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  • Skin Lightening Creams Case Study

    Long-term use of a whitening cream with topical steroids can lead to: • Hypertension • Elevated blood sugar • Suppression of the body’s natural steroids • Eczema, bacterial and fungal infections • Pigmentation disorders • Stretch marks • Infertility • Osteoporosis • Cataracts • Acne • Slower wound healing • Muscle weakness • Cushing’s disease (malfunction of the adrenal glands leading to an overproduction of cortisol) increased appetite and weight gain • Deposits of fat around the…

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  • How Did Cleopatra Come To Power

    got much support from the outside world and even got donations from other countries. “Cleopatra's position within this system was boosted in 34 BC by an event known as the Donations of Alexandria, in which Cleopatra's children by Antony were given Armenia and overlordship of the territories to the south-east, overlordship of Asia Minor, and control of Cyrenaica” (Walker). Cleopatra, through intelligence and her ambition, was able to achieve much territory through her tactics and connections with…

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  • My First Love Story As A Tragic Love Story

    My first love story is different from everyone else's love story. It is a tragic love story, so tragic that it turns the most ungrateful people into grateful ones for having the chance to live a happy first love relationship no matter how long it lasted or how bad and cruel it ended. February 28, 2014 I went to dinner with my friends and they asked the 8th grade girls out to grab something to eat. At this dinner I met probably the weirdest girl I've ever met before. She was just crazy, talking…

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  • Gorbachev's Political Reforms

    Gorbachev came to power as the head of the Soviet Union in the mid-1980s, and during his time in office he introduced a series of reforms which were seen to contribute to the communist bloc’s disillusion. His primary reforms were economic and political, but the policies associated with Gorbachev were glasnost (publicity, openness), perestroika (restructuring), uskorenie (acceleration) and demokratizatsaiia (democratisation). The reforms were so destabilising as the economic reforms were…

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  • Rise Of Buddhism Essay

    Buddhism: (1 - 1750) Buddhism originated in N. India, and is traced back to Siddhartha Guatama’s search for an antidote to end suffering in the 5th century BCE. Early Buddhism was spread slowly along the trade routes by Buddhist merchants and monks. In the 3rd century CE, Ashoka, a ruler of the Mauryan Empire, converted to Buddhism. He did not forcefully convert his people, but he sent missionaries to East Asia and left edicts throughout the empire. Buddhism eventually made it’s way into places…

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  • Argumentative Essay: Should Humans Eat Meat?

    Growing up in Armenia my grandpa had a farm filled with chickens. He would feed them on a regular basis and take care of them every day. When the chickens would lay eggs my grandpa would cook it for my family to eat it. I would always ask my grandpa how do chickens make eggs, but he would never explain it to me. As I got older I realized that people have different assumptions about eating meat or not. Some say that they need meat in order to survive and others say that eating meat is wrong.…

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  • How To Visit To The Holocaust Museum

    not hate, it 's indifference.” Seeing all the atrocities of the Holocaust, I couldn’t help but think how the entire world could allow this to happen to a group of people, but then I remembered the countless other genocides that have occurred from Armenia, Rwanda, Cambodia, and Bosnia. Going to this museum made me question humans. Why do humans treat one of their own like the Nazi’s treated the Jewish? Why do we seek to preserve events that provokes…

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  • Erikson's Theory Analysis

    Erik Erikson came up with eight stages that he thought influenced the development of man. The first four stages correlated with Freud’s psychosexual stages and the last four stages, Erikson elaborated on the genital stage of Freud’s theory. Erikson said that his developmental stages were more hierarchal and they tended to be cumulative, rather than clear cut stages one gets passed (Erikson, 1969). He also believed that virtues that arose from the different stages needed to constantly be…

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  • Young Turks Genocide

    Armenians and the Turks cohabitated in the same area, the Ottoman Empire. Eventually, the Turks wanted to drive the Armenians out of their land, and the controversy got very violent. The United States government should recognize the events of 1915 in Armenia as a genocide. A genocide is defined as the “deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.” This kind of killing was systematic and had been planned thoroughly. Although the…

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  • Western Church Schism Analysis

    Eastern part of Europe? The Eastern Catholic Church refers to the Eastern Christian culture, traditions and the churches which developed on the Eastern side of the Great Schism of 1054. Romania, Greece, Serbia,Russia, Bulgaria, Georgia, the Balkans, Armenia, the Middle East, Asia Minor, Northeastern Africa…

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