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  • Rheumatoid Arthritis Research Papers

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    rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is an inflammatory autoimmune disease that affected 1.3 million adults in the U.S. in 2005 (Helmick et al. 2008). Incidence of RA increased by 2.5% between 1995 and 2007 among women with a small decrease of incidence among men (Myasoedova et al. 2010). RA is a painful, debilitating disease that causes stiff and tender joints and affects the heart, skin, and other organs (Scott, Wolfe, and Huizinga 2010). RA is characterized by joint inflammation and swelling, production

  • Pro Life Vs. Pro-Life In The US Declaration Of Independence

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    The 2nd paragraph of the U.S. Declaration of Independence states that: We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness.” (Declaration of Independence par. 2). Does that right extend to everyone? The disabled? The blind? Of course, we would answer yes in a heartbeat because we are taught that “all men” means everyone. What about babies? Especially

  • The Negative Methods Of Birth Control

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    Eig writes "For as long as men and women have been making babies, they 've been trying not to” (Gibson). He reports that early contraceptive options offered

  • The Importance Of Personalized Medicine

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    have refused to give patients emergency contraception since it conflicts with their religious views. This is false because emergency contraceptive does not terminate an existing pregnancy but prevents a future pregnancy. Many women seek this medication since they are not prepared to have a child and chose to take an emergency contraceptive. Emergency contraceptive such as Plan B was released in 1999 and in 2000 Mifepristone both were approved by the Federal Drug Administration. They have multiple

  • Sexual Health Education in China

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    Comprehensive Sex Education in China: Findings from Suburban Shanghai”, International Family Planning Perspectives (2005): 63-72. Wen, S.H., J.D. Zeng, and M.L. Ng. 1990. Sex and Moral Education. Hong Kong: Joint Publishing. Will, Rachel. "Contraceptive Use In China." US-China Today:. 30 Mar. 2012. Xinhua News Agency, First sex education VCD for youngsters released, May 31, 2002, , accessed July 16, 2003. Yifen, Wang, and Chen Wei. "Progress or Pornography." News China Magazine RSS. News

  • Sex Reflection Paper

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    could have benefited from. Abstinence was also still trying to be pushed during these lessons as the “best method” to prevent pregnancy and disease, however, it was not a logical or reasonable method either. I did not know where I could access contraceptives or other sex related resources. I did not even know what lube was or that it could ease penetration and reduce any pain during sex. We were not told that masturbation was also a healthy alternative to releasing any sexual

  • A Defense Of Abortion Analysis

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    Abortion is one of the most argued premises. There are various diverse opinions about this procedure throughout, whether it is right or not, who gets to decide, if it is fair at all to decide who’s life is more valuable. We encounter arguments based on different scenarios and each has a justification to it. According to Thomson, J.J., “A Defense of Abortion” talks about many such scenarios. This essay aims to identify the relevant arguments that Thomson needs to provide and also evaluates whether

  • Sexual Morality and Social Context

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    thoughts and act as we desire. Goldman limits these actions in the context of sexual morality as long as the act does not harm another. As Just... ... middle of paper ... ...oldman. Who would also say the evaluation of risk is out of tune with contraceptive technology. Others would say obligations are important but should be separated from sexual acts. The views of Goldman and Scruton have varying but, never the less, are important and significant in showing differing views that have changed with

  • Argumentative Essay On Abortion

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    Abortion is an important heath topic that is highly controversial globally. Politicians to health practitioners argue daily the legal and moral validity of the removal of a developing child while it is still in the womb. Although it’s been practiced for hundreds (if not thousands, if you trace it back to the Code of Hammurabi, ca. 1760 BCE) of years around the world, the U.S. legalized abortion in the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision in 1973. That has not stopped the countless arguments across

  • A Persuasive Speech: A Speech On Abortion

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    If you are a person like myself, when you think of an abortion your heart melt. I always heard stories of abortions and the affects it can have on your body. You might think to yourself, why do people do such a thing. I remember how I use to feel so distress about abortions. I couldn’t not understand why people would want to harm an innocent child. At the end of the day we never know what someone is going through. However, I do believe in free will and living for you. Therefore, I would have to agree