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1520 days

 Date: 09/19/15 15:26   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Birth Control Birth control is used to prevent unwanted pregnancy. Birth control has been a concern for humans for thousands of years. We have come a long way from early forms of contraceptives, although some of the same concepts are still used. However, it is important to note that diffe...

 

1521 days

 Date: 09/18/15 02:05   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Fibromyalgia Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition characterized by fatigue and widespread pain in your muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Previously, the condition was known by other names such as fibrositis, chronic muscle pain syndrome, psychogenic rheumatism, and tension myalgia’s. An ...

 

The Effects Of Aerobic And Anaerobic Exercise On A Human’s Pulse, Respiration, Body Temperature, And Blood Pressure The Effects of Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise on a Human’s Pulse, Respiration, Body Temperature, and Blood Pressure Abstract: Our group hypothesized that ae...

 

1531 days

 Date: 09/08/15 14:15   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Alcohol And Its Effects On The Body Consuming alcohol has both a negative and a positive effect on the body. Most people when they think of drinking alcohol, only think of the bad things it does to one's body. But alcohol isn't always bad for a person. It does have some positive effec...

 

1532 days

 Date: 09/07/15 23:03   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Heart Disease For decades, heart disease has been among one of the greatest contributors in mortality rate for Americans. There are two major ways to prevent cardiovascular problems: a primary prevention and a secondary prevention plan. The primary prevention is designed to help patient...

 

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Lou Gehrig’s Disease Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Lou Gehrig’s disease Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) – a devastating neuromuscular disease that strikes adults in the prime of life – has puzzled physicians since it was first described in me...

 

1537 days

 Date: 09/02/15 11:57   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Death Valley Summary Death Valley annual average of rainfall is about 1.9 inches. In general, heavy rains in late October with no more rain through the winter months, as well as rains that are evenly-spaced throughout the winter and into the spring. The Mojave Desert is rich with cacti ...

 

1547 days

 Date: 08/23/15 00:11   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Dysphagia Dysphagia is a difficulty that usually affects a patient cared for by a family physician, a patient in the hospital, and a nursing home patient. Cerebrovascular accidents, gastroesophangeal reflux disease, and medication side affects can lead to Dysphagia. Dysphagia is classifie...

 

1552 days

 Date: 08/18/15 05:39   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Breathing At Night Title: Breathing At Night Topic: Sleep Apnea Disorder Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about the serious problems of sleep apnea and how you can recognize it as well as treat it. Thesis Statement: Sleep Apnea, of all sleeping disorders, is the most likely to caus...

 

1553 days

 Date: 08/17/15 06:41   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

West Nile “It’s 1937, how long have I been out for?” Said the old man. Well sir only about one hour, we were traveling along our journey in the Middle East when you thought a bee stung you. Minutes later sir you hit the ground an when I opened the palm of your hand; there was a smashed ...

 

1554 days

 Date: 08/16/15 05:56   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Concussions In my report I will be talking about concussions. Concussion, by definition, is a clinical syndrome characterized by immediate and transient posttraumatic impairment of neural functions. Some examples include alterations of consciousness, disturbance of vision, and loss of equ...

 

1556 days

 Date: 08/14/15 20:01   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Blood William Shakespeare uses many techniques to liven the intensity, and the excitement in his plays. In the play of MacBeth, Shakespeare uses blood imagery to add a sense of fear, guilt, shame, insanity, and anger to the atmosphere. The use of blood imagery allows the audience to visio...

 

1556 days

 Date: 08/14/15 11:51   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Cell Essay Cells, the building blocks of the human body, contain genetic information (DNA) that is passed on from parent cell to daughter cell through the cell reproduction process called cell division. When a cell divides the genetic information contained in DNA copies itself and transmi...

 

1562 days

 Date: 08/08/15 20:37   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Dyslexic Students For a dyslexic student, school or academic activities present the biggest challenge. David Raymond went through a lot of hard times throughout his childhood because of dyslexia. He eventually suffered from low self-esteem. Before David knew that he was dyslexic; he felt ...

 

1565 days

 Date: 08/05/15 18:48   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Brain Damage Brain damage can have many causes and effects, both physical and emotional. Depending upon the location and severity of the damage, it can range from slight, but noticeable changes in one’s personality to death. In the United States, the leading cause of brain injury is by ...

 

1570 days

 Date: 07/31/15 21:08   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Asthma Definition/Symptoms: Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the airways in which many cells (mast cells, eosinophils, and T lymphocytes) may play a role. In susceptible children, inflammation causes recurrent episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, chest tightness, and cough, ...

 

1570 days

 Date: 07/31/15 11:52   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

No Drugs When being a parent, you want the best for your children. You do not want to put them in harm's way. Lately, there have been a lot of parents of children with ADD/ADHD who believe that the solution for their child's behavior is giving them medication. Sometimes it is not even the...

 

1574 days

 Date: 07/27/15 10:29   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Bone Loss Conditions, Prevention, Treatment Bone loss conditions, prevention and treatment This essay will address several types of bone loss diseases and the pros and cons of treatment or prevention techniques. I will first explore what the characteristics of healthy bone are and what ...

 

1576 days

 Date: 07/25/15 13:38   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Genetics Genetic counselors are health professionals with specialized graduate degrees and experience in the areas of medical genetics and counseling. Most enter the field from a variety of disciplines, including biology, genetics, nursing, psychology, public health and social work. Gen...

 

1577 days

 Date: 07/24/15 03:31   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Body Systems There are 10 body systems, one of them is the Integumentary (skin). It is composed of hair, skin, nails, sence receptions and oil glands. Its functionis to protect from outside, to regulate the body temperature, to make synthesis of hormones & chemicals and is used as a se...

 

1578 days

 Date: 07/23/15 08:23   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

The Human Nervous System The human nervous system is broken down into two major divisions, the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. The central nervous system consists of the brain and spinal cord. The brain serves as regulatory center through which the activiti...

 

The Effects Of Aerobic And Anaerobic Exercise On A Human’s Pulse, Respiration, Body Temperature, And Blood Pressure The Effects of Aerobic and Anaerobic Exercise on a Human’s Pulse, Respiration, Body Temperature, and Blood Pressure Abstract: Our group hypothesized that ae...

 

Atherosclerosis, Coronary Artery Disease and Endothelium One of the foremost leaders of mortality in the US is coronary artery disease (CAD). This disease strikes many older men and women, as a result from the infamous factors of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, and diabetes mellit...

 

1592 days

 Date: 07/09/15 16:57   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

SCI A spinal cord injury (SCI) is very serious because it can mean the loss of sensation and function in the parts of the body below the site of the injury. SCI’s are caused in many different ways. Some of the most common ways a person may obtain a SCI are- motor vehicle accidents, bullet...

 

1599 days

 Date: 07/02/15 23:21   in : Anatomy_&_Physiology 

Asthma MOrbidity In NZ This essay outlines the social and cultural factors that may have influenced the increasing rate of asthma morbidity within New Zealand. The issues that will be discussed at length include the latest facts and statistics of asthmatics provided by the New Zealand Ast...