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  • Zero Tolerance Policies In Schools

    In recent years government leaders have begun to address the expanded use of zero tolerance policies in schools. In 2012, the State of Michigan Department of Education (MDOE) published a resolution to address school discipline and issues impacting student outcomes. This resolution reinforced what research has already shown in regards to the negative impacts on students who are suspended or expelled and strongly urges schools in Michigan to “adopt discipline policies without mandated suspensions…

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  • Zero Tolerance Policy

    observed not only in humans, but also in our species relatives such as monkeys and gorillas. It is in human nature to wield power over those deemed far weaker, and bullying has remained an indelible problem even in this modern era of information and tolerance. Bullying is especially pronounced in the classroom, where to many children all around the world, the complex environment that is the classroom seems so cruel and hostile. Bullies remain docile in plain sight, lashing out when the teacher’s…

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  • Case Study: A Matter Of Honor

    school and community. Being a former athlete himself, he was excited about the implications of Sheila’s honorary scholarship. If the student lost her esteemed appointment, the ramifications for all members involved can be severe. Enforcing a zero tolerance policy means there are no exceptions when implementing the stated disciplinary action. In this regard, Sheila may be held responsible and face specific consequences irrespective of her claim to have innocent intentions. Furthermore, it is the…

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  • Zero Tolerance In Public Schools

    Zero tolerance policies was enforced because of violence inside of schools and to treat every student fairly. However, since these policies were sanctioned it was everything but equal to the students. Students of color were far more targeted than white students when it came to disruptances or problems or even had a heavier consequence. In the article of “Tracing the School-to-Prison Pipeline from Zero-Tolerance Policies to Juvenile Justice Dispositions” Aaron Curtis explains, “A zero-tolerance…

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  • Case Study Of Gestational Diabetes

    status. Her physician had explained the possible risk of going into a pregnancy overweight and the possibility of having gestational diabetes. When she was screened at 24 weeks of conception for gestational diabetes the results of her oral glucose tolerance test was as follow: Fasting: ≥ 103mg/dL 1hour: ≥ 204mg/dL 2hour: ≥ 172mg/dL Damaris was told the gestational diabetes can be controlled with diet and exercise and was referred to a dietician in the hospital for a consult. She was advised…

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  • What Happens When You Eat Sugar Essay

    What happens when you eat sugar? Eating carbs causes the pancreas to release the hormone insulin to reduce the blood sugar spike. Insulin regulates the level of sugar in the blood - the more sugar in the bloodstream, the more insulin is released. Insulin then goes on to ‘store’ glucose in the liver and muscles in the form of glycogen. If too much insulin is released, your blood sugar will to drop too low causing low-blood sugar. This causes you to crave sugar and the vicious cycle continues.…

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  • Insulin Pump Essay

    For many years, humans suffered from a variety of diseases such as HIV and different types of Cancer. But unfortunately, only for some a cure has been discovered. Diabetes, where a human body cannot produce insulin, is one of the examples of dangerous diseases, if not treated carefully. A pure cure for Diabetes has not been discovered yet, but there is a diverse variety of medication available such as the insulin pump. The insulin pump is a combination of an engineering and a medical product and…

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  • Carbohydrates Case Study

    Discussion Group 1 who ingested 300ml water and 50g of glucose refer to figure 2 showed an increase in blood sugar levels that stayed above baseline for 80minutes. The results didn’t show what was expected as since it was a foodstuff that only contained carbohydrate. It also had a high GI and therefore was expected to raise blood glucose levels more quickly than those that also contain fats and protein. Also liquids that contain carbohydrates will cause blood glucose levels to rise faster than…

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  • Glomerulonephritis Case Study

    Glomerulonephritis is the inflammation of the tiny small blood vessels within the kidneys that acts as filter called glomeruli. The disease damages the kidneys' ability to remove waste and excess fluids from the body. Glomerulonephritis can be acute - sudden attack of inflammation, or chronic- long-term and coming on gradually. In the past, chronic glomerulonephritis was the common cause of chronic renal failure but as of today, diabetes mellitus and hypertension are the main causes of ESRD,…

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  • Cyclocross: The Role Of Glycose In The Body

    As discussed in goal two, Cyclocross utilizes all of the body’s energy systems including the ATP-PC, glycolytic, and oxidative systems. A majority of the power output in Cyclocross is generated from glycolysis. This includes both anaerobic and aerobic glycolysis where glucose is converted to ATP for the body’s energy needs. Figure three shows how efforts ranging from thirty to ninety percent of a riders max power will utilize the glycolytic energy system. The glycolytic system is dependent…

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