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    The Long Term Effects of Marijuana Marijuana is a drug that divides people. Some people claim it as the wonder drug of the '90s, capable of relieving the symptoms of many serious illnesses. Others curse the day the cannabis plant was ever discovered. From pain relief to stimulating the appetites of patients on chemotherapy, marijuana seems to have plenty going for it as a medicine. The legalization of marijuana is a large controversy in many parts of the world today, but the obvious negative effects

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    Marijuana is taken very lightly and is the most highly used illegal drug. In fact, 1 out of 7 high school students smoke marijuana more than once a day. For this reason, society should know its short and long term effects on the brain. Marijuana can effect these two areas emotionally or physically. Also in some cases physical damages causes the emotional response. Although most public information on drugs are funded by anti-drug organizations, hopefully we will still learn these true facts of

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    Short term and long term effects A study done by Hetherington and Kelly (2002) showed that 25% of people whose parents divorced had serious long term effects on them, these included: social, emotional and psychological issues. The other 75% whose parents divorced did not suffer any long-term issues into adult hood (Lansford, 2009). However divorce can be related to behaviour problems even at a very young age, but it is usually a small amount of children or adults that suffer with long term effects

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    of short term and long term effects of brain injuries and they can be life threatening if repeated numerous times. Concussions can be dangerous for anyone who encounters it, but it has been shown that girl athletes are more prone to getting one than boy athlete is. If an athlete ever received a concussion, it would be ideal if they were required to sit out for a period of time so that they can recover. Concussions can be dangerous if not treated properly, which can lead to short term and long term

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    confusion. Divorce, like any other loss can cause children to go through the stages of grief, which are denial, bargaining, anger, sadness, fear, blame, and acceptance. Though, once the short-term effects are over, many will realize that the divorce was really better in the long run. Divorce can come

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    We have all heard of the term “sports injury”. Usually an accident that occurs when engaged in a sport, the ideal can apply from something as frustrating as a rolled ankle to the more debilitating shock of a broken arm. Yet the fact remains that these physical ailments will heal, and properly, if they are treated properly. But what about concussions? What are the long term effects? In her brief editorial in TIME magazine, Alexandra Sifferlin explores the effects of concussions and specifically how

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    Majority of divorce cases overlooked effects of divorced on children and because short term effect is overlook it can lead to long term effect through their lifetime and can change their views on marriage issues. Because children feeds from parent’s emotions it is safe to say that, if a parent is feeling negative emotions then that child will also feeds from it, although, this is not always the case. In the mindset of children if divorce takes place their word tumbles down and they sometimes put

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    Female Genital Mutilation, or Female Circumcision as sometimes called, is the partial or complete removal of the female clitoris immediately after birth, few years after birth (early childhood), or several years after birth (adolescence). Originally, female genital mutilation was practiced to ensure female virginity until marriage; as it was discovered that by the partial or complete removal of the clitoris, a female's sexual urge is minimized and, therefore, a girl could have more control

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    article, Diverging Pathways: Rethinking the Transition to Adulthood, was written to research the different pathways that a person can take when they transition to adulthood. The article looked at how poverty can affect those pathways and cause long-term consequences for that individual. The purpose of this paper was to show that focusing on contrasting experiences fails to show the variations in the transition experience (Schoon, 2013). This failure is big for the groups who fall between the lines

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    been established as the preventive treatment of choice, few studies have been conducted to assess the risks of inhaled steroid therapy. Inhaled corticosteroids are absorbed into the systemic circulation, but the extent to which they have adverse effects on bone density and growth is uncertain. The question is important since according to AAOP, “10% of the American population take an inhaled corticosteroid regularly and may do so for many years” (2005). In the present paper the role that inhaled corticosteriod

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