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    Easing Our Children’s Fears Children today are faced with a more hostile world than the one in which their parents grew up. Because of this, today’s children are also experiencing greater fears and worries. The fears of abuse, violence, drugs, AIDS, and divorce are problems most adults didn’t even consider while growing, yet they are commonplace among kids today. Of those fears, the fear of AIDS is one of the few which can be reduced by efforts of parents and teachers. The most

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    Quantitative easing

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    According to an official publication (Bank of England, 2012), in the United Kingdom, “Quantitative easing began to be conducted in March 2009 following the intensification of the financial crisis after the collapse of Lehman Brothers and the associated sharp contraction in output”. The Monetary Policy Committee, which is a committee of nine experts that meets every month at the central bank of England to discuss the economy and decide how to set monetary policy, had decreased interest rates sharply

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    self-hypnosis

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    different under hypnosis than the way they feel in their everyday state. Hypnosis is a very powerful tool that can be used for a large variety of topics. These topics range from increasing confidence and managing stress to quitting smoking and actually easing childbirth! The topic that caught my attention involved using self-hypnosis to improve an individual’s ability at sport. The key to this, and most other topics, is to trust yourself and learn to find a deep state of relaxation that you can return

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    Heroin Legislation

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    clean needles should be given consideration. Lightening of the law would bring drug use out of the shadows it has long inhabited, removing the violence, criminality and risk which go hand in hand with the current drug trade. It is argued that any easing of drug laws would reduce the cost, and increase the availability of street heroin, but if pure, safer heroin is prescribed under clinical conditions, will this not reduce the desire for heroin on the street? Casting light into the alleyways will

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    changes in different fields, and they were introduced to new revolutionary inventions. England stood on a more solid ground, and become economically very powerful (Rackin 4). The Industrial Revolution mechanized all manual jobs known at the time, easing and accelerating economic production. To add to its power, England established railways for the first time in human history. Distances between cities became shorter, and trade expanded. However, such rapid progress seemed a puzzling matter for the

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    Neurobiology of Human Sexuality

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    it's a subject that has been socially steeped in silence and shame, and is directly connected to female health in general. Not many people are willing to admit, that orgasms actually benefit a woman physically and psychologically in many ways (i.e. easing menstrual cramps to alleviate stress). One mystery about the female orgasm is why some women "fake" orgasms during sexual activity. One thing that is for sure, is that even though the male orgasm is reached quicker, the female orgasm is capable of

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    the first paragraph of the story, the narrator begins to defend himself by saying that he is not mad.  This definitely seems like he is trying to reassure himself more than the reader of his state of mind.  This seems to be Poe's way of gradually easing into showing the reader that this story is, in fact, an exploration into the abnormal psychology of the human mind. The narrator says that from his childhood, he has been considered a very  docile person.  He also mentions in the first part of the

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    Freedom of Speech Must be Granted for All Americans An educated family man dedicated to saving lives and easing the suffering of others was shot down and killed in the early morning light outside of his office simply because of his beliefs and the job he performs (ABC News). There was rioting and death in a distant country resulting from the remarks of a religious speaker (ABC News). A businessman on a plane trip was taken from his seat without explanation and interrogated for hours based solely

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    the phrase that most people quote when greeting college graduates, aside from “you have been preapproved for a credit card,” and it is quickly becoming redundant and, quite frankly, annoying. No doubt, it often is said with love and affection, easing off of the lips disgruntled office workers, perhaps wishing they could escape back to those “safe” college years when Ma and Pa were sending checks in the mail and their only worries were how they were going to get the keg into their buddies’ dormitory

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    ill intentions can cause some of the world’s greatest figures to slowly fall into a slippery slope of evil, which finally climaxes with their eventual ruin. Whether the spark that started the fire came from within the leader, or some outside force easing its way into the characters mind through manipulation, the result is never a happy ending. Nothing can be closer to the truth for Macbeth in William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Macbeth. Through Macbeth’s own ambition and lust for power his wife,

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