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    The Chi Omega Greek Theater and The Theater of Dionysus The Chi Omega Greek Theater was constructed as a gift to the University commemorating Chi Omega's founding in 1895. It is the only United States structure of its kind and it was designed to be almost a replica of the theater of Dionysus at the Acropolis. The theater is used on the campus today for plays, pep rallies, and meetings. It is accessible to students, faculty, members of the community and acts as a constant reminder of the Greek

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    The Chi Omega Spirit - Overcoming Obstacles and Achieving Success For as long as I can remember I have set high goals for myself regarding my future, my friendships, and my education. Entering college with these standards I knew that I wouldn’t settle for less than my best, and I would strive to amaze myself at my success. One thing I never fit into my planned path of achievement was any type of struggle, or obstacle that could alter the way I have thought for so long. The first month of college

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    Omega 3

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    Dietary fat provides a source of essential fatty acids (EFA) such as omega 3 (Case et al. 2011, p. 19). The omega 3 consists of alpha-linolenic acid and the conversion of alpha-linolenic acid to physiological essential long-chain polyunsaturated fatty acids such as eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) is limited (Case et al. 2011, p. 19). As long as adequate levels of linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid are provided dogs do not have a dietary maintenance requirement of EPA

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    The Benefits of Omega 3 Fatty Acids Omega-3 fatty acids are unsaturated fatty acids that are necessary for the body to function. Omega-3s are one of two groups of essential fatty acids, the other group being omega-6. Essential fatty acids are so called because they are key to the proper functioning of our bodies but our bodies are unable to manufacture them. Since the body is unable to synthesize omega-3s we have to obtain these essential nutrients through our diet or by taking supplements. At

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    Omega 3 Fatty Acids And Heart Disease Prevention As heart disease continues to be one of the leading causes of death for Americans each year, scientists and the society as a whole strive to find effective ways of preventing this sometimes stoppable killer. Every thirty-two seconds a person in the United States dies from cardiovascular disease. That is over 900,000 Americans die each year from this killer. Coronary heart disease is one of the diseases grouped with cerebrovascular disease and peripheral

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    More and more research studies are finding that getting enough Omega-3 fatty acids is critical to our health in many ways. Omega-3 fats are essential for the survival of the human body, but our bodies can't manufacture them on their own, so we need to get them from the foods we eat. Good dietary sources of Omega-3 fatty acids are fish and seafood, like salmon, tuna, sardines, halibut, herring, algae and krill, plus some plants and nut oils such as flaxseeds and flaxseed oil, canola oil, soybeans

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    Omega-3 Fatty Acids Help Protect the Liver

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    Omega-3 fatty acids are often associated with many health benefits, including lowering triglyceride (a type of fat) levels in the blood, protection from heart disease, dementia, depression, and many more. In addition, recent research suggests that omega-3 fatty acids may play a role in preventing chronic liver disease. What are Omega-3 Fatty Acids? Omega-3 fatty acids are essential fatty acids that one needs to obtain from the diet to maintain health. There are three types of omega-3 fatty acids

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    possible causal factors, the closer we are to preventing such acts from happening, and providing help and better treatments for those with such disorders early on. Evidence from prior studies of this issue suggest that dietary supplements of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, have the potential to reduce violent tendencies with individuals with psychopathic disorder (Gesch, Hammond, Hampson, & Eves, 2002) (McNamara & Carlson, 2006). Additional studies show strong correlations between individuals with

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    The Omega Sanction

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    They emerged from the ladder into a low lit stone corridor. Jennifer stood shivering despite the exertion of climbing the ladder. Billy scuttled along to the bend in the corridor to their left before coming back to reveal it was clear of any enemy. “How long to the exit from here,” she asked. “I think we have to walk about one klick from here, I just hope they don’t know about it and have it guarded.” “Oh, don’t say that, just when I was enjoying myself.” She smiled thinly before slumping down to

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    The Omega Directive

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    I was on my way into the ‘office’ and I saw the secretary; “Hey Cheryl.” “Hey Martin. Here, isn’t it the big day today?” she asked “Yep, she’s finally coming online.” I replied, with a bit of an excited tone in my voice “Christ! What is it with men always having to call things ‘she’?” Her voice had something of a viscous snap to it. “Hey, don’t blame me dear. I just work here don’t I?” She giggled. I like it when she giggles. It’s got a sweetness to it that, for some reason, most other women lacked

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