisoned in the same facilities as adult offenders. As a result of political and social reformers, society’s views on juvenile justice began to shift to a more sympathetic view. Beginning in 1899, individual states began to address the youth incarceration problem by establishing youth reform homes, the predecessor to juvenile dentition centers. The objective of these homes was the rehabilitation of juvenile offenders for their re-entry into society and for the greater good....   [tags: Youth Incarceration]

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How to Treat Mental Health Conditions

- ... In Pavlov's famous experiment dogs were conditioned to salivate on hearing a bell because it was previously associated with food (Toates, 2010, P. 23-24). Classical conditioning could explain phobia acquisition if we assume that phobias are learned behaviour and classical conditioning is a type of learning. Support for this comes from the 'Little Albert' experiment where an infant was 'conditioned' to be scared of a rat by pairing its exposure with a loud noise (McLannahan, 2010, pp. 107-108)....   [tags: disorders, monoamine hypothesis]

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Ototoxic Medication to Treat Hearing Loss

- SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENT Question 1. 1. Bilateral Symmetrical Normal-Moderate Sloping Sensorneural Hearing Loss 2. It is Ototixicity, the site of lesion is within the inner ear in the cochlea hair cells. Mr T is currently taking medication for Multi Drug-Resistant TB, many TB medication are ototoxic( side effect of hearing loss ear and / or tinnitus) to the hearing (Cristobal & Oghalai, 2008; Da Costa, Rosito & Dornelles, 2009; Munro & Blount, 2009; Schreiber, Agrup, Haskard & Luxon, 2010). The MDR-TB medication is ototoxic therefore the medication causes functional impairment and cellular generation to the tissues of the inner ear, and especially of the end-organs and neurons of the cochlear an...   [tags: noise, medication, prevention]

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Comparing the Ways in Which Mrs. Casper, Mr. Sugden and Mr. Farthing Treat Billy in A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines

- Comparing the Ways in Which Mrs. Casper, Mr. Sugden and Mr. Farthing Treat Billy in A Kestrel for a Knave by Barry Hines I am going to compare how these three characters, Mrs. Casper, Mr.Sugden and Mr. Farthing treat Billy, a 14 year old boy, living up north in a rough school and he has quite a hard time. Mrs. Casper, who is Billy's mother, has no time for Billy "Oh stop pestering me. I'm late enough as it is!" She finds her social life and nights out more important than listening to what Billy has to say....   [tags: Papers]

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Comparing the Ways in Which a Tabloid Newspaper and a Broadsheet Newspaper Treat the Same News Story

- Comparing the Ways in Which a Tabloid Newspaper and a Broadsheet Newspaper Treat the Same News Story The death of John Thaw was announced in national newspapers on the Friday 22nd of February 2002. In my essay I am going to compare the story of John Thaws death from two newspapers. These newspapers are the Mirror, which is a tabloid and the Times which is a broadsheet. Tabloid newspapers include the Sun, Star, and Mirror. Broadsheet newspapers include the Gaurdian, Times, and the Daily Telegraph....   [tags: Papers]

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What is Menieres Disease and What Is the Best Way to Treat It?

- ... Other dietary changes such as cutting back on caffeine, alcohol and smoking have been reported to improve symptoms. Alcohol affects blood vessels in the body and caffeine has been shown to constrict blood vessels. This makes tinnitus worse and more frequent. Eating such things in moderation is key to overcoming these symptoms (menieres australia, 2013). Background noise can help mask ringing in the ears. This is useful when trying to sleep or work. There are devices available such as tinnitus relaxers which play soothing music and sounds....   [tags: vertigo, tennitus, progressive deafness]

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Myobacterium Tuberculosis (TB): What It Is and How to Treat It

- Imagine yourself coughing for more than 3 weeks with pain in your chest. Now picture coughing up blood or sputum when there should only be phlegm or nothing at all. You have lost your appetite, experience weakness and fatigue, endure night sweats and a fever. Your first instinct is to see a physician, which confirmed your worst nightmare; an infection with the scariest rod-shaped/bacillus monster – The Myobacterium Tuberculosis (Mtb). Mycobacterium Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection which usually attacks the lungs....   [tags: infection, lungs, system, body]

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Use of CBT to Treat Victims of Domestic Violence

- Women will continue to suffer from domestic violence unless there is some sort of intervention to help them. When dealing with this population, it is essential to create a safe environment where the woman can talk freely about the abuse without any retaliation from the abuser. When someone comes into a therapeutic session, everyone deserves to be treated with respect and care. This in turn will create a sense of hope that a different type of life can be possible. Also, knowing that there is a support system can help the woman begin the process of change....   [tags: Violence Against Women Essays]

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Trick Or Treat: The Worst Night of My Life

- ... “Cam, we have to get out of here.” “I don’t know how. I tried the front doors and they’re locked; we’ll have to find a window or something.” I put my head in my hands and start to cry. Are we going to get out of this. Will I ever see my family again. Will our deaths be quick, or slow, like the others. Cameron pulls me into a long hug, and somehow, I manage to calm down. I lay my head on his shoulder and whisper, “Will we ever get out of here. Are we going to die today?” He looks at me and, with a thick voice says, “ I will get you out of this....   [tags: nightmare, knife, die]

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Using Complementary and Alternative Medicines to Treat Cancer

- ... “Ayurvedic medicine (also called Ayurveda) is one of the world’s oldest medical systems.” (Ayurvedic Medicine: An Introduction) Acid/Alkaline and Ayurvedic medicines are two kinds of Alternative medicine that are both used in separate occasions, like Acid/Alkaline is used to supply proper mineralization, and Ayurvedic medicine could be used for many different things. Sometimes, it could be used for Schizophrenia, Diabetes, etc. There are also some medication that can be used to restore levels of dopamine....   [tags: hope, mainstream medicine]

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Muslim Women and the Effects of 9/11: The Need to Understand How to Treat the Psychological Aftermath

- Discrimination, prejudice, and racism are all terms far too similar and encountered by multiple cultures. A vast amount of individuals have experienced these different terms, unfortunately some individuals belonging to certain minority cultures experience them more often than others. After the attacks on 9/11, the Muslim culture became a major target for actions such as discrimination. The media, especially in regards to women and their attire, fueled warped views about this culture. There are beliefs that women in this culture are oppressed and forced to wear a veil, or hijab, however their views and opinions are not taken into account regarding these statements that are being portrayed thr...   [tags: Culture ]

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Evaluation of a Biofilter to Treat Swine House Pit Ventialtion Exhaust

- The swine industry is an important part of agriculture in North Carolina. The industry has grown from just over 2.5 million in 1987 to over 10 million animals in 2007 (USDA, 1992; USDA, 2007). As of 2007 North Carolina was the 2nd largest hog producing state (USDA, 2007). Animal feeding operations (AFOs) are sources of substances that affect air quality such as, ammonia (NH3), hydrogen sulfide (H2S), carbon dioxide (CO2), methane (CH4), VOCs, particulate matter (PM) and odor. The explosion in the number of hogs in North Carolina has led to new legislation in the state to protect the environment and public health....   [tags: Research Proposal]

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