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    Breastfeeding is a natural way for mothers to feed their babies after pregnancy and childbirth, however it brings about a bit of controversy upon the topic. New parents will often question whether they should feed their baby formula or if they should breastfeed their baby. In order to figure out which one of these methods is superior to the other, different researchers put together multiple articles documenting their findings on this topic. This research paper is going to help the reader…

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    Vaccination Debate

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    The debate about vaccinations is a very emotionally charged one. Often times parents, specifically younger parents believe that diseases have been “killed off” because there has not recently been a case. Older generations are more likely to vaccinate because they have had close experiences with the diseases and the impact on a healthy child (PBS, 2010). After watching the documentary shared with the class. I found it necessary to look into the laws of Minnesota regarding vaccinations. The first…

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    Does seeing a woman publicly breastfeed her baby bother you? Breastfeeding is a way to provide healthy nourishment to a mother’s child. The milk from a mother’s breast gives her baby antibodies that help the baby not get ill, helps prevent ear infections, and helps the baby grow and develop. Not only does it help the baby it also helps the mother. By breastfeeding the mother is saving money by not buying formula and it helps the mother return to her weight before pregnancy. So why does…

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    Can also be diagnosed by a test of fluorescent antibodies, which test for antibodies made against Yersinia petis, and then is tagged with a fluorescent marker. Also, the clinical signs can be used to determine the disease but a test should be run to confirm as well. The treatment for the plague should be gentamicin…

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    Epstein-Barr Virus

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    EBV belongs to human gamma-herpesviruses which are able to establish latency in lymphocyte. About more than 95% of adults are carriers of the virus. A common disease caused by EBV is mononucleosis. Besides, EBV can transform and cause cancer. Every year, there are 200,000 new cases of cancer and more than 140,000 deaths worldwide. Two major targets of The virus are B-lymphocytes and epithelial cells. Epstein-Barr virus has two stages in its life cycle; latency and lytic replications. Latent…

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    Spread Of Viruses Essay

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    Scientific concept Spread of viruses To understand how vaccines are helpful in protecting us from the harmful effects of vaccines, we must first learn what viruses do to the human body. Viruses cannot survive alone, they need a host body to carry out basic functions. After entering a body they hook onto a host cell and insert their genetic material into it, gaining control over the cell. They then proceed to replicate rapidly before violently spilling from the cell and spreading to…

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    As her 12-year-old son began to show the telltale signs of chickenpox, Bev Connelly had figured that a few days of rest would be just what Josh needed to recover. As a healthy, active young boy in middle school, Josh seemed capable of combating the infection that almost everyone experiences during childhood. It wasn’t until the night of April 13, 1996, when Josh’s symptoms became more severe, that Bev realized that this commonly contracted virus could change her life forever. Josh’s fever became…

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    Truvada

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    Pill protects against HIV in real-world settings Summarize: Reuter writes in the Fox news on November 2015 " A once a day pill for preventing HIV infection that works effectively in clinical trials in the real world." Pre exposure prophylaxis, PrEP is preventing HIV medicine that uses for people who do not have HIV. The pill, the brand name is Truvada contains two medicines (tenofovir and emtricitabine). PrEP is more effective combining with condoms and other protecting methods to provide than…

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    A current issue in the United States is that women are not allowed to openly breastfeed in public due to public humiliation and law enforcement. Women are getting arrested for doing something very natural, simply feeding their child. People who are against this action think it 's public nudity, and disturbing. It’s not until recently that is “issue” has been brought to the public’s eye. Even though breastfeeding has been around since mankind. Breastfeeding is completely natural and should be…

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    Dairy Cows Essay

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    Dairy cows are an important aspect in almost everyone’s daily life, whether you are a farmer benefiting from their production to live or you are a dairy product consumer. In this essay, we will see some important aspects concerning dairy cow reproduction; before, during and after gestation. Whether by natural means or artificial insemination, it is primordial for the farmer to know when and how long the cow has been in estrus to plan the pregnancies and calving’s. There are many different…

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