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    Reproductive and Therapeutic Cloning New areas of science often raise questions about safety. Reflecting back on the past medical technologies invented, people have always opposed it but often benefit from it later on in life. The use of in-vitro fertilization, for instance, was once a controversial issue. Some people worried that society could discriminate against humans produced as a result of IVF and humans could spread diseases. Furthermore, its usefulness cannot be predicted because

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    so, this may be a sign for some disorder, can be Alzheimer’s disease. We need to know his age. In one of National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism's publication Tyas (2008) indicates that heavy alcohol use effects on brain are similar to Alzheimer disease (AD) and alcohol use may be risk factor for AD. However, Tyas (2008) also add that there is no strong evidence about this connection. In cultural perspective, for instance for Irish people drinking beer until being drunk may be normal however

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    Children with Down Syndrome Down syndrome affects many people in this world. Not only does it affect the person diagnosed as Downs, but it also affects their family and everyone around them. There are physical characteristics that help you identify somebody with Downs. There are also some health concerns that you need to worry about. In this essay I will give you a clearer understanding of what Downs syndrome is, and what it means to have Downs. Down syndrome can be caused for three different

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    Exposition The story began with Cathie Borrie and her mother Jo, they watched the sea and gazed birds in the peaceful sky. It described that the birds tried to get something; and the birds tried to find love. In the beginning of the story, the birds symbolized love. Loving someone was like adopting and take good care of a bird; Catch the bird, placed in the cage, and love it. But when the bird wanted to fly away, do not stop him. Release and let him fly! if the bird really loves you, he will come

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    The legalization of euthanasia should not even come to debate. People who say that euthanasia is bad, should consider what can be done to save a terminally ill patient? Humans still do not have the medical technology to cure Alzheimer or human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), are you just going to freeze them until you find a cure for them? It takes decades or even centuries to figure out the puzzle that the so-called “God” wants humans to solve. Euthanasia could help a lot in these

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    Legalizing Marijuana Currently, a little less than half of the United States has legalized the use of marijuana for either medical or recreational purposes. (“Working to Reform Marijuana Laws." About Marijuana). Contradicting that movement is a federal law against the possession, use, or distribution of marijuana. If one is tried by the government for any of those reasons he/she can be sentenced anything from $1,000 fine to the death penalty, depending on the degree of the crime. As the United States

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    horrific disease, this essay will discuss the specifics of Alzheimer’s, including what it actually is, what causes it, and how it effects the population. Alzheimer’s disease was first postulated by the Bavarian psychiatrist by the name of Alois Alzheimer in 1906, however very little was known about the illness (Selkoe). Today, it is well documented that Alzheimer’s disease is the leading cause of the mental disorder known as dementia. Furthermore, dementia affects an estimated 25 million people in

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    Experiences have a momentous effect on learning, by physically engaging in an activity allows one to connect their own feelings to the actual concept at hand. When learning a topic relates to the internal experiences of the student it leaves a long-lasting impact. An impact so strong that can result in motivation and one’s own initiative to make a difference. I experienced this strong emotion when I attended the Walk to End Alzheimer’s event on October 11 in Atlantic City. My reason for deciding

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    An overview of the program/service What is the history of the program? Why it was created? • When it was created? Who provided the impetus (motivation) for its creation? According to the website, the Peg Taylor Center was the vision of Innovative Health Care Services (IHCS) headed by volunteer by the name of Peg Taylor who wanted people with cognitive or physical needs to stay in their homes rather than be institutionalized. As of today it serves 60 individuals on a daily basis and has provided over

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    In another study, a control group of 11 elderly people with a mental illness were compared to an experimental group of patients who were introduced to an animal assisted activity for 90 minutes a day once a week, the control group was not allowed to play with the animals but were allowed to see the animals. The animals used were three golden retrievers and a pincher who were all evaluated prior to be sure they were eligible to participate. Before the study the participants were given a survey to

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