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    1. Introduction Obesity is a label given to individuals who have a body mass index (BMI) of above 30. Any individual male or female is considered to be morbidly obese if the BMI was above 40 (NHS, 2012). Being obese for a period of time can increase the risk of obesity related diseases including diabetes, heart disease and certain types of cancers (colon cancer, bowel or breast cancer) and even a greater risk of strokes (NHS, 2012). The World Health Organisation (Who) (2013) states that obesity

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    The Relevancy of Ethnomusicology to the Study of British Folk Music Ethnomusicology has an image problem. Insofar as anyone has heard of ethnomusicologists at all, there is a fairly common feeling (and not unjustified, bearing in mind what ethnomusicologists collectively seem to do) that ethnomusicology is, exclusively, the study of non-Western musics. Actually, this isn't so. Ethnomusicologists study Western traditions also, albeit not in huge numbers in Britain – but even here, our sparseness

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    Orthodox medicine and Complementary and Alternative medicine (CAM) are used widely across the globe today. Acupuncture is a complementary medical practice which is used to improve many health conditions and its origins, method and uses in health care are explored and outlined. Although orthodox medicine is the dominant model in the United Kingdom (UK) the popularity of CAM is increasing as more and more people begin to choose CAM instead of, or along with orthodox medicine. There are many reasons

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    Traditional Healing Vs Western Medicine

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    Cultures around the world offer different perspectives on the relationships between spirituality, healing and illness from that of mainstream Western culture (Mark & Lyons, 2010, p.1756).The coexistence of both traditional and biomedical healing systems is commonplace throughout the world and finding a place where only one method is relied upon exclusively is particularly difficult (McGrath, 1999, p.484) Medical pluralism within societies, as Stoner (1986) notes, “is the rule not the exception the

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    transfer (Council on Ethical and Judicial Affairs 1). In the state of Michigan, Governor Engler signed a law last year making human cloning illegal with harsh penalties if it is attempted ("Governor Engler..."). In the United Kingdom, the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) and the Human Genetics Advisory Commission (HGEC) have approved human cloning for therapeutic purposes, but not to clone children ("HFEA supports Human Cloning in U.K."). Many organizations have come out and stated

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    This essay will discuss the representation of the body in Blade Runner because in discussing the effects of something yet to happen which is the dystopia presented by Blade Runner, in the present tense i.e. in assuming that it has already happened, we gain a greater insight and understanding of the consequences of our actions as a society now. Dystopic films and novels such as Blade Runner, Nineteen Eighty Four and Brave New World are invaluable as texts which have tied together philosophical, political

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    Was Tennessee Williams a psychoanalyst too? A crítica psicanalítica, em outras palavras, pode ir além da caça aos símbolos fálicos; ela nos pode dizer alguma coisa sobre a maneira pela qual os textos literários se formam, e revelar alguma coisa sobre o significado dessa formação. EAGLETON (1994: 192) It is very debatable nowadays how much psychology can influence an author or how much the author's psychological features can influence his work. The creation of a character demands different

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    Stem Cells in The Treatment of Infertility

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    Stem cells in the treatment of infertility Premature ovarian failure (POF) occurs in women under the age of 40 y with primary or secondary hypergonadotropic amenorrhea and accompanied by estrogen deficiency in 75% of cases. None of the women with primary amenorrhea have been reported to ovulate or conceive with their own oocytes, but more than a third of the women were pregnant atleast once before developing hypergonadotropic POF. It is speculated that lack of follicular renewal may be caused by

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    Human Rights Law In Uk

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    This essay will discuss the impact Human Rights Law has upon the aspects of domestic family law in the United Kingdom in relation to abortion. It will analyse and provide insight into how Human Rights Law has impacted, if at all, on the law of abortion, as a medical intervention, within the United Kingdom. This essay aims to use case law and legislation as a main source but other sources will be utilised to construct a logical argument on this topic. The essay will focus primarily on abortion law

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    Genetics: Past, Present and Future

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    Throughout the ages, patterns of inheritance have always been studied. People have always been curious about what causes the appearance of certain traits in individuals. However, by the time the 21st century commenced, science found that the answers to these questions can be found in each cell of the body. Genes. But what are genes truly? Who were the scientists who contributed towards their discovery? What are the recent advancements in the field of genetics, and what does the future hold for this

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