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  • Iron Increases Heart Disease

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    are the key components in developing this condition. Foods high in cholesterol and saturated fats are often implicated in hastening or aggravating heart disease. Many disease states such as diabetes mellitus and hypertension have also been shown to increase a persons chances for CAD. Heart disease usually affects persons over age 60, but can be seen in people who are much younger for various reasons. This disease remains the number one cause of hospitalization and death in the adult population in western

  • Investigating How Lactose Increases the Concentration of Glucose

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    Investigating How Lactose Increases the Concentration of Glucose Introduction: Lactose is a very useful sugar although it is very useful but it cannot be used in the food products because many people are intolerant to lactose. It has low solubility in compare of monosaccharide sugar and it tend to produce crystals.however lactose is only 20% sweet and sucrose and if it’s intended to be used in foods then a large amount of it was needed to achieve the sweetness in the food. Lactose is

  • Quitting Smoking Greatly Increases Your Risk of Stress

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    Looking back over my life, I recollect the many times I attempted to combat stress with my home remedy of smoking. I wanted to look deeper, to explore the reasons it all started, and how it all began.... There I was in my Dad's jeep, with my best friend, just after the August combines came and hauled my precious bricks of hay, that had once been the very stones of construction for my fort, my hide-out, my secret place. At six, you have to have those secrets. So, as it were, I moved

  • Website Use Greatly Increases Knowledge of Breast Cancer

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    Website Use Greatly Increases Knowledge of Breast Cancer It is the second leading cause of death in the United States, killing thousands of people each year. Cancer has certainly become a growing epidemic in our society, and breast cancer is one of its most prevalent forms. One in nine women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime, making it the most common form of cancer in women, and for many of them, this will mark the end of their life. This plague clearly needs to be taken under

  • Crime decreases; student population increases in Mission Hill over the past decade

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    Crime decreases; student population increases in Mission Hill over the past decade "When I first started here, the area was so bad, that we had patrolling guard dogs. Now, the crime has gone down so much, and the neighborhood has become a better place," said Dave Welch, a 30-year resident of Mission Hill, member of the Mission Hill Crime Committee, and head of security for the New England Baptist Hospital, located on top of the neighborhood known as Mission Hill. Mission Hill is located in

  • The Effect of Aerobic Exercise on the Cardiorespiratory System

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    result of aerobic exercise the S.V. shows an overall increase. S.V. at rest is substantially higher after an endurance training programme than it is before training. [IMAGE] The graph above shows the changes in stroke volume of a subject before and after a six-month endurance-training programme. After training the left ventricle fills more completely during diastole than it does in an untrained heart, this happens because of an increase in the blood plasma volume, which in turn means more

  • The impact of economies and diseconomies of scale Tesco face

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    and diseconomies of scale Tesco face As businesses grow and their output increases, they commonly benefit from a reduction in average costs of production. Total costs will increase with increases in output, but the cost of producing each unit falls as output increases. This reduction in average costs is what gives larger firms a competitive advantage over smaller firms. This fall in average costs as output increases is known as Economies of Scale. Tesco benefit from economies of scale because

  • Report on Ionization Energies

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    * 1.Within each period (row) the ionization energy typically increases with atomic number * 2.Within each group (column) the ionization energy typically decreases with increasing atomic number HYPOTHESIS: * Investigation 1: As the effective charge increases, or as the distance of the electron from the nucleus decreases, the greater the attraction between the nucleus and the electron. The effective charge increases across a period, in addition, the atomic radius decreases * Investigation

  • Psychological Properties Of Ya

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    yawning; for example, one study showed that yawning in rats increased with the presence of a penile erection. To show that arousal increases with the onset of a yawn, the authors of this study designed a correlational experiment to measure changes in physical indicators of arousal before, during, and after yawning. They predicted that signs of arousal would increase when the yawn started. A mixed-gender group of 30 college students participated in three 15-minute laboratory trials which measured

  • oppertunity costs

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    of one good to another involves increasing sacrifices of the first good in order to generate an equal increase of the second good. This is known as the “law of increasing opportunity costs.” The economic rational for the law of increasing opportunity costs is that economic resources are not completely adaptable to alternative uses. The opportunity cost of producing a product tends to increase as more of it is produced because resources less suitable to its production must be employed.     Prices